Dead sea grass at Indian River Lagoon

Dead sea grass piles up on the shores of the Indian River Lagoon. Scientist think an intense algae bloom occurring in lagoon waters is blocking sunlight that sea grass needs to survive.

( Kevin Spear, Orlando Sentinel / August 18, 2012 )

Dead sea grass piles up on the shores of the Indian River Lagoon. Scientist think an intense algae bloom occurring in lagoon waters is blocking sunlight that sea grass needs to survive.

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