Aquaculture Accused Of Causing Bay Pollution

SOUTH AUSTRALIA - A Louth Bay land owner says aquaculture on South Australia&#39;s Eyre Peninsula has caused visible pollution in a local bay.</b> <br><br> Madeline Shoeder owns Louth Bay Island and says the enclosed bay on the mainland has become boggy and slimy, seagrass is discoloured and brown algae covers the sea floor. <br><br> Ms Shoeder is calling for a moratorium on aquaculture in the area until its affects can be studied. <br><br> She says pollution in the bay should act as a warning for what is happening to the entire region. <br> <i>Source: abc news online</i>

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