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Marine iguanas die from trace oil pollution.

Por: Wikelski, M., Wong, Vanessa, Chevalier, B., Rattenborg, N., Snell, Howard L.
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelArtículoEditor: 2002Descripción: : 607-608. Artículo.Materia(s): Marine iguanas die from trace oil pollution. oil pollution--effects--marine iguanas Derrame de petroleo--efectos--iguanas marinasClasificación CDD: 597.95 | 597.95 En: Nature 417 Issue 6889 (6 June 2002)Resumen: Oil tanker Jessica ran aground on the Galapagos island of San Cristóbal on 17 January 2001, spilling roughly three million litres of diesel and bunker oil. The slick started to spread westwards and was dispersed by strong currents, so only a few marine animals were killed immediately as a result. Long-term data sets gathered before the spill to show that a population of marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) on Santa Fe island suffered a massive 62% mortality in the year after the accident, due to a small amount of residual oil contamination in the sea
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Oil tanker Jessica ran aground on the Galapagos island of San Cristóbal on 17 January 2001, spilling roughly three million litres of diesel and bunker oil. The slick started to spread westwards and was dispersed by strong currents, so only a few marine animals were killed immediately as a result. Long-term data sets gathered before the spill to show that a population of marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) on Santa Fe island suffered a massive 62% mortality in the year after the accident, due to a small amount of residual oil contamination in the sea

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