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Many scientists examining human impacts on coastal ecosystems have focused on agricultural runoff, because fertilizers that wash into the sea carry massive amounts of nutrients and pathogens that can harm marine environments. But the impacts of human sewage receive far less attention. Part of the reason may be that, unlike trash or oil spills, sewage can be invisible in the water.

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