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American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Oct. 31, 2007


The new study concluded that pollution control efforts must continue to focus on nitrogen even if phosphorus controls are added. It found that a phosphorus-only approach is potentially dangerous. Using mathematical model estimates and real-world data from other hypoxia reduction experiences in North Carolina and Hong Kong waters, the researchers suggest that a phosphorous-only approach could possibly enlarge the Dead Zone, extending it into the western portion of the Gulf. The prudent approach would be to address both nitrogen and phosphorous, the researchers said.

Reassessing Hypoxia Forecasts for the Gulf of Mexico


Donald Scavia, Ph.D.
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Phone: 734-615-4860
Fax: 734-763-8965


New insights into how natural antioxidants fight fat
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Scientists in Taiwan are reporting new insights into why diets rich in fruits and vegetables reduce the risk of obesity. Their study, scheduled for the Oct. 17 (current) issue of ACS Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, a bi-weekly publication, focuses on healthful natural antioxidant compounds called flavonoids and phenolic acids.

In the study, Gow-Chin Yen and Chin-Lin Hsu point out that large amounts of those compounds occur in fruits, vegetables, nuts and plant-based beverages such as coffee, tea, and wine. Scientists long hav

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