There’s a ‘dead zone’ in the Gulf of Mexico this summer that’s bigger than Connecticut

Doyle Rice | USA TODAY 5 August 2021 The annual Gulf of Mexico "dead zone" – a region of oxygen-depleted water off Louisiana and Texas that's harmful to sea life – is larger than average this summer, federal scientists from NOAA announced in a report out Tuesday. The zone this year is about 6,334 square miles, an [...]

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The ‘dead zone’ in the Gulf of Mexico is already bigger than the state of Connecticut

RT en Español 5 August 2021 The so-called 'dead zone' in the Gulf of Mexico, an area with little or no oxygen that can kill fish and all marine life, is larger than average this year ,  the National Oceanic Administration announced Tuesday. and US Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This phenomenon, which is repeated every year, is mainly caused by pollution [...]

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‘Dead Zone’ In Gulf Of Mexico Is Larger Than Average For 2021

Jessica Meszaros | WUSF Public Media - WUSF 89.7 4 August 2021 This year's hypoxic zone, or "dead zone", in the Gulf of Mexico is larger than average, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and its partners announced during a virtual press conference Tuesday. It is 6,334 square miles, or nearly 1,000 square miles more than the [...]

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