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Historic southern flow of water into the Everglades was disrupted and has been alternatively discharged east and west into the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee Rivers for decades. Due to the unwillingness of current politicians to implement an agreed upon solution, this has resulted in the long term collapse of 3 major estuaries. Associated consequences include significant sea grass die offs, dangerous algal blooms as well as threats to South Florida real estate, the tourism industry, and drinking water supply.

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