COAL TRAINS

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All photographs copyright Paul K. Anderson 2019 and may not be used without expressed written permission.

© 2019 by Paul K. Anderson

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A paraglider drifts above commercial shellfish beds as a BNSF coal unit train makes its way around Pidgeon Point jutting into Bellingham Bay. Ocean acidification caused by increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere is already affecting the Washington State shellfish industry. Ironically the 48 million tons of coal that would be shipped and burned in Asia from the proposed GPT coal terminal will significantly contribute to ocean acidification.