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Breathing life into 'dead zone'

Stockholm : Sweden | Jul 23, 2012 at 4:34 AM PDT
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But help may be at hand thanks to the development of a number of technological solutions that aim to bring the dead zones back to life. Scientists in Sweden are testing an idea to pump oxygen into the Baltic Sea -- which separates Scandinavia from mainland Europe and is the world's largest man-made dead... FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
 
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