Three million fish die in the Salton Sea
Monday, August 7, 2006
The annual fish kill in the Salton Sea reached 3 million this year, the largest since 1999. Tom Fudge speaks with two Salton Sea experts to find out why the fish died and what should be done to clean up the smelly mess.
- Stuart Herlbert (pictured) , director of the Center for Inland Water at San Diego State University.
- Jack Crayon , associate biologist in the Salton Sea Program at the California Department of Fish and Game.
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