For oxygen in the Sound, which is more important: the size of a sewage plant or its location?

The answer may surprise you.

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What’s the Prognosis for Long Island Sound’s Fish? We Asked the Doctor

Several factors causing major issues in Long Island Sound.

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Mussels and seaweed have the potential to help clean up Long Island Sound

While communities are investing heavily to upgrade sewage treatment plants and keep nitrogen out of Long Island Sound, researchers are studying whether mussels and kelp might be effective in removing it once it gets there.

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Observation Friday: Hypoxia Threatens LIS This Summer

This week’s Observation Friday has Tom Andersen, author of This Fine Piece of Water, providing his thoughts on the severity of this year’s low-oxygen problem: Water quality in the western end of Long Island Sound this summer is not good – almost shockingly so considering the generally decent conditions of recent years. In roughly 18 […]

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