The densely populated megalopolis of South Florida is losing it's water wells as sea water intrudes into the Biscayne Aquifer. Salt water has already moved 6 miles inland in Broward County and is likely to continue to creep westward. Ninety percent of South Florida gets its drinking water from underground supplies, most from the Biscayne aquifer. This inland movement observed in Broward County is due to urban withdrawals from the Biscayne Aquifer, ocean water moving sideways into the aquifer and seepage of saltwater from surface sources A report titled Climate Change AND Sea-Level Rise IN Florida
notes the hellish calamity that will affect Florida's urban populations, economy, ecosystems and coasts.. Governor Scott's, inaction and hostility now threatens funds and other aid from FEMA
Where is the disaster relief going to come from if not from Federal sources?
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