Return of the Salmon 

But toxic blooms imperil the Lower Eel

Fisheries biologists counted what may be a record run of Chinook salmon in the Eel River last year, but they aren't ready to cheer or loosen up management policies because toxic algae and other ills continue to threaten this vital ecosystem…

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