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Heming Bai

Hi, im doing a science fair project on the effect of temperature of waste water effect microorganisms in the water. i was just wondering if u have like the specific temperature of the water released from those nuclear power plants. If you do, can you please email it to me or tell me where i could find them. Thanks

Stephen Filler


Thanks for your comment. I dont have that information. You might want to check with Riverkeeper (http://www.riverkeeper.org), Union of Concerned Scientists (http://www.ucsusa.org) or Nuclear Information and Research Service (http://www.nirs.org/). For more info on fish kills related to nuclear plant emissions, see my article "One Fish, Two Fish, Dead Fish, Nuke Fish." http://www.nylawline.com/onefishtwofish.pdf


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