Hurricanes hamper Lake Okeechobee restoration

Gewin, Virginia
June 2005
Frontiers in Ecology & the Environment;Jun2005, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p237
Academic Journal
Reports on the impact of hurricanes in 2004 on the restoration of Lake Okeechobee in Florida. State of Lake Okeechobee after the hurricanes; Importance of the restoration project for Lake Okeechobee; Concerns over the possible contamination of the lake by algal blooms.


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