During the past weeks, Florida residents have noticed dead marine life along the shores of Florida waters.
The sightings of the dead have grabbed the attention of researchers and specialists to depict why marine life is suffering.
One factor that may have contributed to this situation is the low dissolved oxygen levels. As the summer heat leads to warmer water the less oxygen it holds.
The combination of blooming algae and pollution is another factor causing marine life to suffer. Algae consume oxygen as they die, and while decomposing can create dead zones.
The decaying fish on our coast is not only affecting ecosystems but it can lead to further potential damage. Bacteria can compound, causing more fish to die and predators such as birds can also suffer from the contamination. Not to mention the fact that it can also cause extreme contamination on our beaches.
Newly installed pumps are being used to try and prevent further dead marine life. The pumps or aerators allow for better oxygen flow in the water.
The struggling marine life has left residents concerned and some claim they cannot ignore the smell coming from the water.
Researchers have gathered every day to help stop increased rates of death, and have noted there has been a slight positive change. But the concern of larger marine life suffering is still present.
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