Chemistry in the Gulf of Mexico

shared by dennison on Feb 01, 2012 in Science

Chemistry in the Gulf of Mexico

shared by dennison on Feb 01, 2012 in Science

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Excess nutrients from the Mississippi River feed phytoplankton and cause large blooms. When the phytoplankton die, they sing to the bottom where bacteria use oxygen to degrade the dead cells. This I...
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