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July 3, 2018

Study: Warming winters could lead to another bark beetle spread in Santa Fe area

SANTA FE, N.M. — A bark beetle epidemic wiped out swaths of pinon trees around Santa Fe more than a decade ago, and now new research predicts that warming winters could spell more trouble. Scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory have done a large-scale analysis to demonstrate that higher temperatures allow the destructive beetle to

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Officials: Fish from several western Michigan ponds not safe to eat

BELMONT, Mich. — State and Kent County health officials are asking people not to eat fish from some western Michigan ponds due to elevated levels of industrial chemical contaminants. The advisory was issued late last week after elevated levels of perfluorooctane sulfonate were found in surface water from ponds near the Boulder Creek development in

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Minnesota DNR blames illegal goldfish release for dead carp

MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota conservation officials are blaming the illegal introduction of nonnative ornamental goldfish for large numbers of dead carp washing up on a lakeshore south of the Minneapolis area. The Minnesota DNR says a virus from the koi goldfish also has been found in at least eight other southern Minnesota lakes in the past

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