Template talk:Rivers of Florida

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Why is there a "rivers" sction and an "other rivers" section? Why not just have one section for rivers? (talk) 19:11, 23 April 2009 (UTC)

Entries From The Salt Lagoon[edit]

I was including those on the basis of their being named as "River" or "Lake", but if you think it's better off without 'em I reckon I can live with that. - Aerobird 04:02, 8 January 2007 (UTC)

Names can be misleading; the Indian River and Banana River are part of the Indian River Lagoon, but so are the Mosquito Lagoon and Hobe Sound (which doesn't have an article yet). I think it's a matter of where to draw the line, and the distinction freshwater/salt water makes sense to me. If you include Indian River and Lake Worth (which are lagoons), then you should also include Biscayne Bay, another lagoon. Maybe a template for coastal waters of Florida would be a good place for the lagoons, bays, etc. -- Donald Albury 01:25, 9 January 2007 (UTC)
"Maybe a template for coastal waters of Florida"
The monster lives... :-)
- Aerobird 01:56, 9 January 2007 (UTC)

Lake Tohopekaliga references[edit]

While they are indeed referred to locally as Lake "Toho", I believe the entire lake name should be used in the WP box(es). Does anyone else have an opinion or otherwise care to comment? --Jasap 00:25, 18 April 2007 (UTC)