[USA] All those wild dolphins license plates could bring Florida scientists closer to figuring out just how much toxic algae a Continue reading Florida Tech to study toxic algae impact on dolphins
[USA] An undergraduate research project has verified concerns that a cyanobacterial algae bloom in Oyster Pond this summer emitted Continue reading Study verifies toxin-producing algae in oyster pond
[USA] A University of Toledo researcher has received a $224,937 grant to help make filters at conventional water-treatment plants, Continue reading Researcher at UT gets grant to study algal toxin filtration
[Netherlands] A common type of blue-green algae is finding it easy to adapt to Earth’s rising CO2 levels, meaning blue-green algae — Continue reading Toxic blue-green algae adapt to rising CO2
[USA] Over the last 20 years, Lake Erie has been heaving up ever-larger blooms of cyanobacteria that are so toxic they shut down Toledo, Ohio’s drinking water system in 2014. Continue reading Nitrogen triggers extra-toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie
[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] Calling all entrepreneurs: If you have what it takes to stop the world’s growing algae menace, you could win $10 million.
The unusual bounty is being offered by the Everglades Foundation of Palmetto Bay, Fla., near Miami. Continue reading Contest pursues solution to algae, and the prizes are dollars, in millions
[USA] For at least fifty years, phytoplankton and algae blooms have been a regular occurrence in summer on Lake Erie.
However, researchers say this year the toxic blooms could reach record levels. Continue reading The giant algae bloom turning the Great Lakes GREEN: Scientists warn of 'severe' threat from toxic bacteria
[USA] You may have driven through the green slime while on your boat, or you may have seen it washing up on the shores of Lake Havasu.
“The Rise of the Green Slime,” is what Continue reading Colorado River algae blooms could be research priority at ASU Havasu
BOWLING GREEN — Meet Rick Stumpf.
He’s a mild-mannered East Coast scientist who a few weeks from now will give the federal government’s 2015 western Lake Erie algae forecast, based on the best available science developed Continue reading 115 scientists gathered to discuss lake management