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Pensacola Bay Oyster Company in Florida says someone stole 17,000 oysters.
Wastewater from the process was dumped into a pair of unlined pits on the site, which then fed untreated into Pensacola Bay via two drainage ditches.
Oyster populations and the reefs they form have suffered chronic long-term decline throughout the species' range, including in northwest Florida's Pensacola Bay estuary system (PBS).
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 26, 2016-Skanska awarded USD399m contract to build the new Pensacola Bay Bridge in Florida, US
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-August 26, 2016-Skanska awarded USD399m contract to build the new Pensacola Bay Bridge in Florida, US
More than 450 years old, Pensacola, Fla., is a town rich in history and filled with accessible attractions along the banks of Pensacola Bay. The most affordable time to visit is during, what the local convention and visitor bureau calls, the "Secret Season," Labor Day through February.
The outflow lines carry storm water into Pensacola Bay. The EPA prohibited the pipes from being buried by open-cut construction because of the high level of contaminated ground water.
The Pensacola Lighthouse has towered over Pensacola Bay since 1859 and is still in use today.
The Subway SailFest South Regatta has been planned on Pensacola Bay for the July 4 Independence Day weekend.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said the affected waters are largely between Louisiana State waters at the mouth of the Mississippi River to Florida's Pensacola Bay.
Scallops have been essentially nonexistent in Pine Island Sound (Table 1) in southwest Florida and in Pensacola Bay and St.