The long-term pattern of smaller runs has been blamed on both commercial fish farms and an increase in predators in the sockeyes' migratory path.
Professor Daniel Pauly, a world fisheries authority at the University of British Columbia, says he doesn’t expect this year's massive run to start a new trend."I think science is very good at predicting long-term trends over larger areas and it's not good at predicting details over shorter time periods in limited areas," Pauly told the BBC.
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