Mercury pollution at a Superfund site adjacent to a New Hampshire river is becoming more toxic because of algae in the river.
Transformation of the mercury into Continue reading Bioaccumulation by algae makes mercury pollution at Superfund site more toxic
Lake County water officials this summer will, for the first time, gain access to satellite data that could help them better track, predict and understand the potentially toxic algal blooms that plague Clear Lake and other freshwater bodies Continue reading Satellite data a boon for Lake officials studying toxic algal blooms
Last summer’s Lake Erie toxic algae outbreak shut down the water supply for almost half a million people in Toledo and the surrounding suburbs. Bottled water ran out in stores across the area, and residents fled the city in search of clean water — an option not available to Continue reading Industrial corn farming is ruining our health