Rob Moir, Director of Ocean River Institute, talks along the water's edge about nitrogen pollution in the Indian River Lagoon. Watch to learn more about the lagoon ecosystem and problems created by too much nitrogen.
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Dolphins have been dying at record high rates in Florida's Indian River Lagoon. Since January 54 bottlenose dolphins have died. This is almost three times the historical average. Two weeks ago, the National Marine Fisheries Service declared the deaths as an "Unusual Mortality Event" and it's not over. Dead dolphins are being found emaciated, starved from a lack of food, and sick. The…
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