Even Shad are Dying Says Authority: Federal Evaluation Sought On Lake Apopka

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Title

Even Shad are Dying Says Authority: Federal Evaluation Sought On Lake Apopka

Alternative Title

Federal Evaluation Sought On Lake Apopka

Subject

Lake Apopka (Fla.)
Water quality--Florida
Pollution--Florida

Description

A newspaper article discussing an invitation extended by Lake County water authorities to Clarence Carswell, director of the National Marine Water Quality Laboratories, to visit Lake Apopka in Florida. The invitation is motivated by the frequent fish kills, described by Dr. Lackey in his letter to Carswell as so severe "even the shad die." According to the article, Dr. Lackey also claims that they are unable to determine which specific pesticides are being discharged into the lake via aerial spraying.

Source

Photocopy of newspaper article: "Even Shad are Dying Says Authority: Federal Evaluation Sought On Lake Apopka." May 7, 1967: binder 1967, Friends of Lake Apopka Archives, Ginn Museum, Oakland Nature Preserve, Oakland, Florida.

Date Created

ca. 1967-05-07

Date Copyrighted

1967-05-07

Date Issued

1967-05-07

Is Format Of

Digital reproduction of photocopied newspaper article: "Even Shad are Dying Says Authority: Federal Evaluation Sought On Lake Apopka." May 7, 1967.

Is Part Of

Binder 1967, Friends of Lake Apopka Archives, Ginn Museum, Oakland Nature Preserve, Oakland, Florida.
Friends of Lake Apopka Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.

Format

image/jpg

Extent

148 KB

Medium

1 newspaper article

Language

eng

Type

Text

Coverage

Lake Apopka, Florida
Eustis, Florida

Accrual Method

Donation

Mediator

History Teacher
Science Teacher

Rights Holder

Copyright to this resource is held by the Friends of Lake Apopka and is provided here by RICHES of Central Florida for educational purposes only.

Contributing Project

Curator

King, Joshua

Digital Collection

Source Repository

External Reference

"Learn About Your Watershed: Ocklawaha River Watershed." Florida's Water: Ours to Protect, Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Accessed June 12, 2015. http://www.protectingourwater.org/watersheds/map/ocklawaha/.

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