Marine biologists Jeff Absten, right, and Jim Duquesnel gather water samples during the King Tide in Biscayne Bay with a Data Sonde in October. Water samples showed elevated levels of pollution in the bay linked to stormwater pumped from Miami Beach during the high tide.
Marine biologists Jeff Absten, right, and Jim Duquesnel gather water samples during the King Tide in Biscayne Bay with a Data Sonde in October. Water samples showed elevated levels of pollution in the bay linked to stormwater pumped from Miami Beach during the high tide. Walter Michot Miami Herald Staff
Marine biologists Jeff Absten, right, and Jim Duquesnel gather water samples during the King Tide in Biscayne Bay with a Data Sonde in October. Water samples showed elevated levels of pollution in the bay linked to stormwater pumped from Miami Beach during the high tide. Walter Michot Miami Herald Staff

Climate fix for rising seas could foul Miami’s Biscayne Bay

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