Study: dams led to salmon die-off on Snake River

A study released earlier this month shows how dams were responsible for lethally hot water that killed sockeye salmon on the lower Snake River in 2015.

If the lower four Snake River dams did not exist, the Lower Snake River would have been cool enough for salmon migration during the summer of 2015, according to research by Columbia Riverkeeper.

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