Noticias del proyecto Fish Species of California

11 de diciembre de 2019

What's Behind the Decline of the West Coast's Herring?

Scientists believe global warming may explain why populations have collapsed. That suggests looming troubles for marine species that rely on the tiny fish.

https://www.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/whats-behind-the-decline-of-the-west-coasts-herring/Content?oid=28151512&media=AMP+HTML

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01 de diciembre de 2019

‘Lightning Trout’ electrify four East Bay lakes.

Trout that look like no other, colored a vivid California gold and called “Lightning Trout,” have been planted in four lakes in the East Bay hills and brought fishing to life in the Bay Area.

https://www.sfchronicle.com/sports/amp/Lightning-Trout-electrify-four-East-Bay-14873871.php

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29 de noviembre de 2019

Salmon return to Lagunitas Creek with holiday storms.

Despite the late rains, salmon have been making their way up Lagunitas Creek in their yearly return to their spawning grounds.

https://www.marinij.com/2019/11/28/salmon-return-to-lagunitas-creek-with-holiday-storms/amp/

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22 de noviembre de 2019

Fish in California estuaries are evolving as climate change alters their habitat.

Comparison of current stickleback populations with fish collected in the 1970s shows the populations are evolving as California's climate becomes hotter and drier.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/11/191121095002.htm

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08 de noviembre de 2019

California fisherman hooks 'monstrous' 313-pound bluefin tuna with help of shark.

Mark Lawler, 49, was on a two-day fishing excursion off the coast of Newport Beach when he managed to reel in one of the biggest bluefin tuna ever caught in the state — thanks in part to a shark.

https://www.foxnews.com/great-outdoors/california-fisherman-313-pound-bluefin-tuna-shark.amp

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06 de noviembre de 2019

Trump Administration Plan Allows Delta Water Managers to Kill Off Winter-Run Chinook Salmon.

Eight-hundred pages into the text of a lengthy new report, federal biologists have quietly granted government water managers permission to nearly exterminate an endangered run of Sacramento River salmon so they can send more water south from the river's delta to farmers in the arid San Joaquin Valley.

https://m.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/trump-administration-plan-allows-delta-water-managers-to-kill-off-winter-run-chinook-salmon/Content?oid=27893195

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04 de noviembre de 2019

Juvenile salmon restoration project aims to help create healthy Sacramento River ecosystem.

RED BLUFF, Calif. — In the Northstate, there are four runs of salmon in the upper Sacramento River system.

https://krcrtv.com/news/tehama-county/juvenile-salmon-restoration-project-aims-to-help-create-healthy-sacramento-river-ecosystem

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01 de noviembre de 2019

The Inspiring Lifecycle of Coho Salmon.

Coho salmon are an anadromous species, meaning they migrate from the ocean to their freshwater natal streams to spawn, or build nests (called redds). The anadromous life history of salmon plays a key role in bringing nutrients from the ocean back to rivers and the watershed wildlife community.

https://seaturtles.org/the-inspiring-life-cycle-of-coho-salmon/

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The Inspiring Lifecycle of Coho Salmon.

Coho salmon are an anadromous species, meaning they migrate from the ocean to their freshwater natal streams to spawn, or build nests (called redds). The anadromous life history of salmon plays a key role in bringing nutrients from the ocean back to rivers and the watershed wildlife community.

https://seaturtles.org/the-inspiring-life-cycle-of-coho-salmon/

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28 de octubre de 2019