Caloosahatchee News Box Archive

226 Days of Harm 2016-10-25

2016 has surpassed 1995 to become the second worst year for the number of days that the Caloosahatchee River delivered harmful volumes of water to the Estuary. With 2016 recording 226 days, only 2005 was worse with 230 days. Record keeping began at S-79 (Franklin Lock) in 1963. Press Release [Days of Harm by Year] [Total & Harm Volumes by Year] [Lake vs Watershed]


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