California's Coastal Sanctuaries-Part 2

The second in a two-part series, today's look is at Monterey Bay and the Gulf of Farallones National Marine Sanctuaries. The marine life is incredible.

September 5, 2000, 10:45 AM PDT

By Gwen Hilburn

The Gulf of Farallones once was a dumping ground for radio-active waste. And the Monterey Bay Sanctuary suffers from a $4-billion agricultural industry runoff which drains into it. But despite the massive problems, a vast variety of marine life is thriving within the sanctuaries.

Thanks to Gwenn Hilburn

Tuesday, September 5, 2000 in The Los Angeles Times


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