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  • Polluted run-off from watersheds has led to deadly red tides, brown tides, and pfiesteria.

    Remarks By The President To National Oceans Conference

  • The Eastern Shore of Maryland, in just a two or three-week period, lost $40 million last year as a result of just one incident of pfiesteria.

    Press Briefing By Katie Mcginty

  • It's related to harmful alga-blooms, red tides, brown tides the pfiesteria problem we had in the mid-Atlantic states.

    Press Briefing By Katie Mcginty

  • These events shut down -- pfiesteria -- they shut down not just fisheries, they shut down economies.

    Press Briefing By Katie Mcginty

  • I was especially impressed by how you handled this recent pfiesteria outbreak and by what you said about it.

    Remarks By The President At Clean Water Initiative

  • The sale of fish brings 54 million to the state of Maryland, whose governor prevailed on 3 chains in the Washington area to begin again to sell Chesapeake fish despite the pfiesteria disease caused by untold trillions of gallons of pig factory farm sewage being dumped into the Atlantic.

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  • EPA testing on animals and approving lethal insecticides has poisoned many fish in the oceans and streams from pfiesteria.

    Indybay newswire

  • Hillary's look at the pfiesteria outbreak on Maryland's Eastern Shore placed as a finalist in the New York TV and Film Festivals.

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  • (cheaper than humane environments) was sponsoring the rise of resistant staph infections, while sewage spills were producing outbreaks of E coli and pfiesteria (the protozoan that has killed 1bn fish in Carolina estuaries and made ill dozens of fishermen).

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