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Amy Green

Amy Green

Reporter and Producer

Amy Green is a general assignment reporter. She specializes in the environment and science.

Amy has worked as a regular contributor to PEOPLE, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and many other publications. She is a former Associated Press reporter in the Nashville, Tenn., bureau.

Amy is a Florida native. She lives in Orlando with her husband and daughter.

Recent Stories from Amy Green

Rick Worman, a Merritt Island fishing guide, is hoping for clearer water. Photo by Amy Green

BROKEN LAGOON: Microscopic Algae Cells Wreak Havoc In The Indian River Lagoon

A little more than a month after an algal bloom triggered a massive fish kill in the Indian River Lagoon researchers from the Florida Institute of Technology say they have evidence of new blooms. They sampled six locations over the weekend and say the blooms have started to flourish in the northern lagoon.

Marci Smith (center), with her mother Nanci Target and daughter Dawson Smith, wonders how long the dead fish will linger. Photo by Amy Green

Brevard County Launches Clean-up After Thousands Of Dead Fish Foul Indian River Lagoon

In Brevard County leaders are launching a coordinated effort to collect thousands of dead fish fouling in the Indian River Lagoon. The smelly carcasses have been bobbing on the lagoon’s surface since the weekend. They’ll be collected by boat and taken to the county landfill where they’ll be buried. But residents are left having to live with the smelly mess.