Environment writer and data editor for The Daytona Beach News-Journal, covering environmental issues for more than 20 years. Also write about weather, space, politics and sometimes motor sports. @dinahvp
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Dinah Voyles Pulver @DinahVP Area researchers are raising questions about data on seagrass and water quality that a consultant is using to draft a plan to improve water quality in Mosquito Lagoon.The field researchers say aerial photographs and mapping that consultant Tony Janicki considers scientifically defensible with federal environmental officials who will review the plan doesn't really match what they have seen as they studied grass beds in the lagoon.This isn't the first time the...
Clay Henderson has lived on the same block along the Indian River in New Smyrna Beach for 34 years. Living in a storm-prone state like Florida, you expect to see a river top its bank on occasion, but only in the past two years has Henderson seen it happen on sunny days. He hears similar stories almost everywhere he travels in Florida. In dozens of locations along the state’s 1,350-mile coastline, sea level rise is no longer an esoteric discussion or a puzzle for future generations to solve.
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Ninety-one years ago this week, a hurricane roared up Florida's east coast, but unlike last October’s Hurricane Matthew, the July 1926 hurricane did make landfall here.Weather experts used to think the storm made landfall between Cocoa Beach and Melbourne, said Al Sandrik, a warning coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Jacksonville.
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Selecting a term
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