Ireland: Extreme weather clouds the water for our river fish

Irish Times: AS THE GREAT Atlantic swells approached Ireland last Sunday, rising under low pressure and driven by the wind, their rolling turbulence sent vibrations -- microseisms -- humming ahead through the coastal lakes and rivers. A tingling intimation of floods and swollen estuaries touched thousands of adult eels already primed for migration, their bellies silvered, their systems saltproofed. As our hillside spinney bowed to the gale in a midnight blizzard of leaves I pictured the long procession flashing......

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