Oceanic dead zones aren’t some toxic area that kills everything it touches. Rather, they are areas of the ocean that are too low in oxygen to support marine life. They tend to stay in an area, but they can be reversable. Also, some dead zones are seasonal, such as one off of Oregon’s coast which only a dead zone during the summer.
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