David Caron

University of Southern California

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Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Southern California

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There's been a small-scale epidemic of dolphins and sea lions dead or dying on Southern California beaches of late, but they're just the on-shore evidence of a deadly poison that's…

Toxic Algae Kills Local Sea Lions and Dolphins

There's been a small-scale epidemic of dolphins and sea lions dead or dying on Southern California beaches of late, but they're just the on-shore evidence of a deadly poison that's…

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