Re: NANFA-- article on Indiana fish kill

Dave Neely (
Tue, 28 Dec 1999 09:09:19 CST


thanks for posting this. That part of the state is still on karst (porous
limestone geology), right? If so, I'd be concerned about their
"reassurances" that it won't get into groundwater.

This might also be an opportunity to walk the banks, and ID fish killed by
the spill. Wear waders and rubber gloves. Any rare taxa that you find
(Cycleptus, Crystallaria, Moxostoma carinatum, Etheostoma histrio) might be
grounds for increasing the fine when this company is "reprimanded." Be
careful, but this would be some really useful information if the DNR
biologists aren't getting it.


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> : Wildlife death toll continues to climb</A>

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