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Resource ID: #2903
Subject: Pollution
Source: Los Angeles Times Magazine
Date: 1989-05-28


Los Angeles Times Magazine reports on the contamination of Kesterson Reservoir, and one scientist's struggle to have the problem cleaned up naturally by bioremediation; tells how high levels of selenium found at the reservoir were caused by irrigation waste waters; and explains how the government's first solution, to turn the reservoir into a toxic dump, was scrapped in favor of burying the contaminated soil under truckloads of dirt.

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