[China] Chinese oceanologists said Monday that they have invented an index to predict scale and severity of coastal algae blooms, or Continue reading Chinese scientists predict “green tides”
[China] The ocean off the coast of a popular seaside destination in mainland China has been blanketed with green seaweed turning the water from crystal clear to thick and murky. Continue reading Thick waves of bright green algae wash up on the coast of China
[South Korea] Green tide returned to major water sources of the Seoul metropolitan area this week amid ongoing controversy over the ecological impact of a small dam in the Hangang River.
The Environment Ministry issued a green tide advisory Wednesday for Paldang Lake in Gwangju, Gyeonggi Province, as the water’s chlorophyll-A concentration reached 55.8 milligrams per cubic meter along with over 4,000 Continue reading Green tide threatens Seoul water safety again
[South Korea] A decades-old weir set up in the Hangang River in Seoul is in hot water over what environmentalists call its outdated efficacy and increasing ecological damage, as it has recently been pointed to as a possible culprit for the threatening green tide that Continue reading Hangang weir blamed as key culprit for green tide
An algae bloom, or “green tide,” has quickly expanded across 35,000 square km of waters off China’s eastern coast, the country’s maritime authorities said Wednesday.
The North China Sea Marine Forecasting Continue reading Algae bloom expands to 35,000 square km in China's Yellow Sea