[Barbados] Twleve thousand cubic metres and counting.
That’s how much Sargassum seaweed has been removed from Barbados’ beaches by the National Conservation Commission (NCC) between April and Continue reading 12,000 cubic metres of Sargassum removed
[Brazil] Tons of dead fish have been removed from a Rio de Janeiro lagoon where Olympic events are to be held in 2016, sparking debate among officials and scientists over what caused the mass die-off, as well as fears that the water may be unsafe for athletes. Continue reading Brazil removes 50 tons of dead fish from Olympic waters
[South Africa] South Africa’s West Coast is now free of red tide, said the Department of Environmental affairs. Continue reading South Africa West Coast Now Red Tide Free
[USA] Beach-goers may be familiar with Sargassum, as the brown seaweed with the small berries that washes up along the shore that they like to pop between their fingers. Continue reading A different look at Sargassum seaweed
[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