Toilet paper shortages amid the coronavirus pandemic have forced Floridians to get creative with a substitute, causing clogs that damage an already ailing wastewater system.
Drones, satellites and unmanned cameras collect what scientists call high resolution data.
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Conservation lands act as natural buffers that filter pollution from runoff before it enters our waterways.
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Florida has a water infrastructure problem. Proposed legislation looks to fix Florida’s aging pipes.
Proposed legislation looks to ban single-use plastics and develop programs to improve recycling rates across the state.
Lawmakers consider proposals for tax breaks and discounts at state parks, as well as a new tax trying to protect Florida’s waters.
The researchers hope that growing specific viruses at scale and releasing them into affected areas will give us a new tool in treating algae blooms.
A warmer future could continually add more water to the stratosphere and initiate ozone losses over North America.