Researchers looking into the long term effects of the Pacific dead zones find some species weathering the storm
Grants Pass, OR—There’s good news, and there’s bad news. First let’s get the bad news out of the way; scientists think that the Pacific dead zones are still growing. These oxygen-depleted areas near the bottom of the ocean and large lakes can’t support life, and they’ve been concerning scientists and conservationists since the 70’s. But a new study, published last month in the journal Fisheries Oceanography, finds Continue reading Fish Discovered Surviving in Pacific Dead Zones→
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