[USA] Minnesota lakes are invaded by starry stonewort, an invasive species of algae that is dangerous both for the native lake weed and the fish that live in the lake. Continue reading Invasive algae starry stonewort affects Minnesota lakes
[USA] Ohio’s ongoing problems with toxic algae likely won’t be solved anytime soon, scientists say. They didn’t start overnight, and they won’t be turned around overnight, either. Continue reading Testing farm soil can help in algae fight
[India] An algal bloom has reportedly hit the Kuzhippally beach in Vypeen on Thiruvonam Day.
It was the pungent smell prevailed in the beach area and the presence of froth in the sea close to the shore that attracted the attention of the researchers. Continue reading Algal bloom hits Vypeen area
[USA] For the first time in the history of monitoring of lakes and pond across Suffolk County, 10 separate water bodies with blue-green algae blooms have been officially listed by the state Department of Environmental Conservation as of Aug. 31. Continue reading With tenth blue-green algae bloom in little fresh pond, a new record for Suffolk
[USA] In a recent summer day, Dylan, Madysen and Colten King escaped the heat in time-honored Minnesota fashion: with a swim in a lake. Continue reading Algae blooms threaten state’s $13B tourism industry
[Sweden] Can a seaweed farmer change the world? Wired magazine seems to think so. It named algae entrepreneur Fredrika Gullfot —a former KTH researcher — one of its 12 Wired Innovation Fellows for 2015.