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[Reading] ➽ Drying Up By John M. Dunn – Bunatime.co Florida Historical Society Stetson Kennedy Award Florida Book Awards Bronze Medal for Florida Nonfiction America's wettest state is running out of water Florida with its swamps lakes extensive coastliFlorida Historical Society Stetson Kennedy Award Florida Book Awards Bronze Medal for Florida Nonfiction America's wettest state is running out of water Florida with its swamps lakes extensive coastlines and legions of life giving springs faces a drinking water crisis Drying Up is a wake up call and a hard look at what the future holds for those who call Florida home Journalist and educator John Dunn untangles the many causes of the state's freshwater problems Drainage projects construction and urbanization especially in the fragile wetlands of South Florida have changed and shrunk natural water systems Pollution failing infrastructure increasing outbreaks of.

Toxic algae blooms and pharmaceutical contamination are worsening water uality Climate change sea level rise and groundwater pumping are spoiling freshwater resources with saltwater intrusion Because of shortages fights have broken out over rights to the Apalachicola River Lake Okeechobee the Everglades and other important watersheds Many scientists think Florida has already passed the tipping point Dunn warns Drawing on than one hundred interviews and years of research he affirms that soon there will not be enough water to meet demand if business as usual prevails He investigates previous and current restoration efforts as well as proposed future solutions in.

drying epub Drying Up PDF/EPUBToxic algae blooms and pharmaceutical contamination are worsening water uality Climate change sea level rise and groundwater pumping are spoiling freshwater resources with saltwater intrusion Because of shortages fights have broken out over rights to the Apalachicola River Lake Okeechobee the Everglades and other important watersheds Many scientists think Florida has already passed the tipping point Dunn warns Drawing on than one hundred interviews and years of research he affirms that soon there will not be enough water to meet demand if business as usual prevails He investigates previous and current restoration efforts as well as proposed future solutions in.

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