Frequency may signal early dead zone in bay

Frequency may signal early dead zone in bay By Ben RainesJuly 05, 2009; Press Register Mobile, Alabama PRESS-REGISTER If the frequency of Mobile Bay's famous jubilees are any indicator, the rivers that feed into the Mobile-Tensaw Delta are likely carrying one of the heaviest loads of fertilizers and other nutrients on record this year. That's [...]

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A&M researchers find dead zone off island

A&M researchers find dead zone off island By Bronwyn TurnerJuly 4, 2009; The Daily News Galveston County The Daily News Published July 4, 2009 GALVESTON — Researchers from Texas A&M University have fired up a new monitoring system on an offshore wind platform and detected a new “dead zone” in the Gulf south of Galveston. [...]

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Atchafalaya Flow Change Proposed

Atchafalaya Flow Change Proposed By Richard BurgessJul 5, 2009; The Advocate A mass of concrete and floodgates near the head of the Atchafalaya River acts as a faucet of sorts to control how much water flows out of the Mississippi River into the vast Atchafalaya Basin swamp. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has kept [...]

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Bay’s geography means that not every pound of pollution needs a pound of cure

Bay's geography means that not every pound of pollution needs a pound of cure By Karl BlankenshipJuly 1, 2009; Bay Journal When a pound of nitrogen washes off the streets of Bowie, MD, and into the Patuxent River, almost every ounce will end up in the Chesapeake's tidal waters. When a pound washes into the [...]

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