The University of Miami is conducting a study in Biscayne Bay to better understand how trash, sewage, oil, and harmful algae blooms get transported through South Florida waters by wind and ocean currents. Jose Iglesias Miami Herald
The University of Miami is conducting a study in Biscayne Bay to better understand how trash, sewage, oil, and harmful algae blooms get transported through South Florida waters by wind and ocean currents. Jose Iglesias Miami Herald

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September 13, 2016 7:45 PM

Where is bay pollution coming from? Scientists turn to the currents

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