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Panama Bay

Panama Bay is a large body of water off the coast of southern Panama, at . It is a part of the greater Gulf of Panama.

Pollution Problems

The Panama Bay is considered to be in an eutrophic state by the World Resources Institute. This is a result of ongoing pollution from agricultural and livestock operations. Urban wastewater from nearby Panama City has also contributed to the eutrophication of Panama Bay.[1]

References

Aerial View of Panama Bay with Panama City in the background.
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