[USA] Iowa State University researchers received a $760,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to study overgrowths Continue reading Iowa State University researchers receive EPA grant to study harmful algal blooms in Iowa lakes
[Singapore] If you chance upon an empty canoe moving by itself off Seletar Island, do not be alarmed. Continue reading Robot kayak joins fight against algae
[USA] Red tide continues to linger in Suncoast waters and it’s doing more than ruining a day at the beach. Local fishermen, both Continue reading Red tide hurting local fishing industry
[Chile] Chilean salmon producers are getting ready to promptly react to a new harmful algal bloom, as the risk that increasing Continue reading Chile risks new harmful algae bloom contagion, salmon sources say
[Singapore] More than 60 fish farms affected by the devastating algae bloom early last year have received assistance from the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA). Continue reading Fish farms get help, make plans to prepare for harmful algae blooms
[USA] The Allegheny National Forest is one of the region’s favorite summertime destinations for boating, fishing, camping, hiking and other outdoors activities. But the Allegheny Reservoir, at the heart of the forest region, is suffering through an algae bloom thatisn’t terribly visitor-friendly.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which Continue reading Algae bloom warnings in place on Allegheny Reservoiir
Lake Erie is going to continue to see huge, harmful algae blooms over the next century, experts said yesterday.
Depending on rainfall and carbon emissions, some data indicate that the lake could experience an 85 percent increase in blooms that stretch 117 square miles or larger, said Jay Martin, a professor of ecological engineering at Ohio State University… Continue reading Toxic algae, now in East Fork Lake, will be part of Ohio’s future, expert says