[USA] Growing anxiety over America’s toxic algae problem has spurred a niche industry of entrepreneurial businesses focused on Continue reading NAA workshop: What’s the best way to rid America of toxic algae?
[USA] Two North Carolina dog owners are raising awareness of the dangers of blue-green algae after their beloved canines were killed Continue reading Three dogs suffer seizures and die after swimming in pond contaminated with toxic blue-green algae in North Carolina
[Global] Many of us have experienced it: a nice summer day on the lake spoiled by the seemingly overnight appearance of a greenish-brown sludge
[USA] You wouldn’t think that a professor whose work mainly focuses on dry, arid landscapes would have much relevance to life Continue reading Marinette Campus professor researches possible link between environmental exposure to algae and Alzheimer’s
[Brazil, Netherlands] The first rains after a long period of drought this summer washed so much fertiliser into the surface water, Continue reading Rainfall after drought caused explosion of cyanobacteria populations
[UK] Blue-green algae is currently a major health risk as high summer temperatures encourage growth of the toxic plant. Continue reading Blue green algae dogs warning: What does blue green algae look like, is it dangerous?
[USA] Not all algae are the same, says Bowling Green State University biology professor George Bullerjahn. Here are a few Continue reading Planktothrix and microcystis: Not all algae are the same
[USA] After about 20 years, researchers from UF and the Palatka-based St. Johns River Water Management District may have found a Continue reading UF researchers find way to possibly reduce harmful algae
[USA] The next event in the Ashland University Environmental Lecture Series, with a theme of “Ohio’s North Coast,” will be a Continue reading Ashland University lecture to focus on algal blooms
[Canada] A study within a study that has been ongoing for almost half a century at the IISD-Experimental Lakes Area (IISD-ELA) Continue reading IISD-ELA research shows nitrogen removal doesn’t decrease bloom size