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Key Deer Awareness Day Apr 22
Replying to @KeyDeerDay
Spooky dead trees show the lingering impact of , all the way back in September 2017. A couple we chatted with says it used to be all green where we took the photo. Meanwhile, a Key Deer in the underbrush has tiger stripes.
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Craig Pittman 22h
Taxpayer spending on U.S. disaster fund -- including for & in -- explodes amid change, population trends via
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Spectrum News 13 Apr 24
UPDATE: More than a year and a half since , Cocoa city leaders are moving forward with plans to improve the damaged Cocoa's Riverfront Park after approval Wednesday night:
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Paul Julian, PhD Apr 24
10/24 Here is some more downstream marsh total P concentration data. Low TP concentrations, afterall it’s a wetland. But we have noticed some increasing trends in recent years. Could be , changes in water management or other causes.
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CBD4CharitySWFL▪FelineNFeathers Apr 21
Replying to @NaplesSalesTeam
FIRST you have to get a !
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The Expose Network Apr 22
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Team Rubicon Apr 24
See how we're working to get residents impacted by back into their homes in Florida.
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Paul Julian, PhD Apr 24
20/24 Quick plug. Here is some preliminary data showing the impact of a major tropical storm on soil nutrient storage in the freshwater portion of TS. Soil and storage doesn’t change much pre- and post- …but look at the !!
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Adjusters Intl. Apr 24
Learn what insurance coverage you need for your home or business before hurricane season hits this year:
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Beau Denison Apr 19
Hope the tropics stay quiet this year. Some of us are still dealing with the effects of . Nothing against Mississippi, but one trip to and from via car was enough for me. Hope everyone is well and has a pleasant evening.
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Craig Pittman Apr 24
utilities to use tax savings to cover cost of repairs from via
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Floridian International Adjusters Apr 18
This in was affected by . The contacted us and we so far recovered $118k, the is still going forward. 💡 Remember that have 3 years to file a claim after a hurricane makes landfall in . .
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DisasterPhilanthropy Apr 18
Monroe County Long-Term Recovery Group, one of our Hurricane Irma Recovery Fund grantees, devised a unique solution to house volunteers working on recovery. Learn more:
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Christopher Knipes Apr 21
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CBD4CharitySWFL▪FelineNFeathers Apr 21
NO actually what goes out of is VERY Controlled in the and ONLY what they want. or ANYONE hear ONE thing about suffering STILL AFTER hit? ZERO Coverage!! NOT ONE has been from !
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DOJ CRS Apr 22
supported w/outreach & communication efforts in the aftermath of & to help communities recover from the widespread damage of these natural disasters. On , we commend all who take action to heal the environment & its people.
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UF/IFAS Pinellas SG Apr 24
Richard DeVoe is sharing the experience from flooding events in - October 2015 Rain Event, followed by 2016 and 2017 and on top of that.
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Kareem Pinkston Apr 24
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ACS, An Indra company Apr 22
With , from ACS, you get the real-time information & control needed to respond quickly. During a customer used CENTRIX to restore 70 different faults on the system, reducing cumulative outage time by 80M minutes
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