Study Looks At Benefits Of Adding Artificial Nutrients To Salmon Streams With Low Spawner Returns

Adding artificial nutrients — a stand-in for salmon carcasses — in several of Idaho’s upper Salmon River nutrient-poor streams, does not improve the presence of bacteria and algae that make up the “biofilm crop” on a stream’s rocks. It may, however, increase the number of water born insects in the stream.

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