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Pollution - New River Photos
Pollution - New River
Untreated farm irrigation runoff containing pesticides and fertilizers flows directly into an already highly polluted New River.
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Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea Images
Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea
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Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea
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Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea Pictures
Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea
The Salton Sea has been in decline for years. Large scale fish die offs have become annual summer events since the late nineties. The major causes are believed to be the ever increasing salinity pollution from Mexico via the New River and agricultural runoff from the surrounding farmland on the southern end of the Sea. The pollutants include huge quantities of raw sewage industrial waste farm fertilizers and pesticides.
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Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea
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Pictures of Pollution - New River
Pollution - New River
The New River is one of the most severely polluted rivers of its size in the United States. It runs only 15 miles from the town of Mexicali in Mexico north to the Salton Sea in Southern California. Its contaminated with raw sewage industrial waste including heavy metals such as selenium arsenic and mercury and farming generated pollutants such as pesticides and fertilizers.
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Pollution - New River
In addition to the sewage and industrial waste pollution the New River flows directly through several city dumps as it passes through Mexicali.
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Pollution - New River Stock Photography
Pollution - New River
The New River is one of the most severely polluted rivers of its size in the United States. It runs only 15 miles from the town of Mexicali in Mexico north to the Salton Sea in Southern California. Its contaminated with raw sewage industrial waste including heavy metals such as selenium arsenic and mercury and farming generated pollutants such as pesticides and fertilizers.
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Pollution - New River Photos
Pollution - New River
Sign marking the New River as it passes under interstate 8.
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Pollution - New River Images
Pollution - New River
Sign marking the New River as it passes under interstate 8.
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Pollution - New River
The New River is one of the most severely polluted rivers of its size in the United States. It runs only 15 miles from the town of Mexicali in Mexico north to the Salton Sea in Southern California. Its contaminated with raw sewage industrial waste including heavy metals such as selenium arsenic and mercury and farming generated pollutants such as pesticides and fertilizers.
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Pollution - New River Pictures
Pollution - New River
In addition to the sewage and industrial waste pollution the New River flows directly through several city dumps as it passes through Mexicali.
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Stock photos of Pollution - New River
Pollution - New River
The New River is one of the most severely polluted rivers of its size in the United States. It runs only 15 miles from the town of Mexicali in Mexico north to the Salton Sea in Southern California. Its contaminated with raw sewage industrial waste including heavy metals such as selenium arsenic and mercury and farming generated pollutants such as pesticides and fertilizers.
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Pollution - New River
Sign marking the New River as it passes under interstate 8.
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Stock images of Pollution - New River
Pollution - New River
The New River is one of the most severely polluted rivers of its size in the United States. It runs only 15 miles from the town of Mexicali in Mexico north to the Salton Sea in Southern California. Its contaminated with raw sewage industrial waste including heavy metals such as selenium arsenic and mercury and farming generated pollutants such as pesticides and fertilizers.
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Pollution - New River Stock Photography
Pollution - New River
The New River is one of the most severely polluted rivers of its size in the United States. It runs only 15 miles from the town of Mexicali in Mexico north to the Salton Sea in Southern California. Its contaminated with raw sewage industrial waste including heavy metals such as selenium arsenic and mercury and farming generated pollutants such as pesticides and fertilizers.
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Pollution - New River Photos
Pollution - New River
The New River is one of the most severely polluted rivers of its size in the United States. It runs only 15 miles from the town of Mexicali in Mexico north to the Salton Sea in Southern California. Its contaminated with raw sewage industrial waste including heavy metals such as selenium arsenic and mercury and farming generated pollutants such as pesticides and fertilizers.
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Pollution - New River Images
Pollution - New River
Along with the pollution litter such as discarded plastic bottles and styrofoam cups and containers collect along the banks of the New River.
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Pollution - New River
Along with the pollution litter such as discarded plastic bottles and styrofoam cups and containers collect along the banks of the New River.
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Pollution - New River Pictures
Pollution - New River
Untreated farm irrigation runoff containing pesticides and fertilizers flows directly into an already highly polluted New River.
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Stock photos of Pollution - New River
Pollution - New River
Untreated farm irrigation runoff containing pesticides and fertilizers flows directly into an already highly polluted New River.
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Pictures of Pollution - New River
Pollution - New River
Untreated farm irrigation runoff containing pesticides and fertilizers flows directly into an already highly polluted New River.
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Pollution - Litter Trash
Discarded Styrofoam cups line an irrigation canal outside of El Centro.
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Pollution - Litter Trash Stock Photography
Pollution - Litter Trash
Discarded Styrofoam cups line an irrigation canal outside of El Centro.
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Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea Photos
Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
The Salton Sea has been in decline for years. Large scale fish die offs have become annual summer events since the late nineties. The major causes are believed to be the ever increasing salinity pollution from Mexico via the New River and agricultural runoff from the surrounding farmland on the southern end of the Sea. The pollutants include huge quantities of raw sewage industrial waste farm fertilizers and pesticides.
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Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea Images
Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
As an example of the scale of past fish die offs it was estimated that 7.6 million fish died during a single day event on August 12 1999.
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Stock photography of Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
The Salton Sea has been in decline for years. Large scale fish die offs have become annual summer events since the late nineties. The major causes are believed to be the ever increasing salinity pollution from Mexico via the New River and agricultural runoff from the surrounding farmland on the southern end of the Sea. The pollutants include huge quantities of raw sewage industrial waste farm fertilizers and pesticides.
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Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea Pictures
Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
As an example of the scale of past fish die offs it was estimated that 7.6 million fish died during a single day event on August 12 1999.
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| Fish Die Offs | New River | Pollution | Salton Sea | Tilapia |

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