The Problem, Florida Oxygen?

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Florida Fish & Wildlife said it is the Oxygen

Taxpayers Question, Why?

AND

Why will it cost the taxpayers

another

$300.00

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for yet

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another phony test?

Why not spend $0.25

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for a glass

to dip into the

runoff

from

chemicals

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all along the shore of the

“Indian River Lagoon,”

and from the

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(SUGAR COMPANIES)!”

Florida Fish and Wild Life solved the dead fish problem

low oxygen in the water

Dead fish, stingrays wash ashore in Brevard County

Published  11:24 PM EDT Aug 25, 2016

After an inquiry from WESH 2 News, Florida Fish and Wildlife said several reports have come in from residents about dead fish.

FWC issued a statement on the recent fish kill. In part, it says, “This event is not associated with the blue-green algae located in the southern part of the lagoon earlier this summer.”

Instead, FWC believes recent kills have been caused by naturally occurring low dissolved oxygen.

In a different statement, FWC said it’s been testing waters weekly at eight different sites. The recent kills could be caused by something else.

Earlier this month, county commissioners decided to place a property and sales tax hike plan on the November ballot.

The plan attempts to raise $300 million over 10 years to clean up the lagoon.

http://www.wesh.com/news/dead-fish-stingrays-wash-ashore-in-brevard-county/41374434

Causes and Prevention of Fish Kills

http://myfwc.com/conservation/you-conserve/recreation/pond-management/fish-kills/

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