Connecticut Sized Ocean DEAD Zone


Reef Life teams working on Sea Walls for rising oceans with Toxic Waste Absorption Capabilities so that pesticides and poisons can be held in the wall- NOT shipped out to kill fish in our already strained Oceans!

Scientists forecast that this year’s Gulf of Mexico dead zone – an area of low to no oxygen that can kill fish and marine life – will be approximately 5,898 sq. mi. or about the size of Connecticut, the same range as it has averaged over the last several years.

The dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico affects nationally important commercial and recreational fisheries. Hypoxic zones or “dead “zones” are caused by high levels of nutrients, primarily from activities such as industrialized agriculture and inadequate wastewater treatment.

For more information, visit www.noaa.gov

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