Chemicals 'of concern' flowing into Puget Sound, affecting marine life, scientists say
"I would say the number of chemicals that are in the environment are of concern," said Ruth Sofield, a professor of environmental toxicology at Western Washington University.
The Puget Sound is too often a dumping ground for hundreds of chemicals, according to researchers like Sofield.
Chemicals are making their way, "into wildlife, whether it's orcas or lower-trophic level organisms," Sofield said.
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