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Rain affecting shrimp catch
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7 Oct 08 - Fishing communities in the north-west of England blame unusually heavy rainfall for their reduced shrimp catch.

Excess fresh water running into Morecambe Bay has diluted the sea water, making it less salty.

Marine experts have confirmed it is one of a possible number of reasons for the reduced haul of the seafood.

This August was the fifth wettest on record in the UK, with 139.8mm (5.5in) of rain.

          And so it begins, says Peter

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/lancashire/7656085.stm
Thanks to Peter R. Sanders for this link

 

 



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