A state research scientist says a recent sea grass study from the skies of Cedar Key was meant to focus on the logistics of using unmanned aerial vehicles, rather than addressing specific problems with marine plant life in the area.
“There’s no concern,” said Dr. Paul Carlson, a researcher with FWC’s research institute in St. Petersburg. “The reason we flew was because the sea grass levels were so healthy.”
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