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Post by Lobo on Tue 20 Jun 2017, 12:43 pm

A massive fish and shrimp die-off Mexico is confusing experts because locals say it happens every year at the same time
Posted: 20 Jun 2017 12:51 AM PDT
State and federal authorities are investigating a die-off of thousands of fish and shrimp reported by people living near the Omitlán River in the Guerrero municipality of Juan R. Escudero.
Specialists have taken water samples and tissue samples from the fish to determine the cause of the die-off, which residents say has been occurring at this time of year for about seven years.
Escudero Mayor Leonel Leyva Muñoz advised residents to avoid consuming fish and shrimp from that part of the river until the causes of their death can be determined. However, some residents, normally dedicated to fishing, had already retrieved several fish that were still alive and sold them in the municipal market.
The newspaper Milenio reported that some people suspect that the die-off of fish and other wildlife was caused by pollutants spilled at the hydroelectric power generation station located upriver in Carolina, a town in the municipality of Quechultenango.

Mexico Daily News


Update! Cholera outbreak exploding in Yemen: 158,960 suspected cholera cases and 1,100 deaths with a 100 kids an hour infected
Posted: 20 Jun 2017 12:36 AM PDT
In an update on the cholera outbreak in Yemen, as of June 17, 158,960 suspected cholera cases and 1,100 deaths have been reported in 20 of the 23 governorates and 83 percent of the districts.
The four most affected governorates are Amanat Al Asimah (Sana'a city), Al Hudaydah, Amran and Hajjah with 49.6 percent of the cases reported since Apr. 27.
According to the international non-governmental organization,
Save the Children, at least one child is infected every minute.
An average of 105 children are contracting cholera/acute watery diarrhea (AWD) every hour - or one every 35 seconds.
More than 30 people a day are already dying, many of them children and thousands could perish with up to 300,000 cases predicted in the coming months.
Yemen's crippled infrastructure, food insecurity, failing economy and the ongoing war, mean many are unable to seek out help in time, with hospitals overwhelmed and short of supplies.
The situation is particularly bad in more remote parts of the country with little or no access to health services.
War, near-famine conditions and a complete breakdown in basic social services, including affordable transportation and access to clean water, are making the outbreak worse.


Nishinoshima Island eruption after year and a half : 2014-2015 eruptions saw the island's surface area expand at a remarkable rate
Posted: 20 Jun 2017 12:09 AM PDT
Nishinoshima Island is erupting again after about a year and a half, and the level of volcanic activity is about the same as the 2014-2015 eruptions that saw the island's surface area expand at a remarkable rate, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA)'s Meteorological Research Institute announced on June 19.
Based on analysis of gases emanating from the volcano in the Ogasawara Island chain, the institute believes there is a steady supply of magma and the eruption is likely to continue for some time.
The JMA observation vessel Keifu Maru took the readings from May 25 to 27, and recorded Strombolian eruptions -- small to medium explosive lava eruptions -- about once every 46 seconds. The JMA also observed Vulcanian eruptions -- short and violent explosions -- about once an hour, scattering ash and other ejecta around the area.
The volcano is spewing out about 500 metric tons of sulfur dioxide per day, indicating a high level of activity not seen on Nishinoshima since October 2015.
The Nishinoshima volcano began erupting in November 2013, calming down again almost exactly two years later.
It began erupting once more in April this year.
"It's very rare to be able to observe a volcano re-erupting," commented research institute volcanologist Akimichi Takagi.


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