Undersea Eruptions Killing Fish
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Updated 4 Feb 2004
Undersea eruptions killing billions of fish
4 Feb 04 - Undersea eruptions of noxious hydrogen sulphide are devastating one of the world’s richest fisheries. Satellite images show that toxic eruptions off the coast of Namibia are more frequent and widespread than anyone realized. The area supports a fishery that was worth around $400 million in 1998, providing Namibia with its second largest source of revenue after mining. (My guess is that this is caused by underwater volcanic activity.)
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