Everglade dilemma

Everglade Dilemma
The worlds systems of life are of such complexity that even modern man can’t fully understand and predict it. The common word for this is Mother Nature and the question is the mystery of life. Life was created by a specific set of environmental and geologic features present at the same time. Modern life is still effected by the different environmental factors and systems that occur worldwide. Each system reaction causes and equal and opposite reaction in an another system. This cause and effect is demonstrated by many of the earth’s environmental systems. Deep in the heart of Florida lies a natural resource known as the everglades. This particular system is extremely complex and one that follows the action-reaction principle. Both the correct environmental features, as well as the right rock layers and substrates created the everglades.
Geology and the environment created a system that has been nearly destroyed by man. Now he is trying to return the glades to life with a complicated set of levees and canals. In order to restore the everglades to life, one must understand them. How was this hive of life created, what happened to it, and what is currently happening to it? What processes can be invoked to help clean the water, remove pollutants, and restore water flowage. The underground aquifer is tapped by every city in Florida. This partially drains some of the water that would otherwise flow in to the everglades. Other unavoidable are the highways that run through the glades and long-stretching canals such as the Miami, which diverts and drains much water.