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Sunday, March 21, 2004

Is Somebody Mapping This?

The invasive marine algae Caulerpa brachypus continues to spread through Martin County, Florida. As reported by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the algae has been spotted in an area of the Loxahatchee River prone to salt water influx. So far scientists have only seen unrooted, floating fragments of the algae in the river. Read more about the Martin County invasion from previous ISW posts.


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