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Failing Lakes in Florida
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has set limits on the concentrations of total nitrogen, total phosphorus, and algal chlorophyll allowed in Florida lakes starting in March 2012. If one or more of the respective concentrations exceeds these criteria, the lake is considered to be impaired due to pollution and subject to a variety of regulatory actions.

Florida LAKEWATCH has collected water quality data from 952 lakes and found that 65% failed one or more of the criteria. If that same percentage is applied to the 7,700 Florida lakes, then about 5,000 of them will be on the official impaired list.

 
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