Water Quality Monitoring Stations Cleaning Up Indian River Lagoon

Nature World: Officials will have a better idea of how healthy the Indian River Lagoon is in real time, thanks to five new water quality monitoring stations that were installed Friday. The health of the lagoon - stretching along Florida's east coast from Volusia County to Martin County - has been a concern over recent years after toxic algae blooms wiped out 50,000 acres (60 percent) of seagrass, according to the Associated Press. The sensors will collect data on temperature, salinity and plankton, as well......

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