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This Geotimes article gives a brief overview of the New Jersey dead zone. Unlike the Mississippi delta hypoxia, which is thought to occur from nutrient overloading from farms along the Mississippi River, oceanographers...
Information on the Chesapeake Bay, the critical issues for its management and restoration, recent dissolved oxygen and SAV trends, and the USGS Ecosystem Response Project. Site includes maps, figures, and links that...
This Louisiana Sea Grant College Program site offers a collection of websites regarding Gulf of Mexico hypoxia, or "dead zones" created by reduced dissolved oxygen content in the water. This collection includes general...
This comprehensive PowerPoint presentation educates students about dead zones. While it concentrates on the Gulf of Mexico dead zone, it also cites other dead zones worldwide. The presentation shows how nutrient...
This site provides a collection of USGS websites that address monitoring and assessment, modeling, and research involving the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. These sites detail the relationship between poor water quality...

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