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Blame Ocean Circulation for Severity of Red Tide, USF Study Claims

Red tide off Florida is virtually gone now, showing up at near-undetectable levels. Nevertheless, at the University of South Florida, serious work on Karenia brevis, the harmful algae that causes red tide, is ongoing and producing studies of some significance.

April 20, 2019 - 7:30am

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Terrie Bates
Terrie Bates, director of Water Resources at the South Florida Water Management District and one of its most respected scientists, has resigned her position.
Pure emotion: The newsroom, as the announcement is made
Journalists and writers are a curious lot, with relationships between publications and outlets ranging from collegial to confrontational.
The majority of Americans don’t share the Left's hatred for America.  The Left hates President Trump, the American flag, unborn (now newly born) children, straight white men, the military, Jews (go
Ron DeSantis highlights tourism in Tampa
Gov. Ron DeSantis looks in no hurry to sunset VISIT FLORIDA for good. Mercifully.
Melanie Brown-Woofter
The recent suicide deaths of two students who survived the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas and a father who lost his daughter at Sandy Hook are heartbreaking reminders of the trauma that schoo
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Randy Fine
Senate Democratic Leader Audrey Gibson’s "press conference" Wednesday was a disingenuous attempt to deflect from two days of remarkable rhetoric that was both inappropriate and insensitive.  
Scene at the Plantation synagogue Tuesday
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday during a press conference at Temple Kol Ami Emanu-El in Plantation that he will make a formal outreach trip to Israel, making it his first international trip as governor, precisely as he promised six months ago.
Elijah Cummings
The U.S. House Oversight Committee (HOC), led by Rep. Elijah Cummings, has been moving in overdrive since the Democrats rose to power.
No reasonable person would think Florida voters approved Amendment 4 to make it harder for felons to regain the right to vote than it was under former Gov.
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