[USA] Six years after 2009’s “summer of algae”, we look at who’s doing what now, as the industry diversifies heavily into Continue reading Jim Lane: What’s up with Algae now?
[USA] Seaweed, according to the National Ocean and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) Service of the United States Department of Commerce, is the common name for countless species of marine plants and algae that Continue reading Seaweed research as a viable economic and scientific venture
[USA] Harmful algal bloom toxins have spread down to Santa Barbara. California state health officials are warning people not to eat certain types of seafood from there.
The state department of health is Continue reading California health officials warn against certain seafood due to harmful toxins
[China] Every summer, the Yellow Sea turns green as a thick carpet of algae covers the beaches of Shangdong Province, eastern China. People living in Qingdao and nearby coastal towns have grown accustomed to their beaches looking more like verdant meadows Continue reading Yellow Sea turns green as Qingdao beaches are covered in algae
Limu kala is a tough type of seaweed with “healing properties.” It is prized by Hawaiians for cultural and medicinal uses.
And while it used to be abundant along Oahu’s South Shore, it’s now scarce. Continue reading Seeding seaweed to heal Waikiki’s reefs