Dr. Christopher Gobler, of Stony Brook Southampton’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, is a man who needs no introduction in Southampton Town… Continue reading Algae Doctor to Pair with Southampton on Nitrogen-Reduction Initiative
Florida waters can be a dangerous place, but probably not for the things you might think. It’s not sharks that you need to worry about, but other things lurking in the waters. Last month, Florida warned visitors of a flesh eating bacteria in its waters that had already managed to kill a few people while infecting even more. While the latest warning isn’t nearly… Continue reading Toxic Red Tide Algae Bloom Approaches Florida Coast
Could the days of the potato and tortilla chip be numbered? With the Paleo and other high-protein diets having their moment, it might seem so. Add to that, our culinary landscape is increasingly becoming gluten-free, for reasons unknown and our citizens are reading… Continue reading Is This the Death of the Potato Chip?
Seaweed is algae, and is, as with so many things, necessary and all good. Until there’s too much of it. As home and food for myriad creatures, as a CO2 sink and as an ecosystem filter, it consumes great quantities of nitrates,… Continue reading Ecofacts: Seaweed – Too Much of a Good Thing
Soldiers will descend on Mġiebaħ Bay next Tuesday for a much awaited clean-up of the picturesque sandy beach, according to the Infrastructure Ministry.
The secluded beach nuzzled below… Continue reading Soldiers to remove Mġiebaħ seaweed
ORTIGUEIRA, Aug 10 ― Three young Spaniards in wetsuits plunge into the sea to harvest a culinary delicacy that promises them a way out of troubled financial waters: seaweed.
Armed with stainless steel scythes,… Continue reading Spanish trio seek way out of financial crisis via seaweed riches
The province says it’s safe to swim at most Manitoba beaches this weekend.
In its weekly beach press release, the province says an algal bloom on Dauphin Lake at Sifton Beach tested above the guideline and is warning swimmers to keep an eye out for the blue-green scum… Continue reading Blue-green algae on Dauphin Lake prompts advisory
Think of urban farming, and you might picture a rooftop vegetable garden. But designers from EcoLogicStudio in London think that cities should start to take a different approach to their farms: Instead of lettuce or kale, the architects are experimenting with new artificial systems that grow algae. Continue reading These Reinvented Urban Farms Grow Algae, Not Kale
July 21 for Odell Lake, located off Highway 58 in Klamath County, about 31 miles southeast of the Lane County city of Oakridge… Continue reading State lifts algae health alert for Odell LakeThe Oregon Health Authority said Friday it has lifted an algae-related health advisory issued