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Sea-level rise negating Everglades restoration, scientists say; urge changes in freshwater levels

For years, South Florida water managers struggling to reverse the damage done to the Everglades by decades of flood control have done their best to replicate nature, timing the flow of water into marshes with the state’s wet and dry seasons.


But now researchers looking at 16 years worth of data say creeping sea rise is outpacing restoration efforts. And to save the marshes, they say, the strategy needs to change.


http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/environment/article199482759.html

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