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 02/24/2018 07:15 PM
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ofdphildo

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My canal on sykes creek looks like pea soup. Didn't really clear up at all this fall. I am participating in the Brevard Zoo oyster program. The oysters are growing well despite the water quality. Probaby a feel good thing and a drop in the bucket.
 03/02/2018 03:54 AM
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Sparky

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 I was in the Banana yesterday well thankfully not in it. But yea it was disgusting. Rumor has it the crabbers are doing ok but not sure I would eat anything from the toilet. I don't see the water quality improving for a very long time. I sure hope I am wrong.

 03/09/2018 08:03 AM
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stokedpanda

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my parents said the muck sucking is helping(cocoa beach canals), but idk the short term stirring of the silty shit around seems really bad.......hopefully the oyster growing projects take off, wish they could do one as well with seagrass.....want a nice lawn, buy and care for double yardage in seagrass LOL

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 03/18/2018 06:46 AM
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Oxygen saturation has been going over 150% in the afternoons on these super sunny calm days in the Banana. This type of weather can initiate collapse if it makes the bloom use up the remainder of the available nitrogen in the water column.



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 03/20/2018 07:47 AM
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stokedpanda

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Originally posted by: scombrid

Oxygen saturation has been going over 150% in the afternoons on these super sunny calm days in the Banana. This type of weather can initiate collapse if it makes the bloom use up the remainder of the available nitrogen in the water column.



sorry for my ignorance, but collapse as in good(bloom collapse) or collapse as in bad(the river collapse)?

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 03/20/2018 11:47 AM
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scombrid

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Sudden bloom collapse is bad. It sucks up all the oxygen if the biomass of plankton in the water column is high enough.



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 03/22/2018 11:58 AM
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tom

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 Remember back when we though 40 or 50 ug/L chlr A was a "big bloom". 

 

chlr



BRL bloom.jpg
BRL bloom.jpg  (66 KB)

 03/22/2018 12:55 PM
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stokedpanda

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dammit man!



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 03/22/2018 05:40 PM
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Cole

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The way we are heading, the bloom is going to turn into a solid. IRL aspic.

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 03/26/2018 11:41 AM
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It's like chocolate. Bright side is the ocean looks amazing comparatively

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 03/27/2018 05:49 AM
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scombrid

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And the neighbors keep watering 3-4X per week and laying down buckets of fertilizer.



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 03/27/2018 11:57 AM
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Sparky

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If we have a fish kill I don't think it will be that bad. Not looking like very many fish to kill.

 03/30/2018 05:38 AM
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tom

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Lagoon update for last month just came out,

Banana is holding strong at 200 - 250 ug/L chlr A (2-28 through 3-30).

That's an improvement from figure 4, above,

and,

I feel a little ill.  

 04/05/2018 07:36 AM
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stokedpanda

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the river quivers, shudders and shakes

to catch a clean fish try oceans, or lakes

we mustn't be lazy, and turn a blind eye

peer into the water, and try not to cry

though sitting and staring, will get nothing done

if we all join the battle, this war can be won

call upon congress, call city hall

make sure your voice, through cracks doesn't fall

phone up your friends, who told you they cared

every second that passes, means fewer lives spared

if it all ends, hide your surprise

for all of it happened, in front of our eyes

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Edited: 04/06/2018 at 12:35 PM by stokedpanda
 04/05/2018 10:19 PM
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Poop.
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