The Sound’s mid-July oxygen readings are some of the best ever. Why? And will it hold out in a traditionally brutal August?

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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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2013 Water Quality: Improved But Still Not Great Off Westchester and Nassau

The results are in: compared to last year, the summer of 2013 on Long Island Sound wasn’t so bad for marine life. Water quality as measured by dissolved oxygen improved over the dismal conditions in 2012 and only a relatively small area  saw drastically low dissolved readings.

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“Keeping Our Beaches Open” at the Larchmont Mamaroneck Summit

The scores of beach closings at Westchester County’s Long Island Sound beaches over the summer caught the attention recently of a civic group called the Larchmont Mamaroneck Local Summit, which organized its monthly breakfast discussion for October around the topic.

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How Is The Sound’s Dead Zone Shaping Up This Summer? Water Temperatures Could Be Critical

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