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Pensacola, look out for manatees affected by toxic red tide algae Aug 16, 2018 - Scientists are urging Pensacola area beachcombers and boaters to be on the lookout for manatees affected by a large toxic algae bloom stretching from the waters off Tampa through the Florida Keys.
Manatees gathering by N. Jetty, distressed? Aug 10, 2018 - Suncoast photographer Cindy Desmond sent pictures to ABC7 of a gathering of dozen manatees near the N. Jetty tonight. Some concerned bystanders, called Mote Marine thinking they may be in distress due to the red tide.
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Florida Springs and Freshwater Aquifer Are at Risk Aug 9, 2018 - Florida springs and aquifer at risk warns top environmentalist. This year the environment is emerging as a top issue in both the primary and the general election.
Barnett shares hope, urges activism for water resource protection Aug 8, 2018 - The water that connects us "needs us now," author Cynthia Barnett told the crowd gathered at South Walton High School on July 25.
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Group calls for fracking ban during march in St. Augustine Aug 6, 2018 - Organizers told Action News Jax that they wanted to send state leaders a message that the future should be focused on renewable resources.
John Moran's Aug 3, 2018 - Stuart and environs is a glistening jewel born of water. It may well top the list of Florida cities in shoreline per capita. There's simply water everywhere.
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Pumping-Induced Seawater Intrusion In An Underwater Cave Aug 3, 2018 - Unsustainable aquifer use through the over-pumping of wells and springs reduces fresh groundwater volumes and allows for the intrusion of seawater.
Bob Knight: Our quality of life is supported by springs Jul 18, 2018 - Visit the new Gilchrist Blue Springs State Park and, if you can get in, you will see what your neighbors do to tolerate the summer heat. They spend the day in the springs.
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Leaky septic tanks fuel algae blooms. Jul 18, 2018 - With toxic algae blooms now erupting all over Florida ' from the St. Johns River to Lake Okeechobee as well as on both coasts ' scientists are pointing a finger at one likely fuel source: pollution from leaking septic tanks.
I love Florida, but we must target source of water pollution Jul 17, 2018 - The Great Toxic Slime Outbreak of 2018 has befouled the Caloosahatcheer, the river of my childhood. I needed to see for myself, so I grabbed my cameras and headed south to Fort Myers and Cape Coral. A heartbreaking sight awaited.
Featured Florida Spring: Three Sisters Springs
Snapping turtle on the prowl
ManateePics | Snapping turtle on the prowl
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A Curious Cormorant
ManateePics | A Curious Cormorant
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Manatee framed by reflected cypress tree roots
ManateePics | Manatee framed by reflected cypress tree roots
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A Cloud of Mangrove Snappers
ManateePics | A Cloud of Mangrove Snappers
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Three Friends
ManateePics | Three Friends
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A Manatee Kiss
ManateePics | A Manatee Kiss
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Just Passing By
ManateePics | Just Passing By
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Reflections
ManateePics | Reflections
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Relaxation
ManateePics | Relaxation
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New Friends
ManateePics | New Friends
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Family Time
ManateePics | Family Time
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Sun Shining Through
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Humid 73.9°
Humid, Feels like: 75.6° F
Humidity: 98%
Sun92.2°76.3°partlycloudyHumid and partly cloudy throughout the day.
Mon91.5°76.4°partlycloudyHumid and partly cloudy throughout the day.
Tue89.7°76.1°rainRain overnight.
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