North Miami Algae Blooms Part of a ‘Vicious Cycle': Scientists

North Miami Algae Blooms Part of a 'Vicious Cycle': Scientists

Local and state agencies are testing the water in a North Miami Beach canal after a recent algae bloom. Longtime North Miami Beach resident, Silvia Vanni, used to record videos of sharks and stingrays roaming the water behind her home on the Sans Sousi Canals that pour into Biscayne Bay.


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North Miami Algae Blooms Part of a ‘Vicious Cycle': Scientists
North Miami Algae Blooms Part of a ‘Vicious Cycle': Scientists
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