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Half of Columbia River sockeye dying due to hot water

...state fisheries biologists in Oregon say more than 100 spring chinook died earlier this month in the Middle Fork of the John Day River when water temperatures hit the mid-70s. Oregon and Washington state have both enacted sport fishing closures due...

http://juneauempire.com/not-web/2015-07-28/half-columbia-river-sockeye-dying-due
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Northwest Digest

...suit filed last week makes a test case out of a permit issued to Bill Colvin, 66, a rancher along a tributary of the John Day River in Eastern Oregon. The aim is to get more streamside vegetation, cooler rivers and more steelhead and other threatened...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/050707/sta_20070507005.shtml
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