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Fukushima 2017 Radiation Monitoring Expedition

Postby connectingdots1 » Mon Apr 10, 2017 11:06 am

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Re: Fukushima 2017 Radiation Monitoring Expedition

Postby connectingdots1 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 12:45 pm

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The torrential downpours and flooding we've seen lately might be good for the parched, drought-stricken lands of California, but it's disastrous for endangered salmon.

In the North Bay, creeks are muddy and swirling, raging torrents that destroy neatly-laid salmon eggs and provide no shelter for salmon coming in to spawn.

"We have eggs that were just recently laid in Lagunitas Creek and other tributaries which have gotten washed away," said Eric Ettlinger, Aquatic Ecologist with the Marin Municipal Water District. "We also have fish prepared to go into the ocean which hatched a year ago, and they are struggling to find refuge from the high flows."


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Re: Fukushima 2017 Radiation Monitoring Expedition

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