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State officials want these California reservoir owners to warn people not to eat the fish

from Los Angeles Times

State water authorities and nine local water quality control boards are developing a statewide mercury control program aimed at reducing mercury levels and limiting consumption of contaminated fish at some of Southern California's most popular fishing destinations. One hundred and eighty reservoirs statewide are contaminated with excessive levels of mercury, according to studies of fish samples from more than 300 reservoirs conducted by the State Water Resources Control Board. more

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