[Australia] Both marine and freshwater species are affected by acidifying water in ways that disrupt the entire food web, scientists warn. Continue reading Rising CO2 levels threaten aquatic life, studies show
SARASOTA COUNTY – Close to 100 people volunteered Saturday morning to watch grass grow.
That may sound dull on the surface, but the work had deeper meaning. For about four hours, a collection of boaters, Continue reading Survey of sea grass aims to educate
An important food resource has been disappearing from streams without anyone noticing until now.
In a new study published March 6 in the journal Science, a team of researchers led by University of Continue reading Nutrient pollution damages streams in ways previously unknown, ecologists find
Students at Christa McAuliffe School 28 in Jersey City had already been dismissed for the day when their teacher, Malissa Yabut, came chasing after them on Jan. 9.
“Guys we won!” Yabut said, instantly putting a smile on the faces of 10 Continue reading Super Tilapia Algae Xterminators and Algae Extinguishers win $20,000 for ‘Project Reservoir’ in Eco Challenge
An invasive algae spreading quickly through Michigan inland lakes has been found for the first time in Wisconsin — in Little Muskego Lake in Waukesha County.
The state Department of Natural Continue reading Invasive algae found for the first time in a Wisconsin lake
(GOLD CREEK)- It’s a sure sign of late summer on Montana’s rivers. Thick algae starting to clog some sections of water, stealing oxygen from fish and creating a hazard for recreational users.
However, now new state regulations are… Continue reading State aims new rules at keeping MT waterways free of algae
Driving or walking past the Ohio Department of Natural Resources building on East State Street in Athens provides a view of a pond with what some might guess is an algae problem… Continue reading ODNR taking action to eradicate green gunk at pond