Water and the Everglades

Natural History


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This fundamental element, whether profuse or scarce, rules the life and character of Florida's great park. But water, like living space, is a resource that civilization demands in ever increasing quantities. Examined here are the economics of water use by Florida's east coast cities and its effects on Everglades ecology.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Water and the Everglades
Series title Natural History
Volume 75
Issue 9
Year Published 1966
Language English
Publisher American Museum of Natural History
Publisher location New York, NY
Contributing office(s) Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center
Description 10 p.
First page 32
Last page 41
Country United States
State Florida
Other Geospatial Everglades
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