Seweage Pollution, Hillsborough Bay, Seagrass, Alga, Caulerpa prolifera
This is the twelfth annual report to FDER to satisfy the requirements set forth in Reclaimed Water and Effluent Limitations and Monitoring Requirements condition #10 of the Howard F. Curren WWTP operation permit FL0020940-001-DW1P.
The City of Tampa, Bay Study Group (BSG), has monitored the effects of sewage pollution abatement in Hillsborough Bay since 1976. During the mid 1980's, water quality improvements and evidence of minor seagrass revegetation in Hillsborough Bay prompted the BSG to initiate a seagrass study to compliment other programs assessing the environmental status of Hillsborough Bay.
Scholar Commons Citation
City of Tampa Department of Sanitary Sewers, "Seagrass and Caulerpa monitoring in Hillsborough Bay Twelfth Annual Report" (2001). Reports. Paper 96.