By: Suzie Greenhalgh and Amanda Sauer
The Dead Zone is an oxygen-depleted zone in the Gulf of Mexico, largely attributed to the loss of nitrogen from agricultural land in the Mississippi River Basin. This analysis explores a number of policy options that can be used to reduce nutrient loss from agricultural land within the Basin.
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