Salmon

  • Look at four photos or illustrations from “Food for the Soil” and use what you’ve learned to explain what each…

    eyeChallenge – Food for the Soil

  • Natural Inquirer Readers for students in grades K-2 focus on a scientist and their research. In this Reader, students meet…

    Meet Dr. Flitcroft – Vol. 1 No. 7

  • Natural Inquirer Readers for students in grades K-2 focus on a scientist and their research. In this Reader, students meet…

    Meet Dr. Flitcroft – Spanish

  • Examine the map of streams and rivers where young salmon live. Count the streams and rivers and find which ones…

    Try This! – Meet Dr. Flitcroft! (Spanish)

  • Natural Inquirer Readers for students in grades K-2 focus on a scientist and their research. In this Reader, students meet…

    Meet Dr. Flitcroft! – Spanish

  • Examine the map of streams and rivers where young salmon live. Count the streams and rivers and find which ones…

    Try This! – Meet Dr. Flitcroft!

  • Natural Inquirer Readers for students in grades K-2 focus on a scientist and their research. In this Reader, students meet…

    Meet Dr. Flitcroft!

  • After reading the Freshwater edition of Natural Inquirer, test your knowledge of the issue with this eyeChallenge. Explain what each…

    eyeChallenge – Freshwater

  • Water temperature helps regulate aquatic ecosystems, and, for many aquatic organisms, life-cycle phases are tied to water temperature. Salmon eggs,…

    Timed Travel: Measuring the Relationship Between Stream Temperatures and the Development of Salmon

  • The scientists in this study were asked to develop information about the status of and trends in aquatic animal species populations across the United States.

    One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish? The Current Situation and Possible Future of Aquatic Animals in the United States (Spanish)