Study: Chesapeake Bay Seeing Signs of Dead Zone Recovery

Yahoo!: According to the Washington Post, researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science have found the Chesapeake Bay is showing signs of recovering from its pollution problem. Researchers specifically noted that they have found that oxygen-depleted dead zones, polluted areas that cannot support animal or plant life, have continued to decrease since nutrient pollution limits were established in the 1980s. Here are some facts about the Chesapeake......

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