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Florida is at historic crossroads; its leaders must act decisively Oct 19, 2018 - The crisis extends well beyond our coastlines. Aging sewage systems and septic tanks threaten vulnerable inland waters; nutrients from treated sewage, or biosolids, spread on agricultural lands find their way into nearby lakes and tributaries and befoul them.
Despite abundant rain, aquifer levels are trending downward Oct 10, 2018 - North Florida is home to a vast underground plumbing system known as the Floridan Aquifer. Comprising more than 100,000 square miles and several thousand feet in thickness, the Floridan Aquifer is like a gigantic, rock-filled bucket.
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Red Tide Invades Florida’s East Coast! Oct 8, 2018 - Red Tide is a manatee's enemy because its toxicity could kill us very quickly! You see red tide is an extremely toxic algae bloom that forms when the water is warm and there are plenty of nutrients for it to live on.
Editorial: Clean energy is becoming cost effective Oct 6, 2018 - That's far more than the subsidies provided for renewable energy like solar and wind; in terms of tax breaks, fossil fuel subsidies outpace renewable subsidies by 7 to 1. It all comes down to politics.
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Red tide reported moving into area Oct 3, 2018 - The FWC releases statewide red tide reports on Wednesdays and Fridays between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. But this week prior to Wednesday's report, some people in Destin and South Walton were saying they didn't need the official report to know there is a problem.
Red Tide bloom now touching all three of Florida's coasts Oct 1, 2018 - The bloom has now touched all three of the state's coasts, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. This appears to be only the second time that has happened since the state began officially tracking the blooms.
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New treatment being developed for manatees poisoned by red tide Oct 1, 2018 - Florida International University and Mote Marine Laboratory are developing new and more efficient ways to treat manatees exposed to toxic red tide.
Six more manatees found dead, red tide the suspect Oct 1, 2018 - The death toll for marine life continues to rise as a toxic red tide bloom stretches along more than 100 miles of Florida's southwestern coast. Ride tide is the suspected culprit of six more manatee deaths in Sarasota County over the weekend.
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Wildlife Recovery...Not So Simple Sep 27, 2018 - The red tide is a naturally occurring phenomenon worldwide and the bloom in our area has been around since last October. It is still here but hopes are that it will subside as cooler weather, and cooler water, arrives.
Sick manatee found near St. Armands Circle Sep 19, 2018 - A Sarasota Marine Patrol Officer helped Mote Marine Laboratory and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservations Commission with a sick manatee on Wednesday. The manatee was found near a bridge on South Boulevard of the Presidents near St. Armands Circle.
Featured Florida Spring: Rock Springs
Water's Journey
Kelly Del Valle Photography | Water's Journey
Rock Springs
Melissa Shawn Griffin Photography | Rock Springs
Rock Springs - Main cross bridge
John Mac Images | Rock Springs - Main cross bridge
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Rock Springs - Sun-lit
John Mac Images | Rock Springs - Sun-lit
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Rock Springs - Beauty
John Mac Images | Rock Springs - Beauty
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Rock Springs - Limestone Ledges
John Mac Images | Rock Springs - Limestone Ledges
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Apopka Blue Sink Hole
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Rock Springs at Kelly Park
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Rock Springs at Kelly Park
Have Steph, Will Travel | Rock Springs at Kelly Park
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Clear Blue at Rock Springs
Kat Springs Photography | Clear Blue at Rock Springs
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Rock Springs Reflections
Kat Springs Photography | Rock Springs Reflections
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Rock Spring Run
Kat Springs Photography | Rock Spring Run
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Fish at Rock Spring Run
Kat Springs Photography | Fish at Rock Spring Run
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Panoramic view of Rock Springs
Florida Nature Photography | Panoramic view of Rock Springs
Rock Springs - Emerald Cut
Florida Nature Photography | Rock Springs - Emerald Cut
Clear view, great scenery
Linda Wilinski Photography | Clear view, great scenery
Underwater travels
Linda Wilinski Photography | Underwater travels
Top view of the rocks
Linda Wilinski Photography | Top view of the rocks
Over-under wuth nice sunlight
Linda Wilinski Photography | Over-under wuth nice sunlight
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