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The hypoxic zone in the Gulf of Mexico is an area of low dissolved oxygen that cannot support most marine life.

Learn about the issues that affect the causes, location, magnitude and duration of the hypoxic zone, and the feasibility of management and control options in the Mississippi River Basin and Gulf to reduce it.

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