[Malaysia] Many Mirians and tourists to the Resort City, especially photographers, were bedazzled by the discovery of ‘Blue Tears’ — a Continue reading Blue Tears – a concern to nature watchers
[Australia] A mass bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef this year killed more corals than ever before, scientists said Tuesday, Continue reading Mass bleaching events at Great Barrier Reef this year kill more corals than ever before
[USA] Since early this month, Florida’s toxic algae problem has plagued the state. The horrific stench Continue reading How Florida’s toxic algae is choking the economy and the environment
[Barbados] For several months last year, the shores along the eastern and southern coasts of Barbados were virtually deserted after a persistent invasion of Sargassum seaweed Continue reading What a relief! Businesses, tourists welcome break from Sargassum invasion
[USA] Seaweed. In the middle of summer. On York’s beaches. Almost nothing else can cause the phone to ring off the hook more often in the office of Parks and Recreation Department director Mike Sullivan.
“The first lecture I get is how important beaches are to our economy,” said Sullivan. “I feel for them. Some people who call me are here for only a week, and it ends up to be a week when there’s seaweed on Long Sands Beach. What I want to tell the public Continue reading Seaweed invasion poses challenges
[Mexico] Authorities on Mexico’s Caribbean coast say they are redoubling efforts to remove tons of sargassum seaweed that has been washing ashore in recent weeks. Continue reading Giant seaweed masses clog beaches on Mexico’s Caribbean coast