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Young chum salmon may get biggest nutrition boost from Elliott Bay restored beaches


September 15, 2015

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University of Washington researchers have found the types of organisms in Seattle's Elliott Bay change depending on the shoreline nearby, either armored or restored beaches. Young chum salmon adjusted their diets based on these changes.Full Story

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