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This eventually creates an oxygen-poor dead zone, killing fish and other organisms.
The dead zone in the Gulf, 60 miles off the coasts of Louisiana and Texas, is one of the largest in the world and has more than doubled since the 1980s.
dead zone is an 8,500 square mile swath (about the size of New Jersey) of the Gulf of Mexico, not far from where the nutrient-laden Mississippi River, which drains farms up and down the Midwest, lets out.
However, the mechanical design does make them subject to certain limiting factors, including dead zone passing and switch differential movement, which may negatively affect the pressure switch's speed and precision capacities.
The Gulf of Mexico contains the largest dead zone in the Western Hemisphere: In 2008, it was measured at 8,000 square miles, and it is expected to surpass 10,000 square miles by year's end.
market was fractured by warring radio standards and dotted with dead zones.
Irish dead zones include many of the bestknown estuaries, such as those of the Barrow, Blackwater, Bandon, Slayney, Suir, and Feale rivers.
Leontios Christou, the man behind the wheel, hopes that when the Love Bus crosses the island's UN-patrolled dead zone it will help inject a much-needed dose of trust between the two sides ahead of long-awaited reunification talks next month.