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OUTDOORS Morris News Service-Alaska/Peninsula Clarion Editor's note: this is the sixth story in the Morris Communications series "The case for conserving the Kenai king salmon."

Questions remain about king counts

Research biologist Jim Miller chats with a group about the Alaska Department of Fish and Game's sonar projects on the Kenai River on Aug. 15 in Kenai. Several in the group had questions about the accuracy of the department's chinook salmon measuring programs on the Kenai River.
Photo By Rashah Mcchesney | Peninsula Clarion
Research biologist Jim Miller chats with a group about the Alaska Department of Fish and Game's sonar projects on the Kenai River on Aug. 15 in Kenai. Several in the group had questions about the accuracy of the department's chinook salmon measuring programs on the Kenai River.
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