Northwest Public Radio

Two-Headed Trout Spur Scrutiny of Mine Pollution: Dennis Lemly is a research biologist with the U.S. Forest Service and a professor at Wake Forest University in North Carolina. He says the EPA is revisiting its decades-old selenium standards. And the dueling studies in southeast Idaho could have an impact on how strict those standards will ultimately be. “The smoking gun of course is the two-headed trout. Because once you see that condition, you know you’ve got a serious problem.” (Radio Interview)

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