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#Ocean deadzones are spots in the sea where life no longer exists. They occur when massive fertilizer runoff (or other ocean crises) set in motion an oxygen-depriving chain of events leading to the death in one spot of fish, crabs and other sea creatures. In 1975, there was one documented deadzone. In 2014, there were 500+.
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"I don’t like earthquakes, yet I live in quake country. It’s a paradox.
To mitigate my worry, I err on the side of preparedness. But this post is not to lecture you about creating an earthquake kit (although it’s not hard to do), it’s to let you know what to do the moment the shaking starts.
And it’s to tell you what not to do."
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