Environment

October 20, 2012 7:44 AM

Research to track otters' response to seismic surveys

Experts have been capturing and tagging sea otters along the San Luis Obispo County coastline from Port San Luis to San Simeon in an attempt to learn how the otters will react to PG&E's planned high-energy seismic surveys that would be conducted offshore of Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.

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