‘Climate change’ danger to salmon and trout in Wye

BBC: Climate change could be putting salmon and trout at risk, according to work by Cardiff University scientists. Researchers studied young salmon and trout populations in the River Wye and its tributaries between 1985 and 2004. The study found salmon numbers fell by 50% and trout by 67%, with the fish hardest hit following hot, dry summers. However, the Wye and Usk Foundation said since the research, wet summers had brought improvements to young salmon and trout ......

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