2014 Florida Manatee Death Areas, All But Non-Boating deaths. Pulsed Microwave Radar Pulsed Power Profile in red/yellow. Coral Gables, FL along with Melbourne, FL had the highest concentration of Manatee 2013 & 2014 Manatee deaths. Coral Gables has 3 high power, high gain pulsed microwave radar stations very close to the saltwater the manatees are dying in.
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Two “unusual mortality events” are prime contributors to this year’s unprecedented losses, said Katie Tripp, Save the Manatee Club’s director of science and conservation.
One is a toxic red-tide bloom that killed 276 manatees this winter and spring in southwest Florida. The poisonous bloom was centered in the Fort Myers-Cape Coral region.
The other event is the still-unexplained Indian River Lagoon die-off that has claimed more than 100 manatees in Brevard County. In total, Rose said more than 220 manatees have died of various causes this year in Brevard, but these mysterious 100-plus deaths appear to be triggered by “an acute intestinal event” caused by feeding changes, bacteria or virus.
I have already shown you the Indian River Lagoon problems near the radar stations
My research indicates that marine life near pulsed microwave radar stations is getting chronically shocked due to electromagnetic induction from the atmosphere. The pulsed doppler microwave radiation is refracting off the overhead atmosphere and some of it is collected by the surface of the water and conducting through the waterways to ground (the seafloor). The radiation will intensify during storms when refraction increases.