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Another round of fish deaths, Indiana lake.

 
Thoughtless_Ponder
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Another round of fish deaths, Indiana lake.
More and more lakes becoming cesspools!

Storms, heat blamed for E. Indiana fish kill
Updated: Thursday, 09 Jun 2011, 9:56 AM EDT
Published : Thursday, 09 Jun 2011, 9:56 AM EDT

RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) - Wildlife officials say they believe recent storms and heat killed more than 1,000 fish at an eastern Indiana lake.

The fish were spotted floating or washed up on the banks of Middlefork Reservoir near Richmond beginning Sunday.

State Department of Natural Resources biologist Rhett Wisener tells the Palladium-Item that this is the spawning season for the gizzard shad that died, so it is already a stressful time for them.

Indiana-American Water Co. environmental supervisor Rich Nicholson says tests found no problems with the reservoir's water and that the company would continue to monitor the lake.
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Re: Another round of fish deaths, Indiana lake.
Poor things, our earth is in trouble they blam it on Mother nature...cry
can't never could
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Re: Another round of fish deaths, Indiana lake.
Here's an older incident that they decided to blame on the cold. Who are they kidding?

Dead fish wash up on Washington Park beach
Michigan City, Ind.
Various fish have washed up on a local park due to the recent winter storm.
Reporter: Paul Murphy
Email Address: paul.murphy@wndu.com

Various fish have washed up on a local park due to the recent winter storm.

According to our reporting partners at the Elkhart Truth, frozen gobies, trout, crayfish, and mudpuppies have been washing up on the beach along Washington Park .

Indiana DNR biologists think the storm and the massive waves washed the fish onto the beach.

Most fish move to deeper water in the winter where the water is warmer, however the fish now on the shore were not able to do that before the storm hit.

The National Weather Service says wind gusts reached 40 miles per hour during that storm.



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