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- Subject: Sex ratios
- From: "Rebecca Leighton Katers" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 19 Sep 1997 12:43:29 +0000
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I'm trying to find the citation or article
which states that sex ratios are
skewed in the offspring of women exposed to
dioxin during the Seveso, Italy, accident.
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Recent studies in Green Bay and Lake Michigan
show that 99% of the Yellow Perch population is
now male, and researchers are scrambling to find
the cause and cure before the perch die out.
Another study comparing clean and contaminated
populations of Yellow-headed Blackbirds in Green
Bay has also found seriously skewed sex ratios.
Rebecca Leighton Katers
Clean Water Action Council of N.E. Wisconsin
2220 Deckner Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54302