[USA] NOAA announced today that it is committing $88,000 in grant and event response funding for Washington state to monitor and analyze an unusually large bloom of toxic algae off its coast.
During large blooms such as this, the algae,Pseudo-nitzschia, can produce a Continue reading NOAA awards $88,000 in grant funding to respond to West Coast harmful algal bloom outbreak
[Grenada] The Grenadian Government is seeking to determine whether the abundance of Sargassum seaweed washing up on its beaches can be of economic benefit to the Eastern Caribbean isle that is washed on the east coast by the Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading Grenada mulls exporting seaweed to China
[USA] A massive algal bloom has been detected by the Lake Erie islands and nearby mainland areas, but officials said there’s no threat yet to the area’s drinking water.
And while the algae is now far from the Toledo and Oregon public-water intakes, Continue reading Massive algal bloom detected by Lake Erie islands
[China] Every summer since 2007, residents of coastal Chinese city Qingdao have been greeted by a mysterious “algae bloom.” No one Continue reading Photos: Chinese beachgoers dive into waves of mysterious algae
[USA] Whether through open ponds, raceways or closed photobioreactors (PBR), growing algae is both a science and an art. Continue reading Ron Kotrba: State-of-the-art algae PBRs