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Cleanup work on an oil spill in the Texas Intercoastal Canal, using a “control boom”.

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Cleanup work on an oil spill in the Texas Intercoastal Canal, using a “control boom”.

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Cleanup work on an oil spill in the Texas Intercoastal Canal, using a “control boom”.

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Cleanup work on an oil spill in the Texas Intercoastal Canal, using a “control boom”.

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Cleanup work on an oil spill in the Texas Intercoastal Canal, using a “control boom”.

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Cleanup work on an oil spill in the Texas Intercoastal Canal, using a “control boom”.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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DC3 planes blanket housing developments in marsh areas with a mixture of diesel fuel and malathion to kill off mosquitoes.

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Vernal pools like this one in California’s central valley are home to a number of unique species that have carved their niche in these seasonally flooded areas. Development and pollution from agricultural run off threaten the vernal pool habitat.

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DC3 planes blanket housing developments in marsh areas with a mixture of diesel fuel and malathion to kill off mosquitoes.

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DC3 planes blanket housing developments in marsh areas with a mixture of diesel fuel and malathion to kill off mosquitoes.

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Flooding around an oil refinery near Old Ocean in Texas’ coastal plain.

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DC3 planes blanket housing developments in marsh areas with a mixture of diesel fuel and malathion to kill off mosquitoes.

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The Houston ship channel flows through what used to be native coastal prairie. Industrial development and sprawl from the city have greatly reduced the range of the Attwater’s prairie-chicken and other wildlife to small pockets of grassland habitat.

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A “tipi burner” burns scrap wood at a lumber mill near Canmore, Alberta, Canada.

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Freshly-cut old-growth logs near a village on the Capim River in Brazil.

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Smoke from a lumber mill and other industries in Paragominas, Brazil on the Amazon River.

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Mule deer outside the old arsenal building at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR in Colorado. The area was declared a Superfund cleanup site because of pollution from the US Government’s chemical weapons manufacturing.

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Mule deer outside the old arsenal building at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR in Colorado. The area was declared a Superfund cleanup site because of pollution from the US Government’s chemical weapons manufacturing.

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Mule deer outside the old arsenal building at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR in Colorado. The area was declared a Superfund cleanup site because of pollution from the US Government’s chemical weapons manufacturing.

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Mule deer outside the old arsenal building at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR in Colorado. The area was declared a Superfund cleanup site because of pollution from the US Government’s chemical weapons manufacturing.

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Mule deer outside the old arsenal building at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR in Colorado. The area was declared a Superfund cleanup site because of pollution from the US Government’s chemical weapons manufacturing.

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Mule deer outside the old arsenal building at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR in Colorado. The area was declared a Superfund cleanup site because of pollution from the US Government’s chemical weapons manufacturing.

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Mule deer outside the old arsenal building at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR in Colorado. The area was declared a Superfund cleanup site because of pollution from the US Government’s chemical weapons manufacturing.

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Mule deer outside the old arsenal building at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR in Colorado. The area was declared a Superfund cleanup site because of pollution from the US Government’s chemical weapons manufacturing.

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Mule deer outside the old arsenal building at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR in Colorado. The area was declared a Superfund cleanup site because of pollution from the US Government’s chemical weapons manufacturing.

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After trying unsuccessfully to disentangle a female Northern fur seal at a rookery with a hook fastened to a pole, biologists try to rope her pup in order to get her to hold still long enough for them to free her from the debris that will cause her death if she grows any more. (St. George Island in Alaska’s Pribilofs) Islands.

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