Rising CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere will stimulate harmful algal blooms at a global level. This warning is issued by scientists Jolanda Verspagen and Jef Huisman of the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on the basis of new mathematical models,… Continue reading Rising CO2 levels will intensify algal blooms across the globe
[Spain] Andrew Mourant writes in RenewableEnergyFocus.com about three advancing microalgae research projects that hold promise for commercial applications. Continue reading Microalgae techniques developing for biofuels in Spain
Harmful algal blooms pop up nearly every summer along the nation’s coasts, often turning the water an eerie red and creating problems for marine life and humans alike… Continue reading What is a red tide?
NASA promised to support the officials in the Toledo area, to diagnose and research the unwanted algae that may harm in the future. These unwanted algae were either not detected or left unnoticed, until the bloom took place… Continue reading NASA to Support the Fight Against Algal Bloom
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The pier at Ontario Beach State Park in Charlotte was closed for hours on Wednesday, as part of the Great Lakes Remedial Action Plan Program to improve water conditions for swimmers there.
Monroe County is working to get… Continue reading Ontario Beach Park Pier Closes for Construction on Anti-Algae Project