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Ogeechee study yields wealth of data
But cause of fish kill undetermined
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Georgia Southern students install a shallow well to sample groundwater adjacent to the Ogeechee early in the 2014–17 data collection phase of the multifaceted river study. (Photo courtesy Georgia Southern University)
A three-year, more than $1 million study of the Ogeechee River, funded by Milliken & Co. as a result of the 2011 fish kill downstream from King America Finishing, produced a "dashboard" of data researchers say can help provide early warnings of future trouble.
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