Salmon Tracking

OPB | Oct. 20, 2006 10 a.m.

Some amazing new technology may make it possible to track individual salmon in the open ocean for the first time. Survival rates for salmon at sea have been dropping, and scientists hope to learn why.

First Broadcast: 2006
Producer: Jim Newman

More Information
Pacific Ocean Shelf Tracking Project
  • Read more about the technology used to track salmon in the oceans.
  • Online: www.postcoml.org

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