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Sea Grass Rebounding after Algae Bloom
After years of decline, a new aerial survey shows sea grass beds are thriving and expanding in the northern and central Indian River Lagoon.

A 12% gain in underwater meadow acres since 2011 shows the grass is bouncing back from a toxic algae bloom, according to results of a 2013 survey.

The South Florida Water Management District’s aerial survey of the southern lagoon will be available in about a week.


 
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