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Environmental battle: biological experiements vs endangered fish

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07-25-2014, 01:46 AM
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Environmental battle: biological experiements vs endangered fish


Stanford's 1892 dam is the subject of litigation. It's in a private preserve, which the university uses for many experiments.

OTOH, you've got environmentalists who want the dam gone so endangered steelhead trout can get back to where they belong to spawn, but with more than a century of silt, that could be potentially hazardous to those downstream. Not to mention that many experiments would be destroyed/worthless.

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