Mussel Deaths Tied to Climate Change Researchers studying California blue mussels are learning more about how plants and animals react as the Earth warms up. They've focused on a mussel die-off in Washington and Oregon.
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Mussel Deaths Tied to Climate Change

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Mussel Deaths Tied to Climate Change

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Researchers studying California blue mussels are learning more about how plants and animals react as the Earth warms up. They've focused on a mussel die-off in Washington and Oregon. NPR's Richard Harris reports.