With Murky Water And Manatee Deaths, Lagoon Languishes

National Public Radio: Something is wrong in Florida's Indian River Lagoon. Over the past year, record numbers of dolphins, manatees and pelicans have turned up dead in the 150-mile-long estuary that runs along Florida's Atlantic Coast. Bouts of algal blooms have flourished in the waters. All the signs point to an ecosystem that is seriously out of balance. The crisis has mobilized scientists, residents and elected officials in Florida. An Ailing Lagoon Florida has gotten a lot of rain this year. While that's......

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