Water21 December 2009 (Issue 11.6) pp16-19 © IWA Publishing
Hypoxic hopes: signs of progress for the Gulf of Mexico
By Jim Force
Each year, the world's second largest hypoxic zone develops in the Gulf of Mexico, severely impacting the hydrological environment. Jim Force looks at how recent initiatives regarding land use and water quality may help reduce nutrient levels entering the Gulf.
Keywords: nutrient levels
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