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Sewage Pollution: A Significant Threat to Coral Reefs

A toxic cocktail for corals ⎯ sewage pollution threatens coral reefs worldwide.

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Can Floodplain Forest Restoration Reduce the Gulf’s Dead Zone?

Can restoring floodplain forests in Indiana make a difference in reducing the Gulf of Mexico’s “dead zone”? A new study shows a great return on investment in using natural habitat to reduce nitrogen pollution.

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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Stephanie Wear

Marine scientist Stephanie Wear is on a conservation mission: to save coral reefs and, at the same time, improve the lives of the people living in coastal areas.

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