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(S+) Pollutant analysis of the Oder water: "It's like looking for a needle in a haystack"


Why does it take so long to examine the water of the Oder for pollutants? Biogeochemist Tobias Goldhammer explains the difficulties in finding the causes of fish deaths.

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An excavator shovels dead fish out of the Oder near Krajnik Dolny (Poland).

Photo: Marcin Bielecki / dpa

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Source: spiegel

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