[Global] The oceans are dying – and in some places, death is spreading faster than others. Take those so-called “dead zones”, for Continue reading Our oceans will be riddled with death in the near-future
[USA] Projected increases in rain from global warming could further choke U.S. waterways with fertilizer runoff that trigger dead zones Continue reading Warming to worsen dead zones, algae blooms choking US waters
[India] One day in 2008 a strange wave washed in at Mandapam in the Gulf of Mannar, Tamil Nadu. In sharp contrast to the azure blue of the coral-filled waters of the Marine National Park, Continue reading Algal death traps
[USA] The open waters of Lake Erie are a little less of a scary blue-green this week as the microcystis cyanobacteria bloom west of West Sister Island is producing less toxic microsystin. Continue reading What color is your water? Research leads to answers, more questions
[USA, EU] NASA’s Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 has captured images of what seems to be large algae blooms swirling in the Baltic Sea. Continue reading NASA captures large algae bloom swirling in the Baltic Sea
[USA] The sulphurous springs of Yellowstone national park are scalding, tainted with heavy metals and acidic enough to eat through clothing. But their murky depths are also home to an algae that scientists claim could one day help provide cleaner, healthier water around the world. Continue reading Galdieria sulphuraria in a New Mexico sewage farm is the key to water security
Scientists claim to have discovered the first deep ocean ‘dead zones’, which are areas of water with virtually no oxygen-in immense whirlpools in the tropical North Atlantic.
Canadian and German researchers Continue reading Scientists Find the First Deep Ocean Dead Zones
[Global] Nearly all ocean dead zones will increase by the end of the century because of climate change, according to a new Continue reading Ocean dead zones are getting worse globally due to climate change
Dead zones, or marine areas with levels of dissolved oxygen so low few things can exist, are becoming increasingly common as climate changes and soaring pollution from human populations combine to put record stress on waterways. This trend is alarming in most places, because marine life Continue reading Climate change disrupts Arabian Sea with little-known, voracious plankton
There’s no doubt that we’ve come a long way since the 1970s and the foul Fox River that flushed into the bay of Green Bay, but more work needs to be done.
A recent tour this past week organized by the group Clean Bay Backers took environmentalists, local and state Continue reading Bring life to dead zones in bay