EPA Releases Blinding Glimpse Of The Obvious

An Environmental Protection Agency report provides details about how the federal government dams in the Snake and Columbia river system raise summer water temperatures, hurting endangered salmon runs.

The report made public Tuesday said dams on both rivers play a role in raising water temperatures above 68 degrees, which is the point at which the water becomes harmful to salmon and steelhead.

LINK (via: Capital Press)

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