Posted by on October 14, 2016 2:24 am
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FISHKILLS FOUND

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FISHKILLS FOUND

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Full Indicator Record

Grade Date Headline Source
MOD 05 Oct 2017 Thousands of sharks, other sea life mysteriously die in San Fran Bay [KNTV]
LOW 21 Jun 2017 Thousands of fish and shrimp die for 7th straight year in Mexican river [Mexiconewsdaily]
LOW 14 Jun 2017 Millions of fish dying in Matagorda Bay, Texas [Strangesounds]
LOW 10 Jun 2017 Scientists yet to pinpoint specific cause of shark die-off in SF Bay [Earthisland]
MOD 02 Jun 2017 Mysterious shark die-offs occurring near San Fran Bay [Nbcbayarea]
LOW 12 May 2017 California State hatchery lets 300,000 baby salmon die in holding pond [Sacbee]
LOW 06 May 2017 Experts probe mystery of leopard shark die-off [Wdef]
LOW 23 Apr 2017 Asian carp die-off catches eye of anglers in Kentucky and Tennessee [Parispi]
LOW 18 Mar 2017 Millions of shellfish wash up on New Zealand beach [Strangesounds]
HIGH 16 Feb 2017 Hundreds of thousands of dead fish cover Pacific beaches in Costa Rica [Strangesounds]
MOD 13 Feb 2017 150,000 salmon die in Chile, thousands of dead fish in Colombia alarm fishermen [Strangesounds]
MOD 29 Jan 2017 Millions of sardines wash up dead in Chile [Strangesounds]

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