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Effects of solar ultraviolet radiation exposure on early ocean survival and fry-to-smolt growth of juvenile salmon
Marine Ecology Progress Series
Marine survival rates of many juvenile salmon populations have declined in recent decades. Although several potential causes have been proposed, there has been little conclusive evidence for which factors are responsible or not responsible for these declines. We experimentally addressed the hypothesis that exposure of coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch or sockeye salmon O. nerka to solar ultraviolet-B radiation (UVB) during freshwater rearing of fry and parr life-history stages increasesdoi:10.3354/meps09426 fatcat:u5zi5n42jfcynfzgdgwr4y4w5y