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Subject: Agricultural run-off and fish diseases
From: Amanda Maclean <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 8 Jan 1998 10:48:11 GMT

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Happy New Year to all!

Can anyone could help with the following? (apologies for cross-postings)

The following excerpt from a USA newsclip (I'm not sure which paper it comes
from) dated January 6, 1998 is circulating on a sea-turtle discussion group
I'm subscribed to:

>The scientists said coastal development has consumed precious salt
>marshes, industrial pollution has left "dead zones" in the Gulf of
>Mexico, agricultural runoff is causing new diseases in fish, and global
>warming has contributed to steep declines of salmon in the North

Can anyone on the list give examples (with references if possible) of fish
diseases caused by runoff, agricultural or otherwise?

Thanks in advance,

Fish Biology Group
Division of Environmental and Evolutionary Biology
Graham Kerr Building
Glasgow University
Glasgow G12 8QQ

Tel 0141-330-3534 (within UK)
Fax 0141-330-5971 (within UK)

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