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Excess Nitrogen Polluting Sea Tracked to Sewage Plant

News   Apr 05, 2019 | Original story by Tim Stephens for the University of California Santa Cruz.

 
Excess Nitrogen Polluting Sea Tracked to Sewage Plant

Groundwater carrying excess nutrients from treated sewage enters coastal waters through submarine freshwater seeps in the reef off the coast of Maui. Credit: Peter Swarzenski, USGS.

 
 
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