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50 Years on and Toxic DTT Still Lingers in Lakes

News   Jun 13, 2019 | Original story from the American Chemical Society.

 
50 Years on and Toxic DTT Still Lingers in Lakes

Five remote lakes in New Brunswick, Canada, still contain DDT in their sediments, decades after the insecticide was sprayed onto nearby trees. Credit: Joshua Kurek.

 
 
 

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