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California's disappearing salmon
by Scott Wilson; Videos and photos by Melina Mara
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15 September 2021
On 15 September 2021 The Washington Post reported:
For centuries, spring-run Chinook salmon, among California's most iconic fish, would rest for weeks in [the] historically cold waters [of Butte Creek] after their brutal upstream journey. Then they would lay eggs and, finally, perish to complete one of nature's most improbable life cycles. No longer. What once was a place where life began is now one of untimely death. The creek is simply too warm, an astounding 10 degrees warmer than average in some parts of these spawning grounds.
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It is the result of the creek's low flow, which speeds up the spread of disease as the water stagnates, and of the Central Valley's high heat in the depths of drought.
Of the estimated 16,000 spring-run Chinook that made the journey from the Golden Gate Bridge to this curve in a creek and others like it across the Central Valley, about 14,500 have died, nearly all of them before spawning.
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