Depth: 5 km
Distances: 721 km S of Calgary, Canada / pop: 1,020,000 / local time: 15:05:45.2 2019-05-14
Depth: 42 km
Various kinds of fish, both small and large, which include pangasius, tilapia, carp and tens of thousands of fish, floating in the rift canal Fish conservation area Connect with Phra Udom Canal In front of Bua Kaeo Temple, Moo 3, Rahaeng Subdistrict, Lat Lum Kaeo District Pathum Thani Province
By which some dead fish begin to rot. Smelly stink all over And being washed away by the currents of the Rift 100 year old market, which is a tourist attraction of Pathum Thani Province
While officials of the Rahaeng Subdistrict Municipality Brought a punt to scoop the dead fish out of the canal To prevent the problem of polluted water And smelly, infested with tourists Because it may affect tourism Before going to landfill And some parts have been used to make fermented water to be used in the
latest agriculture . The staff went to the area to find the cause. Along with collecting water samples to check Found that ammonia mixed in And looking for sources where they were released
Fishery Officer, Lat Lum Kaeo District Have entered the inspection area where the fish float dead Along with collecting water samples to measure pH, found that more than 10 parts, ammonia exceeded 3.6 mg per liter Thus causing the fish to die suddenly Because of lack of oxygen Which will coordinate with the industry in Pathum Thani Province Re-examine that the plant causes waste water
While the villagers in the area said Before the incident, one day was able to smell the ammonia that was expected to come from the ice factory. And there may be waste water flowing into the canal Which is believed to be the cause of death This event has happened many times. Past complaints have been made to the authorities. But not resolved Therefore wanting the people involved to help and solve the problems for the villagers as well.
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Massive die off of fish in Thung Lan Subdistrict, Khlong Hoi Khong District, Songkhla Province.
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Hundreds of fish have been found dead on Ingham Lake, in Emmet County, Iowa.
According to the Estherville News, hundreds of carp and crappie were washed to the shore of the lake.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says, “fish kills have become a focus of public attention.”
More than four feet of snow and ice kept sunlight from reaching plants, which produce the oxygen for the lake.
The Iowa DNR says lake kills like this one happen even when plants are producing oxygen.
Long-term residents of Estherville say it happens once every five to 10 years.
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A team of veterinary doctors and experts culled more than 600 ducks and 66 chickens on Sunday following confirmation of bird flu (H5N1) in the city.
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In the afternoon of April 1, Lao Cai province issued a dispatch to direct the Department of Natural Resources and Environment to coordinate with the Border Guard Command, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Provincial Police and other units. Concentrated in determining exactly the cause of abnormal death of fish on the Red River , the passage through Lao Cai city and reporting to the Provincial People’s Committee in the shortest time.
Lao Cai province directs the functional sector to continue monitoring and monitoring periodically every 3 hours at the cross-border Red River water observation station in Lao Cai city; organize observation of Red River water from Lao Cai city to Lung Po area until the Red River water is stable.
The province asked the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to coordinate with relevant agencies to check and determine the cause of dead fish on the Red River; request the People’s Committee of Lao Cai city and Bat Xat district to send officials to hold the situation at the establishment; supervising and propagating people around the Red River area without eating fish and selling fish to market.
Before that, at about 15:00 on March 31, on the section of the Red River from Kim Thanh Bridge to Coc Leu Bridge, in Lao Cai City, there was a phenomenon of floating dead fish.
Many people in Lao Cai city and surrounding areas waded into the river to catch a lot of dead fish, especially fried fish weighing 3-4kg, carp, drifting more than 1-2kg.
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Tropical Cyclone Veronica delivered much-needed rain to WA pastoralists, but it also had the heart-wrenching effect of big cattle deaths.
Bettini Beef, which runs five cattle stations in the Pilbara, close to Port Hedland, lost at least 1500 cattle, including 1000 breeders.
Stations in Bettini Beef’s portfolio include De Grey, Mallina, Sherlock, Warambie and Pyramid, which received from 130mm to more than 500mm of rain.
Owner Mark Bettini said as well as the deluge of rain there was strong winds and most cattle likely died of hypothermia, but some would have drowned.
Mr Bettini said finding the dead cattle was heartbreaking, and a big clean-up effort was under way which would take some time, with many areas still too wet to get to.
“I would say 1500 dead cattle is a conservative estimate and it is likely more would be found,” he said.
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Residents in a community north of Brisbane are disgusted by the deaths of thousands of fish in their local lake.
Those living near a Beachmere lake first noticed birds swooping before they realised thousands of fish were dead.
They moved to the lakeside town for the views, but for days now the view and smell has been of dead, rotting fish.
About 30 species, big and small, have died in the lake, including mangrove Jack, bream, flathead, herring, and mullet.
Now locals are demanding answers from Moreton Bay Council.
“It’s been very sad to see the fish coming up and gulping for their lives. There were lots of them that didn’t make it,” resident Tracey Warr told 7News.
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In a season when Goa’s beaches come alive late at night to scores of tiny Olive Ridley turtle hatchings crawling to the sea, the finding of 12 turtle carcasses has come back to haunt wildlifers once again.
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