Fish kill in Isabela town
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A massive fish kill has been monitored in Isabel, Negros Occidental. The affected villages were Tinongan and Panaquaio, said Municipal Agriculturist Arturo Calma. Dead fishes, including tilapia, mudfish and eel, were found floating at the Binalbagan River that connects the barangays on May 23.
Acupan, F. (2016, May 28). Fish kill in Isabela town. Panay News, p. 12.
Fish kill; Fish; Freshwater fish; Aquaculture; Tests; Rivers; Sulphur; Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office; Municipal Agriculture Office; Office of the Provincial Agriculturist's Fisheries Division; Provincial Disaster Management and Program Division (PDMPD); Calma, Arturo; Española, Constancio Jr.; Caelian, Zeaphard Gerhart
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