Beachapedia:Factoid/2002/05

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Factoids for the month of May, 2002

 FactoidHeadline
Factoid/2002/05/01To Detect Pathogen Movement: Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization
Factoid/2002/05/02Poor Land Use and Too Many Cars Degrade the Coast
Factoid/2002/05/03Volunteer Power
Factoid/2002/05/06Weakening of the Clean Water Act
Factoid/2002/05/07Army Corps' Projects Should Get Outside Review Before Approval
Factoid/2002/05/08CA Governor Davis Supports Dumping Sewage in Coastal Waters
Factoid/2002/05/09Recent Olympic Peninsula Beach Cleanup
Factoid/2002/05/10Our Fish Are Disappearing from Overharvesting
Factoid/2002/05/13Best Fish to Eat That Are Abundant and Well Managed
Factoid/2002/05/14Worst Fish to Eat That Are Not Abundant Nor Well Managed
Factoid/2002/05/15CA Shoreline Armoring - The Bad and Rad from Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002
Factoid/2002/05/16Irresponsible Gov't in Oregon - The Bad and Rad from Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002
Factoid/2002/05/17Little Public Beach Access in MA and ME - The Bad and Rad from Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002
Factoid/2002/05/20Wonderful Hawaii - The Bad and Rad from Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002
Factoid/2002/05/21Clean Beach Water in NJ - The Bad and Rad from Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002
Factoid/2002/05/22Beach Lovers in the State of Washington - The Bad and Rad from Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002
Factoid/2002/05/23Florida's Making Money from Beaches - The Bad and Rad from Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002
Factoid/2002/05/2429 Million Gallons of Oil Flow Into Coastal Waters Annually
Factoid/2002/05/27Sewage Problems in Puerto Rico - The Bad and Rad from Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002
Factoid/2002/05/28Florida Manatees In Trouble
Factoid/2002/05/29Habor Waters in New York City Are Getting Cleaner - The Bad and the Rad, Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002
Factoid/2002/05/30Fast Retreating Beaches in Texas - The Bad and Rad from Surfrider's State of the Beach 2002