LUBBOCK – Somewhere between the littoral tidal zones (the coastline between high and low tides) in the North Atlantic Ocean – where seaweed grows deep and plentiful – and the usually dry flat plains of Texas – where cattle roam looking for greener pasture – nature holds a secret that could connect the two regions in a valuable way.
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