In reading the various posts this AM and some of the other threads, it occured to me (some times I am very slow) that this year HAS been different in several respects than that of previous years. This year we had considerable more rain, which certainly has contributed to the over-load of our water systems. The lagoon has been higher than normal and it had to be drained, the surrounding areas have had considerable more ground water which no doubt has not helped the absorption rate, the sewage plant to doubt has had to deal with a larger inflow of water which may or may not have been 'overflowed' into the lagoon as it is done during the rainy season.
Perhaps the lagoon can deal with the additional water being added. Just look around, everything is so much greener than is usual for this time of the year.
That additional rain certainly would have effects into all the other systems and eco-systems in our town. I was reading this AM the Tomzap blog in Melaque and it would appear that they are having similar issues with their lagoon.So what we are experiencing is not an isolated situation.
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