Scientists find a way to ward off fish kill

12/25/2012 | Half Moon Bay Review (Calif.)

Not one dead fish has been found at California's Pescadero Marsh since volunteers dug a channel through a sandbar in the wetland that's home to 10 threatened or endangered species, according to scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Each fall, the ocean floods over the sandbar into the lagoon, sometimes stirring up enough toxic materials to deplete oxygen and kill off native fish including steelhead trout.

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