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Jordan Stanton Economics Report #2 The River Keeper Tues/Thurs 9:30-10:45 10/23/2007
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The River Keeper Jordan Stanton After listening to the St. John’s River Keeper’s presentation I learned a lot of information that pertained to the river. His experience patrolling the St. John’s was evident and his extreme insight on every aspect that went along with it is was compelling. In his presentation he focused on three main aspects, the health of the river, what his job actually entails and the controversy with Central Florida on pumping water out of the St. Johns. According to Armingeon the St. Johns River is 290 miles long and is one of the most profitable economic aspects of the city of Jacksonville. When the river is in poor condition some major features that make the river so lucrative are hurt dramatically. A large portion of revenue generated from the St. John’s is due to the boating, real estate and the seafood industry. When the river is healthy these specific areas generate large amounts of income for Jacksonville;
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course CS 150 taught by Professor Dormady during the Fall '07 term at Jacksonville University.

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