Which way does the Indian River flow?

The Indian River extends southward from the Ponce de Leon inlet in New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County southward and across the Haulover Canal and along the western shore of Merritt Island. The Banana River flows into the Indian River on the island’s south side.

Can you swim in the Indian River?

Bacteria warning: Don’t go swimming in Indian River Lagoon at Jaycee Park in Fort Pierce. … Enteric bacteria inhabit the intestinal tract of humans and animals. Potential health risks for people who ingest or come in contact with the water include upset stomach, diarrhea, eye irritation and skin rashes.

What’s wrong with the Indian River?

Indian River Lagoon — Threats to the System

The most serious threats to the health of the IRL include reduced water quality due to manmade hydrologic changes, non-point source pollution, loss and fragmentation of habitats, overuse/overharvest of resources, and the threat of invasive exotic species.

Why does the Indian River stink?

The recent rotten-egg smell along U.S. 1 in Palm Bay and elsewhere along the Indian River Lagoon is caused mostly by a rotting algae called Gracilaria, or red drift algae, that emits hydrogen sulfide.

Is it safe to swim in the Indian River in Florida 2021?

Bacteria warning: Don’t swim in water in Indian River Lagoon at Sebastian Inlet State Park. Don’t swim in the Indian River Lagoon around Coconut Point at Sebastian Inlet State Park. … The health department considers levels above 70 enteric bacteria colonies in a 100-milliliter water sample to be unsafe.

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Does the Indian River Lagoon have a tide?

The tide is currently falling in Indian River Lagoon. As you can see on the tide chart, the highest tide of 0.26ft was at 4:19am and the lowest tide of 0ft was at 11:18am. Click here to see Indian River Lagoon’s tide chart for the week.

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