Southern Iran-based Qeshm Micro Algae Biological Refinery (QMAB), the Middle-East’s largest microalgae biological technological company, has started negotiations with worldwide airlines to provide them with long term bio-jet agreements, in coordination with the Kyoto protocol CO2 reduction requirements. Continue reading QMAB pursuing partnerships to produce algal bio-jet
A bioluminescent algae that turns the waters of Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River Lagoon into a magical, mystery light show has reappeared.
Surrounding manatees, dolphins and mullet in a blue glow and sparkling in the Continue reading Beautiful glow carries price for lagoon
It is often easy to think of humans as the most vital form of life on the planet, but most scientists would agree that honor goes to microbes. These often invisible single- to a few-celled organisms are the basis of the food chain on land and in the oceans. Continue reading Scientists find viruses affect life and death of huge carbon-eating algae bloom
A Northwest Ohio lawmaker is renewing a call for tighter run-off regulations through House Bill 611.
The proposed legislation, sponsored by Rep. Michael Sheehy, of Oregon, Ohio, would adjust standards for manure application. Continue reading Manure use restrictions sought to combat lake algae
The mystery sheen covering the Muskingum River in both Muskingum and Coshocton counties is a diatom algae bloom, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency said yesterday.
Diatom blooms do not create harmful toxins like the algae blooms that have Continue reading Muck on Muskingum River is diatom algae bloom
[USA] A federal grant will enable University of Michigan scientists to study how climate change affects water quality and water levels in Continue reading Scientists get federal grant for Great Lakes study
Welcome to tropical Sydney, where colourful surgeonfishes and parrotfishes are plentiful, corals have replaced kelp forests, and underwater life seems brighter, more colourful and all-round better. Or is it?
While this vision of a future Sydney is Continue reading Sydney’s waters could be tropical in decades, here’s the bad news…