Everglades plan could siphon water from places that need it.

Biscayne Bay needs a certain amount of freshwater to maintain a healthy habitat for many of the estuarine wildlife.

Biscayne Bay needs a certain amount of freshwater to maintain a healthy habitat for many of its estuarine wildlife.

In an effort to minimize the problem of suburban flooding, a new plan to restore much needed fresh water to the everglades may actually reduce the fresh water flow to Biscayne Bay, which is already starved of the freshwater it needs to maintain a healthy salinity.

 

 

Read the News Herald article on this critical water issue here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/02/15/3236643/glades-plan-could-siphon-water.html


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