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Treviso, the troubled Sile invaded by algae: from Sant’Angelo to Silea the loops are impassable

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Treviso, the troubled Sile invaded by algae: from Sant’Angelo to Silea the loops are impassable

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TREVISO. Comuls of grass, meter-long algae that extend from the banks to where the seabed is deeper, entire loops impracticable by the underwater vegetation that has grown out of all proportion, taking advantage of the perfect mix between torrid heat and lowering of the river level. Here is the drought effect of the Sile, difficult to see for most but worrying and constantly evolving.

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The Sile is not the Piave whose sun-burned shore has become the emblem of the water emergency.

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