A woman checks the size of the oysters from Apalachicola Bay in northern Florida in 2010. The state’s Apalachicola oyster industry collapsed in 2012. Florida contends decreased water flows in the Apalachicola River, due to Georgia’s water use, led to the collapse. A special master overseeing the dispute between Florida and Georgia noted in his report, published Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017, the following: “There is little question that Florida has suffered harm from decreased flows in the (Apalachicola) River.”
A woman checks the size of the oysters from Apalachicola Bay in northern Florida in 2010. The state’s Apalachicola oyster industry collapsed in 2012. Florida contends decreased water flows in the Apalachicola River, due to Georgia’s water use, led to the collapse. A special master overseeing the dispute between Florida and Georgia noted in his report, published Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017, the following: “There is little question that Florida has suffered harm from decreased flows in the (Apalachicola) River.” WALTER MICHOT Miami Herald file photo
A woman checks the size of the oysters from Apalachicola Bay in northern Florida in 2010. The state’s Apalachicola oyster industry collapsed in 2012. Florida contends decreased water flows in the Apalachicola River, due to Georgia’s water use, led to the collapse. A special master overseeing the dispute between Florida and Georgia noted in his report, published Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017, the following: “There is little question that Florida has suffered harm from decreased flows in the (Apalachicola) River.” WALTER MICHOT Miami Herald file photo

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February 14, 2017 9:57 PM

Florida loses to Georgia in water wars ruling

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