Abstract
This proposal outlines a field lab for a marine biologist. The site of the lab is located on a peninsula adjacent to a wild-life reserve in the Jamaica bay. This proposal came out of genuine concern for the effects of jet fuel (from aircrafts taking off and landing at The J.F.K. Airport next to it) and other toxic effluents on this ecosystem and the wild life supported by it's marshes.
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House for a Marine Biologist
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Site
A peninsula in the Jamaica Bay, New York, United States
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