Friday, June 24, 2022

Warm-water habitat ‘pays the bills,’ allowing cold-water fish to fuel up


New Oregon State University research shows that warm-water habitats can be critically important for the survival of cold-water fish such as trout and salmon.

In the midst of climate change, this research has important implications for habitat protection and restoration efforts, which traditionally prioritize cold bodies of water instead of those that heat up during summer months, the researchers said.

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