Study Details How Contaminated Highway Runoff Deadly To Coho, Loss Rates 60 To 90 Percent

In some Puget Sound streams up to 100 percent of coho salmon die before they spawn and a new study has identified the cause – contaminants from cars and trucks on high-use roads – a nonpoint source of pollution that flow as stormwater from impervious surfaces into streams.

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