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BREAKING: Fish kills may increase following heavy rains

A state fish kill hotline received several calls from southeast Florida in the past few days following last week’s heavy rains.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials and the South Florida Water Management District said it’s possible to have an uptick in fish dying with the heavy discharges made to keep communities from flooding during a deluge of rain this month. 264 more words

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BREAKING: Fish kills may increase following heavy rains

A state fish kill hotline received several calls from southeast Florida in the past few days following last week’s heavy rains.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials and the South Florida Water Management District said it’s possible to have an uptick in fish dying with the heavy discharges made to keep communities from flooding during a deluge of rain this month. 264 more words

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Spawning stress fish kill in Tama County

Jenna Ladd |June 8, 2017

A fish kill has been reported at Casey Lake in Tama County. More than 1,000 black crappies were reported dead at the Hickory Hills Park Lake yesterday. 223 more words

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Strange days, indeed

It’s difficult to gauge the measurable effect of Donald Trump’s recent election win on the natural world as 30 centimeters of wet snow descended on Moncton nearly a month before the official start of winter. 568 more words

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Effects of Oil Spills on Land

Photo by : CBC (2012)

When an oil spill occurs on land, it prevents the absorption of water by the soil, as we know water and oil is immiscible,oil spills on agricultural locations and grasslands have the effect of choking off plant life. 313 more words

Economic Effects of Oil Spills

Apart from revenue from oil and gas, Trinidad also depends heavily on Tourism.After an oil spill, high economic loss is experienced by persons dependent on coastal resources, clean up activities is also very costly. 383 more words

Effects of Oil Spill on Wildlife and Habitat

In 2010, The Deepwater Horizon which occurred in the Gulf of Mexico was the biggest oil spill recorded in history. It left huge footprints on the environment. 487 more words