Takeaways:

  • A 30-metre wide hole made in the North Army Jetty of the Fraser River has opened up a huge habitat for juvenile salmon.
  • The research team has calculated that tens of thousands of fish would be using the new opening as an overpass to reach an important section of the Lower Fraser’s brackish estuary.
  • The researchers also recommend that 1,200 barriers be torn down to further protect the fish and undo the worst impacts of city building and agricultural development.

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