Jamaica Bay, New York City, marshland, pollution, wetlands, conservation law, federal aviation act


This article will briefly examine the environmental problems that affect the lives of the hundreds of thousands of people who live adjacent to Jamaica Bay, and the extraordinary opportunities for recreation and enjoyment for which the Bay, freed of sewage, air pollution and aircraft noise, could be employed.



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