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Red tide piles up dead fish on Florida beaches

“This,” proclaimed an editorial in The Tampa Bay Times last week, “is what climate change smells like.”
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Red tide piles up dead fish on Florida beaches

“This,” proclaimed an editorial in The Tampa Bay Times last week, “is what climate change smells like.”
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Justice

Fish advisories impact tribal traditions; Lake Superior smelt the latest species found contaminated

Local Indigenous people continue to eat enough fish to far surpass what state health officials consider safe.

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Climate

Heat wave killed marine wildlife en masse

An early estimate points to a huge die-off along the Pacific Coast, and scientists say rivers farther inland are warming to levels that could be lethal for some kinds of salmon.
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Climate

Heat wave killed marine wildlife en masse

An early estimate points to a huge die-off along the Pacific Coast, and scientists say rivers farther inland are warming to levels that could be lethal for some kinds of salmon.
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Climate

Heat wave killed marine wildlife en masse

An early estimate points to a huge die-off along the Pacific Coast, and scientists say rivers farther inland are warming to levels that could be lethal for some kinds of salmon.
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Climate

Governor asks Californians to voluntarily cut water use

Gavin Newsom on Thursday asked people in the nation's most populous state to voluntarily cut how much water they use by 15% as the Western U.S. weathers a drought that is rapidly emptying reservoirs relied on for agriculture, drinking water and fish habitat.

therevelator.org
Toxics

Seahorses extinction assessment reveals species and knowledge gaps

The charismatic animals could serve as flagship species for ocean conservation, but only if we understand their extinction risks.
www.newscientist.com
Toxics

Fish are becoming addicted to methamphetamines seeping into rivers

Methamphetamines and other drugs can enter freshwater rivers through wastewater, and lab tests show trout can become addicted, changing their behaviour by reducing their activity levels.

www.vox.com
Climate

Some birds, mammals, and fish are shrinking. Blame climate change

Climate change is messing with the size of animals around the world, from birds to mammals to fish.
www.denverpost.com
Toxics

How pollution, diversions and drought are squeezing the life out of the lower Arkansas River Valley

Forty years may seem like a long time to develop a plan to save fish and improve water levels for a reservoir, but southeastern Colorado is used to long fights when it comes to water.

scitechdaily.com
Toxics

Biologists raise alarm: Brain damage caused by even small amounts of bisphenols

Their study shows that even small amounts of the plasticizers bisphenol A and bisphenol S disrupt the transmission of signals between nerve cells in the brains of adult fish. The researchers consider it very likely that similar interference can also occur in the brains of adult humans.

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Biodiversity

Fish and poultry try a new sustainable diet of larvae and insects

In Poland, larvae and insects are used as a source of protein on fish and poultry farms. Organic waste is used to grow these larvae, thus contributing to the circular economy.

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