Jan. 15, 2015 12:07
If you were walking along a certain part of North Carolina’s Neuse River this past October, you might have noticed a most unpleasant odor. The stench would have come from the approximately 200,000 dead fish laying on its shores—Atlantic menhaden, to be precise....
July 15, 2013 03:59
No one wants to drink, cook, swim or bathe in the toxins that drip from vehicles onto streets and then wash into the gutters; the same goes for silt and sediment. Yet these pollutants eventually flow into our streams and rivers. Silt clogs the gills of fish and nutrients flowing into waterways cause things to grow, taking up all the oxygen....

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In many ways, we are fortunate that, in our chosen profession, we are able to help people when certain disasters occur: the tornadoes in Missouri, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Georgia, the flooding in Louisiana, the snows in the northeastern part of the country, the rain in California, and the snow in Colorado....

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