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Water Ambassador Program lunch and learn webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Vincent Encomio
25:46
Link for recorded WA webinars: http://sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/martin/sea-grant---martinst-lucie/
Lisa Krimsky
28:33
savetheIRL.org
Vincent Encomio
31:13
Next set of WA webinars from March to May in attached flyer.
Chip Deutsch
39:11
In 2018 I was able to download the report card pdf. I am on the IRL report card site now but cannot find a pdf for the updated report card to download -- everything is online. Can you please provide a web link to it?
Susan Hamburger
43:09
Q: Did the migration of the manatees to the Mosquito Lagoon South from the north that had no seagrass cause overgrazing and thus decline of the condition of the manatees?
Susan Hamburger
49:12
Q: Why have they stopped sampling at the Loxahatchee tributary? Lack of people to collect samples, lack of money to process the sample?
Mina Shehee
52:36
Q: what about sedimentation or climate change impacts on seagrasses
Vincent Encomio
54:40
Is there any influence of the Savannas on the IRL in that area? If not, was there a historical influence?
Susan Hamburger
55:26
Savannas Preserve State Park's freshwater marsh is not connected to the IRL.
Dianne Hughes
56:38
I don't know Vincent but it can probably be seen in the Hydrological model we developed for the Savannas which covers 1800+ acers.
Susan Hamburger
01:00:23
Perhaps seagrass loss in South IRL--South is more related to propeller damage than water quality.
Rosemary Badger
01:06:26
This was eye opening! Thank you!
Debbie Culp
01:07:58
Very informative presentation. Thank you.
Michael Walther
01:09:19
What actions are appropriate by local County governments to test and identify contaminants that are driving the continued loss of seagrass?
Sunny Swearingen
01:09:20
Outstanding presentation.
Susan Hamburger
01:11:23
Perhaps the emaciation of the manatees is related to the amount of microplastics they may be ingesting.
Vincent Encomio
01:14:13
The Loxahatchee River District handles the monitoring for the Lox River. https://loxahatcheeriver.org/
Susan Hamburger
01:17:29
How is the SFWMD coordinating with the water sampling done by volunteers for NOAA?
Vincent Encomio
01:20:50
Sue, SFWMD is not coordinating with the PMN program, if that is what you are referring to.
Rosemary Badger
01:21:59
I will be sharing this recording with lots of people. thank you so much!
Vincent Encomio
01:22:34
Thanks Rosemary! please also share the website link for all of our previous recordings.
Rosemary Badger
01:22:52
Will do Vincent!
Susan Hamburger
01:23:11
Vincent, yes, I was asking about the PMN program. Too many different groups are collecting data and not coordinating results.
Vincent Encomio
01:24:27
Sue, I will be reaching out to them again. Need to iron out data access from PMN first, however.
T Proto
01:24:49
Invaluable info!