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Turner, R.E., and N.N. Rabalais. 1991. Changes in Mississippi River Water Quality this Century: Implications for Coastal Food Webs. BioScience, 41(3):140-147. doi:10.2307/1311453

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In this article, we quantify some important changes in water quality for the Lower Mississippi River for this century and then suggest their causes and possible impact.

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