Stream Flows Increased In Klamath River By 75 Percent To Fight Parasite Threatening Coho, Chinook

Klamath River adult coho and chinook salmon beleaguered by a parasite that proliferates in the main stem of the river in southern Oregon and northern California when the water temperature is high and the stream levels are low will see flows rise by 75 percent through Tuesday in order to increase flows and help cool the river.

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