Grant W. Feist, Molly A.H. Webb,Deke T. Gundersen, Eugene P. Foster, Carl B. Schreck, Allec G. Maule, and Martin S. Fitzpatrick Published:1 December 2005
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This study sought to determine whether wild white sturgeon from the Columbia River (Oregon) were exhibiting signs of reproductive endocrine disruption. Fish were sampled in the free-flowing portion of the river (where the population is experiencing reproductive success) and from three reservoirs behind hydroelectric dams (where fish have reduced reproductive success). All of the 18 pesticides and almost all of the 28 polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) that were analyzed in livers and gonads were detected in at least some of the tissue samples. Metabolites of p,p′"
ODFW requirement that Sport Fisherman have to buy a tag for Sturgeon if they want fish for salmon & steelhead is extortion. [
This tag requirement promotes endangering public’s health.
Who is eating the commercial caught Sturgeon?
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