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As the surging waters of the Mississippi pass downstream, they leave behind flooded towns and inundated lives and carry forward a brew of farm chemicals and waste that this year — given record flooding — is expected to result in the largest dead zone ever in the Gulf of Mexico.
Originally posted by CitizenNum287119327
Not looking good for the gulf.
A toxic soup mix and i think worse things than farm chemicals will be in the river.
A gulf oil, hydro-carbons,corexit, and phosphate fertilizers, boom?
Is it possible that a stagnant, dead gulf will hold higher water temperatures?
would that result in a higher risk of bigger hurricanes/tornados?