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Summary #5 II. The Living World Saturday, July 19, 2008 Judge rules fish at risk of extinction Three fish species are at risk of extinction because of drought conditions in the state. Although, operators of the state and federal water projects are not hurting the habitat, survival and recovery of the winter-run chinook salmon, the spring-run chinook salmon and the Central Valley steelhead. Environmentalists are creating more than a half-dozen solutions to help the three fish species, including closing water exports out of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
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Unformatted text preview: The proposal, if approved, could adversely affect millions of water users in the San Francisco Bay Area and Southern California, as well as in the Westlands Water District on the Valley's west side. This article relates to II. The Living World on the AP Environmental Science Topic Outline. These fish are part of the food chain and are slowly going extinct. This will affect the living animals in the ocean because they eat these fish and depend on them as a food source. When there are no more fish to eat, the animals will be changed....
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