Blue Fish News – October 25, 2020

Saskatchewan Fish Tracking Research, Lake Athabasca, and Uranium Mines

In this October 25, 2020 issue of the Blue Fish Canada News we begin with a focus on Saskatchewan and the University of Regina’s Somers Lab and their ground-breaking fish tracking research, and how such research could prove instrumental in advancing uranium mine reclamation along the shore of Lake Athabasca. As always, we include a specially curated list of summaries and Links to timely fishing, fish health, water quality and other news, and close with a spotlight guest resource selected to inform and inspire our readers .

Gunnar mine site being decommissioned – a huge industrial site next to the water

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