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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 64 Issue 11, Nov 2000
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Mercury is one of the earth's most poisonous substances. Coal-fired power plants, medical and municipal incinerators, and some mercury-using, chemical manufacturing plants contribute highly to North Carolina's mercury pollution problems. Because of elevated mercury levels in fish over the past decade, the state has issued advisories to avoid eating fish in ten eastern streams and one species in the Atlantic Ocean.
Employers would be delighted to have an employee who thoroughly loves his job, works for no salary, never even thinks about complaining of holiday work, and gives his partner 100 percent effort. Meet the dogs of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission game law enforcement division.
The Great Storm of August 1899, and a follow-up one in October of the same year, drove residents of Core and Shackleford Banks from their homes forever. Many settled in Morehead City, Salter Path, and Harkers Island. Prioli recounts the history of these hardy people and how they used their native skills to survive.