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China’s Marine Aquaculture Shellfish Industry: Really Big and Apparently Safe
Circle of Blue's director and senior editor are on assignment in China. Here is a preview of their reporting to come next month.
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Red Tide Downstream of Texas Drought: Marine Ecosystems Suffer Lack of Fresh Water
High temperatures and salinity concentrations along the Texas Gulf Coast are behind a toxic red tide, fish kills, and an influx of oyster parasites. Additionally, several saltwater species have been found upstream, surviving in a typically freshwater environment and signaling a large change in these delta ecosystems.