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Florida Defenders of the Environment report on the economic benefits of restoring the Ocklawaha River and removing the Rodman Dam. Summary includes coverage of habitat loss, biodiversity, recreational fishing opportunities, aquatic migration patterns, impacts of damming on Florida springs, manatee mortality, floodplains, forest conservation, nutrients, greenways, and finances. Date is approximate.


Rodman Reservoir, Rodman Dam, Ocklawaha River, manatee migration, greenways, Florida ecology, habitat loss, forestry, greenways, species conservation, manatees, environmental education, marine mammals, aquatic ecology, wildlife corridors, dams, floodplains, fishing, fish kills

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Ocklawaha River Restoration: Benefits for the Florida Environment



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