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Hidden : 6/27/2010
2 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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DBMC stands for
-Denihike's BioMagnification Challenge-

The serries is seven caches placed along the Yana Trail. This Second one is fairly easy, just off the Yana Trail.

On the inside of the lids, of the first six caches, there are numbers. The numbers are printed on little colored price stickers. Sometimes there is only one color, sometimes there are two. In order to complete the serries, and beat the challenge, you must write down the numbers, and the colors, to find the last cache in the serries!!!!

Here is a list of the caches in the serries

DBMC -Start-
DBMC -Air-
DBMC-Sea Birds-

BioMagnification usually begins with pollutants becoming airborn. One study looked at how Mercury level were reaching into the artic. Coal burning in China puts murcury into the atmosphere, where the wind currents take it into the artic, and it gets deposited in the snowfall, hundreds of miles away. Spray applications of pesticides for farming, are a major source of toxic substances that work thier way into the food chain.

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