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Asian Coal Plants Feed Mercury To Pacific Fish

Asian Coal Plants Feed Mercury To Pacific Fish

MNN Bloggers Scientists may have solved an old mystery about how mercury gets into ocean fish, but their findings offer a dire outlook for the toxic metal’s prevalence in seafood. Swordfish is one of several mercury-prone species in the North Pacific Ocean, researchers say, both due to its…

Making Water Storage Work

Making Water Storage Work

May 16, 2013 By Nancy Vogel
 California Department of Water Resources In the last generation, an amount of water storage roughly equivalent to twice the capacity of Lake Shasta, California’s biggest reservoir, has been developed south of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.  That includes nearly five million acre-feet of…

559 BIZ BLOG: Stimulating News – 10 Reasons to BE HAPPY

559 BIZ BLOG: Stimulating News – 10 Reasons to BE HAPPY

After a rough week for the market the sun came out this weekend with new reports that ought you make people more optimistic coming into the Holiday season. Let me count the ways. 1.A report this weekend says the US economy grew faster than we thought this summer…