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Student team analyzes water quality in the Keys

Led by biology professor Kathleen Sullivan Sealey, the group is working to detect and evaluate how and where the water on the archipelago is changing, particularly in many of its canals.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2021/06/student-team-analyzes-water-quality-in-the-keys.html

Student team analyzes water quality in the Keys

Led by biology professor Kathleen Sullivan Sealey, the group is working to detect and evaluate how and where the water on the archipelago is changing, particularly in many of its canals.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2021/06/student-team-analyzes-water-quality-in-the-keys.html


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South Florida could be heading toward another summer of slime

A massive buildup of blue-green algae in Lake Okeechobee threatens the state’s East and West coasts. University of Miami phytoplankton and water quality experts address the challenges that another massive red tide outbreak would pose.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2021/05/south-florida-could-be-heading-toward-another-summer-of-slime.html