Salish Sea Marine Survival Project Publication #21

 Salish Sea Marine Survival Project researchers inserted acoustic tracking tags in age-2 sockeye salmon from Chilko Lake, BC in 2010-2014. About 8-14% of salmon survived their 35-47 day migration to north-eastern Vancouver Island. High mortality was observed north of the Central Strait of Georgia. Read more: Rechisky et al. (2018) Quantifying survival of age two Chilko Lake sockeye salmon during the first 50 days of migration. DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2017-0425