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Plankton At Risk From Too Much Rain

An increase in rain and the resulting river runoff is threatening the plankton that live in the Gulf of Maine. Plankton is of course key to the survival of much of the fish and seafood we eat. Dr. Barney Balch is the lead author of this study.


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