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October 04, 2016 · 12:30 PM EDT
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Phosphate deposits on the sea floor off the coast of Baja California could be a feedstock for agricultural fertilizer. But digging them up could put a fishing community, endangered sea turtles and other marine species at risk.
In Science, Tech & EnvironmentEnvironmentLivable Planet.
Tagged: San JuanicoNorth AmericaMexicoBaja California SurCentral AmericaDana CordellJuan Luis AguillarJeanneht Armendáriz Villegas.
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