Richard Ambrose

Director of Environmental Science and Engineering, UCLA

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Professor and Director of Environmental science and engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles

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The nuclear power plants at San Onofre suck in and discharge 2.4 billion gallons of seawater every day.

New Artificial Kelp Reef Unveiled near San Onofre Nuclear Plant

The nuclear power plants at San Onofre suck in and discharge 2.4 billion gallons of seawater every day.

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