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Long Island Sound, An Ecosystem in Crisis
Dead fish and rotting sea turtles wash ashore. Vast meadows of eelgrass — home for myriad species — vanish. Algae chokes bays, and local beaches shut down more frequently.

The Long Island Sound is sending out distress signals from its dead zones.

The Sound is at a crossroads and its future health is at stake, a jigsaw puzzle of problems contribute to the Sound’s plight, from the hundreds of sewage plants discharging pollutants, to the nitrogen escaping tens of thousands of private septic systems, to the chemical runoff from farm and lawn fertilizers flowing into its waters.


 
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Algae is Responsible for Fish Kill at Constitution Gardens - The shallow cement pond at Constitution Gardens has no outlet to flush water, so when the temperature rises, algae grows on the bottom. When the temperature drops again, the algae dies and consumes the oxygen, suffocating the fish.


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