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Tunnels Help Fish

Mar 13, 2018

A new report from scientists at the University of California, Davis, says that the controversial Delta tunnels, along with habitat restoration projects, would benefit ailing fish species like salmon.

ONE OF CALIFORNIA’S foremost experts on freshwater fish believes there may be hope for restoring native salmon to abundance – but there’s a catch: California must build the controversial Delta tunnels, he says.

“The expected costs are tremendous and there is a lot of concern over that, but our paper is about what’s good for fish,” said Peter Moyle, a professor of fisheries with the University of California, Davis Center for Watershed Sciences. “Will the Delta tunnels be good for fish or not? I think they will.”

Water Deeply

New Report Sparks Debate: Delta Tunnels Could Help Save Fish Species  One of California’s foremost experts on freshwater fish believes there may be hope for restoring native salmon to abundance – but there’s a catch: California must build the controversial Delta tunnels, he says. Alastair Bland KQED

 

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