Biscayne Bay is dying without oxygen: 'We need rapid intervention'

Biscayne Bay is dying without oxygen: 'We need rapid intervention'

MIAMI - Marine life continues to die Friday in Biscayne Bay. Todd Crowl, the director of Florida International University Institute of Environment, said Friday data showed the dissolved-oxygen concentrations were at zero on Thursday night. Crowl said this is amid rising temperatures, as the water temperature is close to 90 degrees.


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Biscayne Bay is dying without oxygen: 'We need rapid intervention'
Biscayne Bay is dying without oxygen: 'We need rapid intervention'
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