Scientists have identified a dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico that's as large as New Jersey, the biggest ever recorded. Farming pollutants and algae are the culprits, but a solution is possible, one expert argues, if Midwest farmers engage in more crop rotation.
Gulf of Mexico dead zone is biggest ever recorded
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