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Sac Bee feat. CWS scientist Anna Sturrock: Baby Chinook salmon found in unexpected places

Fish ear bones (otoliths) grow in layers to tell age like tree rings, AND reading the water chemistry within the layers of bone can trace where fish grew up. Research by UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences postdoctoral scientist Anna Sturrock shows Winter Run Chinook venture beyond the Sac River where they hatch. See the December 4 article by reporter Ryan Sabalow at the Sacramento Bee online California Water and Drought series.

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