Eric Cline, (front center, in blue shirt) and Christopher Madden, (low center in white suit) both with the South Florida Water Management District, measure a fluorescent chemical added to water to allow hydrologists to observe how it flows through a parched marsh west of Miami on November 04, 2014.
Eric Cline, (front center, in blue shirt) and Christopher Madden, (low center in white suit) both with the South Florida Water Management District, measure a fluorescent chemical added to water to allow hydrologists to observe how it flows through a parched marsh west of Miami on November 04, 2014. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff
Eric Cline, (front center, in blue shirt) and Christopher Madden, (low center in white suit) both with the South Florida Water Management District, measure a fluorescent chemical added to water to allow hydrologists to observe how it flows through a parched marsh west of Miami on November 04, 2014. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff

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