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for Coastwatch Vol. 16 Issue 10, Nov/Dec 1989
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The best just got better in North Carolina. Recently 200,000 acres of coastal rivers and lakes in the state have been designated as \"outstanding resource waters.\" Seven bodies of water from Alligator River to Masonboro Sound provide extra protections against degradation and promote the maintenance of water quality.
The Tar-Pamlico River is in trouble; fewer and fewer schools of fish are filling the fishermen's nets and dead fish are fouling the waters. The cause: human abuse and pollution.