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Friday
Jul062012

Heat Already Taking Its Toll on Fisheries

Image from www.delawareonline.com

Excessive heat and drought are contributing to fish kills throughout the country, and almost certainly incidents will increase as summer progresses. Typical peak time for heat-related kills is late summer, and we're still two months away from that.

Here’s a sampling thus far:

Nebraska

Illinois

Delaware

Missouri

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