Per Lake Elsinore and San Jacinto Watersheds Authority (LESJWA), the most recent algae bloom in some of the East Bay coves of Canyon Lake highlights the importance of alum treatments to help improve the overall water quality of Canyon Lake… Continue reading Alum Treatment Update – LESJWA Explains Algae Bloom In East Bay Coves
Some things go swimmingly with a summer trip to the beach – sunscreen, mystery novels, cold beverages and sandcastles. Other things – like aquatic algae – are best avoided. The Landsat 8 satellite is helping researchers
spot these organisms from space, gathering information that could direct beachgoers away from contaminated bays and beaches… Continue reading Taking NASA-USGS’s Landsat 8 to the Beach
Helsinki City’s environment unit is warning beach goers to exercise caution following sightings of blue-green algae near beaches in Vantaa. Although the unseasonably cold weather has slowed algae growth, it has begun to show up in many parts of southern Finland… Continue reading Helsinki officials warn beach goers over blue-green algae
Bedford, MA-based Joule has announced that the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has favorably reviewed the company’s Microbial Commercial Activity Notice (MCAN) for their first commercial ethanol-producing catalyst… Continue reading Joule gets EPA Clearance for Modified Cyanobacteria
BEMUS POINT, N.Y. (WIVB) – A blue-green algae, which contains bacteria that can be harmful to humans and pets, is blooming in Chautauqua Lake.
As swimmers and boaters enjoy Fourth of July weekend on Chautauqua Lake,… Continue reading Toxic algae found at Chautauqua Lake