More Low-Oxygen Waters Off Oregon Coast In 2009, But Wind Decrease Avoids ‘Dead Zones’

The Pacific Ocean off Oregon again experienced low-oxygen waters near the seafloor in summer of 2009, but the winds that fuel annual upwelling abated sufficiently in August and September to avoid severe hypoxia and the threat of biological “dead zones,” according to scientists.

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