The Salmon Populations

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Communities are all of the different populations that live together and interact in a particular area. The organisms of a community affect other organisms’ abundance, adaptation and existence. To be considered a community, the different populations must live close enough together to interact. The salmon community ranges from freshwater to the ocean, and includes a diversity of organisms. Anadromous fish populations such as lamprey, smelt, eulachon and cisco can be found swimming with the salmon to and from the ocean. Alaskan salmonids can also be found in the same freshwater watersheds, such as Arctic char, Arctic grayling, whitefish and lake trout. Other species of salmon themselves are found swimming with other salmon. Populations of blackfish,

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