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Minimum Flows and Levels

Biologists are studying how freshwater fish community dynamics may be affected by varying water flows and levels.



Fish Population Responses to Floodplain Inundation

Biologists are sampling the St. Johns River and the Ocklawaha River in Florida to assess the benefits of floodplain inundation at a fish population and fish community level.

Minimum Flows and Levels FAQ

Do you have questions about minimum flows and levels or questions about Florida's rivers and floodplains? Read the FAQ article for answers.

Glossary of Minimum Flows and Levels Terms

This section explains terms you might encounter when reading about minimum flows and levels.


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