Monday, June 19, 2006

Warmer Waters Threaten Alaska's Oyster Industry

From National Public Radio


Day to Day, June 19, 2006 · A temperature rise in the once-frigid waters of Alaska is having a significant effect on the state's oyster industry. Vibrio, a bacteria common in warmer waters, is showing up in the region. And that's changing the quality and safety of the shellfish. Ashley Gross of the Alaska Public Radio Network reports. Listen @ NPR

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