‘Dead zones’ likely off US West Coast

The NOAA research ship, ‘Ronald H. Brown’, has been collecting samples to better understand hypoxia Photo: NOAA

Data collected by NOAA has confirmed that a large area of poorly oxygenated water is growing off the coast of Washington and Oregon in the US, threatening to create ‘dead zones’ where bottom-dwelling species perish.

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