Ocean conditions affect salmon prey

Ocean conditions are thought to be affecting the quality and abudance of capelin, an important prey for northwest Atlantic salmon

Changes in ocean conditions in the northwest Atlantic have altered the food web, changing the quantity and quality of important prey species, according to a recent study on salmon foraging.

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