Monthly Archives: January 2021

Not So Green Hydropower: Post-Dam Cultural Emplacement

Kokemäenjoki has been called the artery of SW boreal areas of Finland over centuries. A former Atlantic Salmon river, it was dammed over the span of 100 years. A new Snowchange article reviews the life work of fisherman Kalevi Veko … Continue reading

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Ponoy River and Pink Salmon Issues Explored in a New Science Paper

Out today in Polar Biology, a decadal science process culminates with a release of a major science paper from community-based observations of change from Ponoy River catchment, Murmansk, Russia. A Sámi-Russian-Finnish-Swedish-US team investigated the proliferation of Pacific Pink Salmon, introduced … Continue reading

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