NPR series, Published: August 6, 2012
This summer, extreme heat and drought have brought on larger than normal "fish kills" throughout the Midwest. Fish are dying by the tens of thousands. All Things Considered host Audie Cornish speaks with Aaron Woldt, Fisheries Program Supervisor for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Midwestern Region, about what's happening in these waters.
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Listen >> NPR: Midwest Fish Kills Exacerbated by Record Heat
TEACHING NOTES / CONTEXT FOR USE
This material can be used to explain how climate change is effecting wildlife, specifically through the fish kills.
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