Scientists to discuss latest Indian R...

Scientists to discuss latest Indian River Lagoon research at Fort Pierce symposium

There are 2 comments on the TCPalm story from Feb 3, 2012, titled Scientists to discuss latest Indian River Lagoon research at Fort Pierce symposium. In it, TCPalm reports that:

The Indian River Lagoon is the most biologically diverse estuary in North America, and the research more than 100 scientists will discuss Thursday at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at the inaugural Indian River Lagoon Symposium is just as varied.

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john boy

Vero Beach, FL

#1 Feb 4, 2012
harbor branch should look in to mycillem to help clean up the fresh water canals that lead to the river
palm bay guy

New Smyrna Beach, FL

#2 Feb 5, 2012
I have noticed that indian river is clearer than I have ever seen it in 30 years..anyone else notice this?

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