[Canada] A new study suggests that small wetlands play a bigger role in filtering out pollutants and preventing algal blooms in the Continue reading Destruction of small wetlands leads to more algal blooms, Ontario study finds
[USA] Red algae are becoming more of a problem along some parts of the North Carolina coast.
Hope Sutton of the North Carolina Coastal Reserve & National Estuarine Research Reserve tells the StarNews of Wilmington that the algae can clog crab Continue reading Red Algae Becoming A Concern Along NC Coast
[USA] As summer wears on, some lakes, ponds and coves will become a green, goopy mess as microscopic algae blooms go into overdrive.
Algal blooms are not only ugly, but the overabundance of plants soon dies. As they decay, they use up the oxygen in Continue reading Tired of algae blooms? Try floating islands
When warmer weather hits northern Ohio, algal blooms usually move to the forefront of discussions between lawmakers, local officials and residents.
But workers at the Ottawa Wildlife Refuge, whose goals are focused on Continue reading Ottawa Wildlife Refuge restores wetlands, lowers phosphorus levels
[9th, May 2014] One lakeside community in the Poconos looked back in time to combat phosphorus-loving algae that could otherwise leave their waterfronts covered in green slime. The Hideout, a property owners’ association near Lake Ariel, recently completed the first and larger of two phases of wetland restoration on a patch of land between Brook’s Lake and Roamingwood Lake… Continue reading Lakeside community pitches in for all-natural algae treatment