Washington — The mayor of Toledo, Ohio, called Wednesday for the federal government to devote full attention to improving water quality in America’s lakes and rivers, describing the toxic algae blooms that tainted his city’s water supply this summer as a danger “doomed to be repeated.” Continue reading Toledo mayor: U.S. must focus on water quality
Didymo first began appearing in South Island rivers and lakes 10 years ago but so far the algae has been kept out of the North Island. The aquatic pest, also known as “rock snot”, clings to Continue reading Vigilance to contain didymo
Westcountry scientists are using algae to develop an innovative new method of cleaning up contaminated mine water while harvesting valuable resources in the process.
Research teams from universities in Continue reading Could algae be the key to cleaning up Cornish mine water?
KOCHI: Prymnesium Parvum, micro-algae seen in the waters of Kochi, has a huge potential to be used for producing bio-diesel.
This was revealed by researcher Continue reading Algae in Kochi Waters Could be a Source of Green Fuel
An algae bloom in Pearrygin Lake has killed fish and prompted the state park to post signs warning visitors of possible health hazards.
A number of dead fish were noticed Continue reading Blue-green algae causes fish die-off at Pearrygin Lake