Nutrient Mass Flux between Florida Bay and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

@inproceedings{Gibson2008NutrientMF,
  title={Nutrient Mass Flux between Florida Bay and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary},
  author={Patrick Gibson and Joseph N. Boyer and Ned P. Smith},
  year={2008}
}
There is a net discharge of water and nutrients through Long Key Channel from Florida Bay to the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKNMS). There has been speculation that this water and its constituents may be contributing to the loss of coral cover on the Florida Keys Reef tract over the past few decades, as well as speculation that changes in freshwater flow in the upstream Everglades ecosystem associated with the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan may exacerbate this phenomenon… CONTINUE READING
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