What are the Everglades? The Everglades are a unique network of subtropical wetlands in South Florida. Due in part to federal water supply and flood control projects (as well as agricultural and urban runoff), the network has been degraded and is approximately half its historical size. The ecosystem is home to a number of unique species, including 67 species on the federal endangered or threatened species lists.
Date of Report: May 15, 2014
Number of Pages: 2
Order Number: IF00026
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