The U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Strategic & Economic Dialogue counterpart State Councilor Yang Jiechi welcomed Sapphire Energy and Sinopec, along with five other new U.S.-China partners into the flagship EcoPartnerships… Continue reading Sapphire picked for U.S.-China EcoPartnership program
The National Algae Association has announced that one of its algae incubator program companies, Natural Algae Production, LLC, of Louisiana, has broken ground on a new 10-acre algae farm… Continue reading Natural Algae Production brakes ground on 10-acre farm
A lot of seaweed is washing up on the beach right now. Often called Gulfweed, the clumps are all one or more species of Sargassum, which is a brown algae. The brown algaes are more often associated with colder, more northern coastlines… Continue reading Sargassum (brown algae) washing up on shore
RALEIGH — A fleet of solar-powered water pumps has been cleared for deployment in the huge Jordan Lake reservoir.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved the hotly debated SolarBee project, finding that the weighty floating devices won’t significantly impact the lake’s “human or natural environment.”… Continue reading Feds clear algae-fighting pumps for Jordan Lake
Algae is one of Denmark’s worst summer paradoxes. As soon as the sea gets warm enough to swim in, there’s a risk that the crystal clear water will turn into a thick, greenish soup… Continue reading The blue-green algae threat to Danish beaches
This summer, the Jersey Shore has been visited by an oddly colored, gel-streaked presence. And—heyooo—we’re not just talking about Pauly D. No, it’s a giant blob of algae that exploded out of nowhere, overrunning a portion of the Atlantic so vast that its sliminess is visible from space.
During the warmer months, the state’s… Continue reading Meet the Jersey Shore’s Giant Algal Blob
[USA] Significant algal blooms will return to Western Lake Erie in the coming weeks, according to a NOAA forecast released Thursday Continue reading Significant’ algal bloom forecast, but not as bad as 2013 sliming of Lake Erie
Recent samples taken at Loch Sandavat, Leurbost and Loch Thota Bridein, Achmore have indicated the presence of blue-green algae. Swallowing the water or algal scum can cause stomach upsets or more serious health effects. Contact with the… Continue reading Blue-green algae alert in two Lewis lochs
JEFFERSON – When lakes become overrun with algae, the result is less than pretty. However, the solution is beautiful. In 2006, residents of Jefferson noticed a growing amount of algae and muck in Ashley Cove, a three acre section of Lake Hopatcong… Continue reading Lake Hopatcong installs Floating Wetland Islands to help curb algae growth
[Canada] The bands of blood-red water that appeared to be flowing from the bow of a cruise ship moored on the eastern side of Canada Place Wednesday were likely from algae blooms, say authorities at Port Metro Vancouver. Continue reading Blood-red water near Canada Place likely from algae blooms