FWC Concludes Low Dissolved Oxygen Levels In Biscayne Bay Led To Massive Fish Kill

FWC Concludes Low Dissolved Oxygen Levels In Biscayne Bay Led To Massive Fish Kill

MIAMI (CBSMiami) - As aerators pump much-needed oxygen into Biscayne Bay, we're learning the cause of the massive fish kill. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission scientists concluded that low dissolved oxygen levels were spurred by high temperatures and heavy rainfall which are common during the summer months.


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FWC Concludes Low Dissolved Oxygen Levels In Biscayne Bay Led To Massive Fish Kill
FWC Concludes Low Dissolved Oxygen Levels In Biscayne Bay Led To Massive Fish Kill
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