TC Palm: Written by Eve Samples. December 21, 2018.
In the 40 years Mark Perry has worked for clean water in Florida, he has borne witness to toxic algae blooms, fish kills and seagrass die-offs.
But this year's environmental devastation stands out — for both its duration and geographic scope.
“I’d definitely say it’s one of the worst, if not the worst," said Perry, executive director of the Stuart-based nonprofit Florida Oceanographic Society.
Low points in the year we have come to know as "Toxic 2018" included:
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