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New research shows that scientists’ earlier estimates of how much iron was dissolving into seawater off the world’s coastlines may have been wide of the mark.
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Scientists fear that farm chemicals carried from fields into the Mississippi River by this spring’s record floods will create the largest “dead zone” the Gulf of Mexico has seen since measurements were first taken in 1985. (more)
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