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The Riverkeeper: Just a Florida Man Trying to Save Waterways From Toxic Algae

Marty Baum, a sixth-generation Floridian, has committed his life to saving the Indian River Lagoon.
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Why toxic algae blooms like Florida's are so dangerous to people and wildlife

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By Ernst B. Peebles, University of South Florida Reported cases of algal blooms, when algae grow rapidly from an influx of nutrients in waterways, have been rising at an exponential rate in recent decades. Industrialized countries h...

New Clue Emerges in Mysterious Manatee Die-Off in Florida

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Last week, a chemist found what might be an important clue in the ongoing mystery surrounding mass animal deaths in Florida's Indian River Lagoon: Multiple unknown toxins, isolated from algae in the lagoon, that kill mammalian cells...

Florida Fights to Save a Troubled Lagoon and Its Once-Flourishing Marine Life

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Florida's governor and legislature are finally taking an active interest in the demise of the Indian River Lagoon, which runs for 156 miles along the state's Atlantic coast. The lagoon, once prided for hosting more species of marine...

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