Invasive algae is a big problem in Hawaii, but two high school students from St. Andrew’s Priory say they’ve found an answer that will help both the environment and the economy.
“Macroalgae is basically multi-celled and Continue reading High school students make waves with invasive algae research
Those from this region can survive summer temperatures of up to 35ºC on a regular basis.
Even the most adaptable corals will find it difficult to sustain themselves due to global warming, according to a new research. Continue reading Corals endangered by salinity levels in southern Arabian Gulf
Every biomass business must have ways to measure success, output and efficiency improvements. But how easy is it to compare those measures across an entire industry? It may be a simple matter of dry weight tonnage and market value, but it can also become vastly Continue reading Matt Carr: Managing What You Measure
[USA] The National Center for Marine Algae and Microbiota (NCMA) is an invaluable resource for the algae community around Continue reading NCMA expands service