Researchers tag spawning striped bass to assess the Chesapeake predator's population health

Striped bass need healthy water to spawn, and water quality greatly depends on the surrounding land. Jim Uphoff and Beth Versak of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources describe how different land uses affect spawning fish and how researchers track the health of striped bass populations.

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