Study regarding juvenile coho, led by Coho Partnership Chair Mariska Obedzinski, recently published

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California Sea Grant Extension Specialist and Coho Partnership Chair, Mariska Obedzinksi, recently led a study that showed during low streamflow periods, small amounts of running water is enough to keep pools interconnected. This small amount of water could make the difference in survival of juvenile coho in coastal California streams.

The study is published in Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.

The Partnership is excited for this new research and proud to work side by side with the CA Sea Grant team in their groundbreaking research!

Photo credit: Andrew Bartshire, California Sea Grant 

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