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Stress increases ‘costs of living’ for juvenile salmon

Although I originally just set out to describe some of my newly published research (“Costs of living for juvenile salmon in an increasingly warming and invaded world”), it’s probably not an accident that I find myself part of an unintentional … Continue reading

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Oh, the naivety of the young (salmon)…

Humans aren’t the only ones who might experience culture shock – and for some animals a failure to adjust to different “cultures” might be lethal!  In the case of juvenile Pacific salmon and invasive smallmouth bass, young salmon innately recognize … Continue reading

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