A line of black water flowed from the St. Lucie inlet Feb. 22. Scientists say the water is a brew of sediment and freshwater carried from Lake Okeechobee and local watersheds.
A line of black water flowed from the St. Lucie inlet Feb. 22. Scientists say the water is a brew of sediment and freshwater carried from Lake Okeechobee and local watersheds. Jacqueline Thurlow-Lippisch Courtesy of
A line of black water flowed from the St. Lucie inlet Feb. 22. Scientists say the water is a brew of sediment and freshwater carried from Lake Okeechobee and local watersheds. Jacqueline Thurlow-Lippisch Courtesy of

Florida shores yellow, brown and black all over

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