Summer heat and low-water conditions have pushed river and stream temperatures into a danger zone for salmon, according to a study released Monday by the Washington-based Wild Fish Conservancy.

The study analyzed seven-day average temperatures in 54 salmon and trout-bearing rivers in Washington, Oregon and California, and found widespread conditions that put fish at risk.

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