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for Coastwatch Vol. 12 Issue 1, Jan 1985
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In eastern North Carolina, farmland is lowland, so it must be drained to provide potential. But much of the freshwater drained out of the land funnels into brackish waters where young fish grow but are being inhibited by the freshwater. New research will attempt to manage this outflow in order to reap the benefits from both farmland and fish harvests.