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Watch: Health of Florida estuary in rapid decline


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Discharges of freshwater, toxic algae, and excess nutrients from Lake Okeechobee into the St. Lucie River Estuary have resulted in a drastic decline in the health of the estuary and the abundance of biodiverse organisms that inhabit it.




Directed and produced by recent Florida Institute of Technology Marine Biology graduate, Allison Randolph.

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