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16/04/2014 07:21:08

Author Topic: What causes ocean deadzones?  (Read 3337 times)

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Ocean deadzones are triggered by nitrogen-fuelled bursts of microorganisms. So how does this happen and what can we do to combat it? In her third article in this series, Robinson Fulweiler dives beneath the waves to explore the chemistry of denitrification...

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