Record summer heat killing more fish

Great Lakes Echo: This summer’s unusually high temperatures and continuing drought are killing fish across the Great Lakes region. “There’s nothing wrong water quality-wise,” said Randy Schumacher, fisheries supervisor for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. “The species simply can’t tolerate that hot of water for this extended period of time.” There were multiple reports of fish kills in early July across Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois, according to state fisheries supervisors.......

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