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PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2016 7:40 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Thousands of red tuna crabs wash up on Mission Beach, San Diego
13 Jun 2016

http://strangesounds.org/2016/06/...ission-beach-san-diego-video.html


Thousands of dead crabs and sea stars mysteriously wash ashore in Port Aransas, Texas
http://strangesounds.org/2016/06/...ashore-in-port-aransas-texas.html
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Obama to Florida Gov. Rick Scott: This Emergency Is Yours: Own It.

 07/18/2016 09:51 am 09:51:56


When Gov. Rick Scott recently asked President Obama to declare a federal emergency over the toxic algae catastrophe coating South Florida’s coasts, my head nearly exploded.

It is the zenith of hypocrisy for Gov. Scott to plead for federal assistance on the algae bloom catastrophe when his entire record is hacking, whittling, and chopping federal authority into little, little pieces. And not just any federal authority; specifically federal rules to regulate fertilizers and specifically federal actions to hold Florida accountable.

Many decades ago, the U.S. EPA “delegated” full responsibility to Florida to manage the state’s water pollution regulations while preserving the federal right to protect all Americans’ air and water quality.

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Hundreds of thousands of dead fish wash into New Jersey marina
8/24/16

KEANSBURG, N.J.  — Hundreds of thousands of dead fish washed into a marina in Keansburg, New Jersey, following a massive fish kill in a nearby creek, CBS New York reported.

According to CBS New York chopper reporter Joe Biermann, the 3-to-4-inch dead fish have completely surrounded many boats.

“We’re talking hundreds of thousands of fish, if not millions of fish,” said Bob Considine of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

The DEP said the type of fish that washed into the marina over the past couple of days is known as a peanut bunker. They were most likely chased into the marina off of Laurel Avenue by either blue fish or skates in Raritan Bay.

The peanut bunker fish all died due to low oxygen levels in the marina.

“Basically, there wasn’t enough oxygen in the water to sustain them,” Considine said.

This is causing a lot of problems for boaters as a lot of engines are encased in the fish.

The dead fish have been sending a pungent smell across the area.

“It’s bad, it’s enough to gag you,” one resident said. “It smells like a sewer plant backed up and let out in the water.”

Frank Dean manages a couple of marinas in Keansburg. He said also said the combination of a million dead fish and mid-August temperatures has made for a nasty, stinky brew.

“You know if you leave fish in the garbage can for a couple of days and it’s hot out, it’s going to smell,” he said. “Well that’s the smell.”

Keansburg Mayor George Hoff said they are taking care of the fish that washed up on the beach.

“Right behind us in the creek we really can’t do much about it because it would be a massive clean-up effort, but on our beach where they washed up, our Department of Public Works is taking care of it,” Hoff said.”

The DEP said they don’t know how long the clean-up will take.
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Tens of Thousands of Dead Fish Turn Up in New York Bay, State Environmental Officials Launch Investigation
11/15/16

Tens of thousands of dead fish have reportedly turned up in Shinnecock Bay in Hampton Bays, New York, prompting the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation to launch an investigation.

Predatory fish likely chased the "large, dense school of bunker (Atlantic menhaden) and other bait fish" into the Long Island bay's canal early Monday morning, state officials told ABC News today in a statement.

The fish were apparently trapped when the canal gates closed around 3 a.m. A preliminary field analysis suggested that the fish likely died because of "a lack of dissolved oxygen and the high density of fish," the conservation department added.

The dead fish then entered the bay and washed ashore after the canal's gates opened at 10 a.m., state officials said.

The sight and smell of the thousands of dead fish bothered locals on Monday, ABC New York station WABC-TV reported.

"I don’t remember any day or any time like this," Hampton Bays resident Jerry Ippolito told WABC. "This is the worst."

East Quogue resident Nikki Perry said, "I think it's horrible. It's a shame."


But "the fish kill does not suggest any impacts to the health of Shinnecock Bay," state officials said, adding that environmental workers have collected water samples for further analysis.

As a precaution, the Suffolk County Department of Health Services has also collected water samples to test for pathogens, nutrients and pesticides, department spokeswoman Grace Kelly-McGovern said.

The results of the tests will likely be available in a few weeks, she told ABC News today.

She added that most of the fish are no longer on the bay's shore and likely sank to the bottom of the bay or were swept out to sea by the tides.

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