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'Ghost Forests' persist, despite massive freshwater influx!

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December 02, 2017   :goodreadl:

'Ghost Forests' persist, despite massive freshwater influx

Massive rains from Hurricane Irma haven't altered long-term salinity threats to the St. Johns River.

Named for the white, almost skeletal trunks of dead trees, so-called “ghost forests” are typically caused by development or climate change.

In the St. Johns River, they’re markers of rising seas and surging salt levels.



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