Wed, 11 March 2020
Pacific Salmon species love cool, clean waters and they are able to enjoy those waters all throughout British Columbia, Canada. Glacial retreating due to warmer air temperatures has revealed many suitable habitats for Pacific Salmon species; however, those glaciers are getting smaller and some have stopped revealing suitable habitat. It's all due to Climate Change that increased the speed of melting. Less habitat is a bit of a concern to researchers.
Some Pacific Salmon species will not do as well in warmer conditions. Listen to the episode to find out which species will do well and which ones won't.
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Direct download: SUFB_S975_HowWillPacificSalmonSpeciesSurviveClimateChange.mp3
Category:Salmon -- posted at: 12:00am EDT
Mon, 23 October 2017
As always, there is quite a bit going on in Marine Science and Conservation field so it's a good thing that the Speak Up For Blue Podcast is here to keep you updated. Here are the stories for today:
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Direct download: SUFB_S385_PacificSalmonStocksDecliningScientistsTravelTooMuchChefTechniqueCanHelpSeaTurtleEggs.mp3
Category:Salmon -- posted at: 8:00am EDT