ENENews: “Unprecedented emergency statewide fishing closures enacted in Pacific Northwest — “We’ve never had to do anything like this” It has begun. It was only a matter of time. Both Chernobyl and Fukushima shows it takes about four years to be visible in the wildlife.


It has begun. It was only a matter of time. Both Chernobyl and Fukushima shows it takes about four years to be visible in the wildlife. Chernobyl was bad enough, but Fukushima has never ended. Shows you what we are in store for in the future. Slow death by Fukushima! The news media will not risk an all out panic by the masses, they will continue to lie to you, while you poison yourselves to death with radioactive foods. Now for the story, but don’t expect mainstream media to tell you the truth:

Unprecedented emergency statewide fishing closures enacted in Pacific Northwest — “We’ve never had to do anything like this” — “Very alarming” mass die-offs linked to disease outbreak — Nearly 100% infection rate in some areas — Rotting gills, distended bellies — NOAA: It’s a ‘head scratcher’ (VIDEOS)
Published: July 17th, 2015 at 2:26 pm ET
By ENENews
http://enenews.com/emergency-statewide-fishing-closures-pacific-northwest-unprecedented-weve-never-anything-like-before-disease-causing-very-alarming-mass-die-100-infection-rate-areas-rotting-gills-distended?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ENENews+%28Energy+News%29

KTVZ, Jul 16, 2015 (emphasis added): Restricting fishing in Oregon streams and rivers for the first time ever… Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife announced it’s taking drastic measures… they’ve never had to do this before… ODFW: “We’re starting to see fish kills in more places than we typically do. This is a pretty extreme set of conditions.”
http://www.ktvz.com/news/odfw-curbs-fishing-statewide-due-to-warm-low-water/34203106

Statesman Journal, Jul 16, 2015: [ODFW is taking] an unprecedented step… The move comes on the heels of multiple fish die-offs… “We’ve never had to do anything like this before — we’re in new territory,” said [ODFW’s] Bruce McIntosh.
http://www.statesmanjournal.com/story/news/2015/07/16/afternoon-fishing-shut-oregon-rivers/30253113/

Mail Tribune (Oregon), Jul 16, 2015: Emergency fishing closures go statewide
http://www.nbcrightnow.com/story/29568685/drought-conditions-prompt-fishing-closures-restrictions-on-numerous-rivers


Spokesman Review, Jul 17, 2015: Washington Fish and Wildlife Department officials are enacting fishing restrictions involving 38 rivers… emergency rules take effect on Saturday.
http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2015/jul/17/drought-prompts-fishing-limits-on-38-rivers-in/

AP, Jul 9, 2015: Fisheries biologist Rod French said [dead salmon] appeared to have been infected with a gill rot disease

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/d8eda6ab68f54cc8b35080ca1eac61c4/stress-heat-drought-fish-spurs-push-reduce-kills

The Oregonian, Jul 10, 2015: Scores of dead salmon are washing ashore… mortality rates are rapidly rising for juvenile fish near John Day Dam… [French] said it appears the fish are dying from a bacterial infection… “It’s very alarming that we’re seeing them this early,” he said… [Paul Wagner, NOAA fisheries biologist] called it a head scratcher. The die-offs seem to be associated with disease, he said.
http://www.oregonlive.com/environment/index.ssf/2015/07/deschutes_salmon_deaths_add_to.html

Siskiyou Daily (Calif.), May 19, 2015: Klamath Fish Health Assessment Team has raised its level of alert… due to an increased detection of a deadly disease…. Chinook salmon tested in two reaches of the Klamath River… reached a 100-percent prevalence of infection [for] one of the deadliest salmon diseases… [Juveniles] have been found with… distended bellies, pale-colored gill and gill erosion… [N]ear the Scott and Klamath rivers confluence… 86 out of 120 showing distended bellies and 87 out of 114 showing pale gills…
http://www.siskiyoudaily.com/article/20150519/NEWS/150519690

OPB, Jun 9, 2015: More than half of the 3-inch long Chinook in the [Klamath River] trap are either dead or showing signs of a serious parasitic infection… nearly 100 percent of Chinook caught in this fish trap in early May were infected.

(chinook all have bacterial infections that will kill them all)
http://earthfix.info/news/article/salmon-killing-parasite/

KATU (Portland), Jul 10, 2015: Salmon and trout, even sturgeon, are dying like never before… on the Deschutes, Santiam, Mackenzie, Clackamas, and other rivers.

KGW (Portland), Jul 7, 2015: It just seems like it’s getting worse… the issue certainly hasn’t improved since we reported on it 2 weeks ago… Chinook salmon, even some sturgeon, continue to wash up… Several fishermen I spoke with down here today, well they’re worried… Pretty much everywhere you look… dead fish… Starting last month, Chinook salmon began washing up… far short of their spawning grounds… It’s all the talk among local fisherman, “I’ve lived here about 25 years, and I’m an avid fishermen. I’ve never seen any fish like this on the bank as much as I’ve seen this year.”
http://www.kgw.com/videos/news/local/2015/07/07/dead-chinook-salmon-continue-to-wash-up/29845937/

KOIN (Portland), Jun 19, 2015: Is this a really big concern right now? Very much so… “I’ve never seen it like that before“… The Chinook are on their way back from the ocean… Fishermen are coming up empty and are worried.
http://koin.com/2015/06/19/warm-water-leads-to-chinook-salmon-deaths/

KGW, Jun 22, 2015: A startling site… Chinook salmon dying in the rivers… Biologists counted more than 100 on just a 3 mile stretch… We came down here this morning expecting to find 1, maybe 2, dead Chinook salmon. Boy, were we wrong — you can find them about every 20 yards… one after another… Have you ever seen that before? “Never, ever, ever, ever.” Jeannie Brooks has been fishing [here] with her dad for decades, never before had she seen this… “I looked all the way down and thought, what are all these dead fish doing here?”
http://www.kgw.com/videos/news/local/2015/06/22/warm-river-temps-blamed-for-salmon-deaths/29141261/

KPTV (Oregon), Jun 19, 2015: One after another… “I never saw a dead fish, ever, here.”
http://www.kptv.com/story/29364356/warmer-temps-leading-to-dead-salmon-along-willamette-clackamas-rivers

KGW, Jul 9, 2015: [A diver] told us what he’s been seeing under the surface… there are salmon sitting dead in spots on the Clakamas River bottom… littered here and there.
http://www.kgw.com/story/news/2015/07/09/salmon-warm-water-drought-fish-death/29908103/

Watch: KTVZ | KATU | KGW | KOIN | KGW| KPTV | KGW

ENENews: Expert: Disease outbreak on US West Coast is largest ever seen in any population of animals — Tens of millions dead


Expert: Disease outbreak on US West Coast is largest ever seen in any population of animals — Tens of millions dead — Official: Gov’t needs to declare emergency before extinction occurs — Many scientists believed radiation from Fukushima to blame (VIDEO)
http://enenews.com/expert-disease-outbreak-west-coast-largest-ever-in-animal-population-vide?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ENENews+%28Energy+News%29
Published: March 14th, 2015 at 6:58 am ET
By ENENews
http://enenews.com/expert-disease-outbreak-west-coast-largest-ever-in-animal-population-vide?

McClatchy, Mar 13, 2015 (emphasis added): With millions of starfish dying all along the West Coast [and] disintegrating into mush [Congressman Denny Heck wants NOAA] to declare “sea star wasting syndrome” an emergency before the starfish becomes extinct.

National Geographic, Jan 23, 2015: [It’s killed] tens of millions of sea stars.

Cornell Prof. Drew Harvell, sea star researcher, Mar 13, 2015: “There has never been an outbreak of disease in natural populations of animals that I know that’s been this large.”

Newport Beach official Michelle Clemente: “All of our area’s sea stars have disintegrated”

Russian gov’t news service (Sputnik), Mar 12, 2015: Many researchers initially believed radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster could be at the heart of the disease… Dr. Peter Raimondi of the University of California at Santa Cruz [believed] the power plant contaminated the water, propagating the disease which the simple immune system of the starfish would not be able to fight off… “One of the byproducts is obviously nuclear radiation discharge…” he added. Today, scientists are less convinced that Fukushima is to blame, citing the fact that [1] awareness of the disease predates the disaster, [2] the die-offs are observable on both US coasts, and [3] other marine life doesn’t appear to be affected.

[1] Is it a fact this disease predates the 2011 arrival of the Fukushima plume on the West Coast?

Melissa Miner, researcher who works for Dr. Raimondi (at 18:30): “The Olympic coast was the first place, in June 2013, where we saw the disease.”
Miner (at 4:45): “This is very different from prior events…It’s not associated w/ warm water … Populations really [got] hit hard over the winter, this has never happened… The other big difference… is the geographic extent is much, much larger than we’ve ever seen.”
[2] Is it a fact the die-offs are observable on both US coasts?

Miner (50:45 in): “I think it was just a few-month epidemic on the East Coast of the US… My feeling, because we have not heard a lot about it, is that it sort of disappeared. It just lasted a few months and then was gone.”
[3] Is it a fact other marine life doesn’t appear to be affected?

“Researchers are now keeping an eye on other echinoderms, such as sea urchins and sea cucumbers. Wasting has been observed in those animals… ‘We’re seeing urchins in southern California with lesions in areas where stars were dying’ [said Miner].” -Source

Miner (43:15 in): “People are really watching closely [if] it will spread… We’ve had isolated observations of sick urchins and sea cucumbers w/ lesions and other odd looking things.”
What about the reported surge in baby sea stars? “‘It’s not a coast-wide phenomenon at all,’ said Miner… as few as four of 70 long-term sites [have] greater than normal numbers… ‘I was trying really hard to find juveniles and I couldn’t find any,’ said [Chrissy McLean].” -Source

What about reports that wasting mystery is solved? “No one knows what might have triggered such widespread wasting, although scientists [published a paper identifying] densovirus… rather than environmental pollutants, such as the oft-suggested [Fukushima] radiation… They found the virus in a Connecticut aquarium where mass die-offs had not been observed, as well as in preserved sea stars from 1942… Miner, who is one of the paper’s authors [said] “It’s likely that other environmental factors have pushed stars to the limit” -Source

View Miner’s presentation here

RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service


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2014-10-17 04:16:17 – Biological Hazard – USA

EDIS Code: BH-20141017-45665-USA
Date&Time: 2014-10-17 04:16:17 [UTC]
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
State/Prov.: State of California,
Location: San Diego County,
City:

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A deer mouse trapped in Fallbrook tested positive for hantavirus, which can cause a potentially deadly respiratory disease, the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health reported Thursday. The mouse was the seventh captured rodent this year to have hantavirus. County officials said San Diegans need to be careful when cleaning up rodent droppings. “The best way to protect yourself is to avoid exposure,” said DEH Director Elizabeth Pozzebon. “But if you have to clean an area where rodents have been, don’t sweep or vacuum. Use wet-cleaning methods.” Hantavirus is not easily transmitted to humans, but if it happens, it can lead to hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, which the county said is fatal 38 percent of the time. The disease starts off like the flu, but respiratory problems set in that can be deadly.

The name of Hazard: Hantavirus
Species: Animal
Status: Confirmed

Posted:2014-10-17 04:16:17 [UTC]