Tyee article: Is a Virus Ravaging BC’s Sockeye?

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The Tyee discusses the Cohen Inquiry’s investigation into the decline of sockeye salmon and the potential link to a virus in the article Is a Virus Ravaging BC’s Sockeye?

The article provides an overview of research by Dr. Kristi Miller that suggests a viral infection may be responsible for the deaths of sockeye before they have the opportunity to spawn.

The article also discusses the threat that the Infectious Salmon Anemia virus (ISAV) poses to BC.

 

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