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for Currents Vol. 11 Issue 2, Winter 1992
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The Pamlico-Tar River Foundation has several plans for the Texasgulf environmental report. In addition they plan to write up these ideas in their own document to suggest what Texasgulf may or may not be allowed to do.
The culprit of the fish kills for over a decade may be dinoflagellates. These dinoflagellates can lay dormant for long periods of time and disappear soon after killing fish which is why researchers have had trouble narrowing down the cause of the kills.
The legal battle over the protection of wetlands continues and is contended all the way up to the federal level. Many factors are at play from big oil companies to environmental considerations.
The Girl Scout Council for Coastal Carolina is hitting some walls when it comes to trying to renew their NPDES permit for discharging wastewater into the Pamlico River.