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Florida Keys News - Key West Citizen
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Tracking water quality through algae

EVERGLADES -- Florida International University biologist Tom Frankovich pulls on his wetsuit and jumps into the water of Seven Palm Lake.

Wearing a mask, snorkel and fins, and carrying a square tool called a quadrat, he gets quickly to work. Frankovich dives down to the bottom of the shallow estuary -- just five feet deep at this first spot of the day -- sets the quadrat on...

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