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- Tags: bacteria
Tags: agricultural pollution; agriculture; Argulus; bacteria; bass; Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife; C. W. Sheffield; catfish; copepod; Crop Reporting Service; DDT; dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane; disease; DOI; Eastern Fish Disease Laboratory; Eddie Cromwell; farm; farming; fish; fish kill; fishing; Florida Game and Fresh Water Commission; FWS; gizzard shad; Harold L. Moody; insecticide; Lake Apopka; muck farm; Oliver Cope; Orange County Board of Health; parasite; pathogen; pesticide; pollution; protozoan; research; Scyphidia; speckled bullhead; spotted bullhead; spray; Thomas L. Wellborn, Jr.; threadfin shad; trematode; Trichodina; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Department of the Interior; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; USDA; water; water conservation; water quality
Tags: A. D. Aldrich; agricultural pollution; agriculture; algae; algal poisoning; Aquatic Biology Section; Bacillus columnaris; bacteria; bass; black crappie; bluegill; bullhead; catfish; Chic Archer; Cincinnati, Ohio; corn; crappie; crop; Cytophaga columnaris; Dactylogyrus; DDT; detritus; dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane; Duda; Eugene W. Surber; farming; fish; fish kill; fishing; flatworm; Flavobacterium columnare; Flexibacter columnaris; Florida Game and Freshwater Fish Commission; Florida State Board of Health; game fish; gill; gizzard shad; Graham; Harold L. Moody; insecticide; Joe E. Burgess; lake; Lake Apopka; Lake Harris; MacDonald Flying Field; Montverde Fish Camp; Oakland; oxygen; parasite; parathion; pesticide; phytoplankton; plankton; planktonic algae; pollution; research; Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center; Russell Fielding; Scyphidia; speckled bullhead; spray; supersaturation; toxaphene; Trichodina; Turk; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; water; water conservation; water quality; Winter Garden; Zellwood; Zellwood Drainage and Water Control District
Rural Clean-Up Failures: Deterioration of Lake Apopka Attributed to Introduction of 'Excessive Enrichments'
Tags: aeromonas liquefaciens; agricultural pollution; American alligators; bacteria; bacterium; citrus processing; common alligators; Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission; Frank Hayes; gators; hyacinth control; Lake Apopka; Lake Beauclair; muck farming; muck farms; O. E. Frye, Jr.; Ocklawaha River; pesticides; sewage disposal; UG; University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine; water hyacinths; water management; water quality; wildlife die-offs; Wildlife Disease Study; wildlife diseases