Sediment runoff from the land is killing NZ’s seas. It’s time to take action, says researcher

The fishers at Separation Point, between Golden Bay and Tasman Bay in New Zealand’s northwest South Island, used to be cautious. Something they called “hard coral” would tear their nets. If you dived down about 30 meters, you could see why: Extensive reefs.

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