From red tide to runoff, the Indian River Lagoon faces many threats. Microplastics may be the newest identified enemy, but a team of UCF researchers and collaborators is racing to find answers before it is too late.
Two teenage girls are thanking the Brevard County Sheriff’s helicopter after surviving a 30-minute ordeal in the Indian River Lagoon.
Port Canaveral District 5 Commission Candidate Mac McLouth explains his action plan to cause millions of gallons of fresh ocean water to flow into the Indian River Lagoon in an effort to reduce the brown algae which is plaguing Brevard’s most precious body of water.
Mac McLouth reviews ways that sea water could be introduced into the lagoon through weirs and other means so that flow could be increased which could lead to improved water quality in the Indian River Lagoon.
Dr. Duane De Freese, Executive Director of the Indian River Lagoon Council, and former Port Canaveral Commissioner Mac McLouth provide up-to-date information about the Indian River Lagoon from the Port Canaveral lock gates.