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September 20, 2014

17 High Powered, Pulsed Radars in the Indian River Lagoon Area Pulsing > 15,000,000 watts of electromagnetic radiation

Indian River Lagoon shows promising signs after 3 troubling years – Sep 16, 2014

“No one’s celebrating yet, but the Indian River Lagoon is showing promising signs [???] after 3 troubling years of decline”

Deadly dolphin virus shows up in Indian River lagoon – Sep 3, 2014

MELBOURNE, Fla. — “Scientists say a virus that has killed bottlenose dolphins along the East Coast has spread to central Florida’s Indian River Lagoon. Megan Stolen, a research scientist at the Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute, says 18 dead bottlenose dolphins were found in the area in August.”

From: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission <>
Date: Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 12:57 PM
Subject: Red Tide Report 9/19/14
To: All

FWC has received multiple reports of fish kills and reports of discolored water over the past month in the Indian River Lagoon system (Brevard County). Sampling has revealed bloom concentrations of multiple algae species, including Pyrodinium bahamense and Limnothrix spp.”

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