Salmon of the Future: Planting conifer trees now may improve fish habitat later, Featuring Dr. Bill Emmingham Public Deposited

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The diverse habitat required by salmon and other anadramous fish is often created by fallen debris in a stream. Scientists aid conifers in growing near streams to eventually become this debris.

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  • Davis, Caryn. 2004. Salmon of the Future: Planting conifer trees now may improve fish habitat later, Featuring Dr. Bill Emmingham. Notable Notes in Forest Research, ed. Caryn M Davis, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis. 1 p.
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