FAU's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute via twitter

A study linking Floridians’ seafood consumption, dolphins, and increased levels of mercury is leading researchers to say dolphins may be the key to identifying public health risks in humans.

On average, Floridians consume more seafood than the general U.S. population. And, human exposure to mercury tends to come from the consumption of fish and shellfish. Too much could become a health hazard.

This week on the Splendid Table, National Geographic explorer Barton Seaver joins us with his take on seasonal seafood. He is the author of “For Cod and Country”.

Tea merchant Bill Waddington introduces us to the newest category of teas just discovered in China, dark tea, and the Sterns are at the Sweet Water Café in Marquette, MI.

Sunday, March 30, 2013,  8pm -88.9, WFSU-FM / 7pm-89.1, WFSW-FM