The North Atlantic right whale is among the species that could be affected by seismic testing off the Atlantic coast. Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling is among those opposing federal permits that would allow seismic testing companies to harass marine life as an unintentional byproduct of their process.
The North Atlantic right whale is among the species that could be affected by seismic testing off the Atlantic coast. Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling is among those opposing federal permits that would allow seismic testing companies to harass marine life as an unintentional byproduct of their process. Stock photo Georgia Department of Natural Resources
The North Atlantic right whale is among the species that could be affected by seismic testing off the Atlantic coast. Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling is among those opposing federal permits that would allow seismic testing companies to harass marine life as an unintentional byproduct of their process. Stock photo Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling renews push against seismic testing as a deadline nears

July 03, 2017 01:07 PM

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