Climate change spawns salmon dilemma for San Joaquin River

Fresno Bee: Skeptical farmers often ask a big key question about the $2 billion revival of the San Joaquin River and salmon runs: How can cold-water salmon possibly survive here as the climate heats up the river? Prominent fishery biologist Peter Moyle replies that the San Joaquin will be an ideal place for salmon in the future. It will be a pipeline of chilly snowmelt from the high Sierra. But for years, nobody has been able to settle that debate with science. Now, using a $1.5 million National Science......

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