Study Looks At Impacts Of Warmer Stream Temperatures/Pesticide Combination On Subyearling Chinook

Higher stream temperatures increase the sensitivity of subyearling chinook salmon in the Columbia River Basin to pesticides and the combined exposure to temperature and pesticides, such as malathion, may also make the fish more susceptible to disease.

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