Mixed martial articles by Pat Darnell | July 4, 2014 | Bryan TX
"...The Sargasso Sea features in classic fantasy stories by William Hope Hodgson, such as his novel The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" (1907), Victor Appleton's Don Sturdy novel, Don Sturdy in the Port of Lost Ships: Or, Adrift in the Sargasso Sea, and several related short stories. Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea describes the Sargasso Sea and gives an account of its formation (Wiki LINK)..."
Galveston seaweed is back – and it’s a good thing - Your Houston News: News: "Smell aside, what may be temporarily “worse” for recreational beach-users is actually best in the long run. Galveston does not haul away seaweed for just that reason – it helps nourish the soil and prevents erosion.
"... In fact, some beach areas are left untouched by maintenance crews, others including beach parks, beach access points and beaches bordering residential areas are cleaned for easier use and access. Workers in some areas use front-end loaders to move mounds of seaweed along dunes located near the Seawall. This occurs daily, sometimes as early as 2 a.m., and helps to build up dunes and preserve sand, according to the Parks Board."
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“Seaweed is a gift to our beaches from Mother Nature, but we also understand it coincides with peak tourism season and there may be a lack of education on why the seaweed remains on the beach,” said Park Board Executive Director Kelly de Schaun. “We have the tough job of balancing the need for providing aesthetically pleasing beaches while encouraging environmental conservation. (MICHAEL REED. May 10, 2012. LINK) ”CONCLUSION
When humanity finally figures out how the intricacies of Nature's work maintains our blue marble planet, will then we evolve into more rational Beings? I hope so.