A public health warning has been issued not to take or eat shellfish from Port Underwood, in Marlborough.
Nelson Marlborough Medical officer of health Dr Ed Kiddle said routine testing of shellfish in Port Underwood waters Continue reading Toxin prompts shellfish warning
In honor of this day, my FAME Forum blog entry this week is about university student award winners under the EPA’s People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) program. Last week, the agency announced up to $15,000 for each of 42 Continue reading National Bioenergy Day: People, Prosperity and the Planet
[Global] Weird, wonderful and sometimes toxic algae blooms at sea attract attention. But algal blooms, known as harmful algal blooms Continue reading Freak algae blooms and how they can “fix” as much carbon as a rainforest
A seaweed expert is appealing for information on a Victorian lady collector ahead of a talk in Scarborough next week.
Dr Jane Pottas, from Whitby, is a phycologist – phycologists study algae, a loose term which includes seaweeds. Continue reading Mystery surrounds Victorian lady seaweed collector
[New Zealand] The world’s experts in harmful algal blooms and marine biotoxins will descend on Wellington next week for the 16th Continue reading International conference tackles harmful algae threats
The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Ohio about $7.4 million to fight harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie.
Susan Hedman, the EPA’s regional administrator, announced Monday that the agency has awarded $8.6 million to Ohio, Michigan and Indiana Continue reading EPA awards funds to fight Lake Erie algal blooms, Ohio gets about $7.4 million