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    Death by dirty water: Storm runoff a risk for fish
    POULSBO, Wash. (AP) -- November 17, 2014 -- Just hours into the experiment, the prognosis was grim for salmon that had been submerged in rain runoff collected from one of Seattle's busiest highways. One by one, the fish were removed from a tank filled with coffee-colored water and inspected: They were rigid. Their typically red gills were gray.
    As climate changes, spring’s early arrival alters Gulf of Maine ecosystem
    November 13, 2014 -- Spring is arriving earlier than it used to in the Gulf of Maine, increasing average water temperatures and affecting the migratory patterns of fish species that are key to Maine’s marine ecosystem and coastal economy, according to a new federal report.
    Nine sea turtles rescued from Cape Cod Bay
    November 9, 2014 -- The Massachusetts Audubon Society rescued nine very cold Kemp’s ridley turtles, a critically endangered species, in Cape Cod Bay over the weekend.
    Shrimp depletion in Gulf of Maine part of a pattern across the globe
    November 7, 2014 -- Populations of the cold-water species are down across their normal range as warming seas affect their ability to reproduce.

    "Super" Typhoon Headed Toward Bering Sea
    November 4, 2014 -- A very large storm, the largest Alaska has seen in many years, is heading toward the Bering Sea.  KDLG’s Thea Card spoke with the National Weather Service and filed this report.
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