Wake Forest Professor Dennis Lemly has been fighting against selenium pollution for years. CEES featured his work on our site last year. Now, the Environmental Protection Agency is considering possible changes to current selenium standards. Lemly was featured in a recent interview with Northwest Public Radio. Lemly calls the discovery of a two-headed trout a “smoking gun” that shows there is a serious problem when it comes to mining pollution.
Two-Headed Trout is “Smoking Gun”
CEES Staff|2012-04-29T23:40:49-04:00April 29, 2012|