OCEAN DEAD ZONES
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Global Warming to Create "Permanent" Ocean Dead Zones-
Ocean Dead Zones Could Approach Mass Extinction
Science- Ocean 'dead zones' expanding worldwide
Marine dead zones set to expand rapidly
Coastal Dead Zones May Benefit Some Species, Scientist Finds
Climate change may be sparking new and bigger "dead zones"
Oceanic Dead Zones Continue to Spread
Gulf "Dead Zone" Threatens Ocean Life
Record-setting Dead Zones Predicted For Gulf Of Mexico, Chesapeake Bay
Some coastal woes begin far inland
Dead Zones Grow in the Gulf of Mexico
Ocean Dead Zones Growing; May Be Linked to Warming
News- Fertilizer Runoff Overwhelms Streams and Rivers--Creating Vast "Dead Zones"
Streams remove significant amounts of nitrogen, preventing downstream 'dead zones'
Red tide of death discovered in Southern Ocean
Ocean 'desert' zone extends to isles
Scientists blame ocean dead zones on climate change
Toxic Deep-Ocean Water Triggered "Great Dying"
Experts- Mississippi River needs help
Corn used in eco-fuel gets the blame for ocean's spreading 'dead zones'
Climate changes evident in West, experts say
Advocates want ocean testing expedited
Despite efforts, Bay ailing
Climate change brews ocean trouble
Tribe tries to resuscitate canal
Wind shifts devastate ocean life
Little Creatures, Big Blooms
Algae Toxin Identification Unravels Fish-kill Mystery
Dead zones in the water
Phosphorus Found To Be Another Culprit In Gulf Of Mexico's 'Dead Zone'
Troubled waters for ocean 'dead zones'
Researchers- ‘Dead zone’ in ocean near Oregon is over
Watershed Forest Said to Recede
Manganese Can Keep Toxic Hydrogen Sulfide Zones In Check In Aquatic Systems
Ocean 'dead zone' shows signs of reviving
Red tide lures researchers
Red Tide works its way into our area
Pacific 'Dead Zone' Said to Exceed Fears
'Dead zone' off Oregon is killing marine life
Is Climate Change to Blame for 'Dead Zone'-
Scientists- Global warming triggering fish-killing 'dead zone'
Marine "dead Zone" Off Oregon Is Spreading
Good, bad news on state of estuaries
Harmful Algal Blooms Monitored From Space
Plankton blooms linked to quakes
'Dead Zone' kills billions of mussels
Study confirms value of organic farming
Efforts to rescue Chesapeake Bay stalled
Researchers seek early warning signal for toxic algal blooms
Sewage Plant Turns Nose Up at Helping Bay
New England's red tide outbreak expanding
Gulf of Mexico "Dead Zone" Is Size of New Jersey
Puget Sound in declining health
NASA Study Finds Snow Melt Causes Large Ocean Plant Blooms
Ocean Ecosystems Plagued By Agricultural Runoff
OCEANS MORE VULNERABLE TO AGRICULTURAL RUNOFF THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT, STUDY FINDS
Increasing Nitrogen Pollution In Nation's Coastal Waters
Sardines may prevent toxic gas eruptions off the California and African coasts
Sea 'dead zones' threaten fish
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