[USA] On the roof of the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, Calif., in a large plastic tank, a sea otter mother named Abby floats Continue reading More than just cute, sea otters are superheroes of the marsh
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s already been a rough season for Maryland crabs—and now there’s word that it could get worse. Massive rain last week has led to an algae bloom in the Chesapeake Bay. Meghan McCorkell has more on the… Continue reading Chesapeake Bay Algae Bloom Affects Crab Season
Anglers and sailors say authorities need to be better prepared to deal with masses of seaweed at Adelaide Shores boat ramp which caused delays and potentially put lives at risk.
They have called on the State Government to act and take over the… Continue reading Excess seaweed in Adelaide Shores Boat Harbour at West Beach
Recent local television network reports linking Fort Myers Beach recording its first direct algae bloom in eight years have been called untrue by a local official.
Town Environmental Sciences Coordinator Keith Laakkonen… Continue reading Beach algae bloom report called false
LEE COUNTY, FL –It smells horrendous and it leaves a slimy, green film along the Sanibel Causeway. They mystery algae that is spreading there can pose a dangerous health threat… Continue reading Mystery algae washes up new concerns
Brown tide — an overgrowth of algae that clouds the water and harms shellfish — is back in Long Island’s waters for the eighth year in a row, according to Stony Brook University researchers, who also discovered a swath of unidentified seaweed in the Great South Bay… Continue reading Brown tide returns to LI waters
[25th, Apr 2014] The Department of Agriculture (DA) has restricted the sale of brown algae and sea grass. Under Fisheries Administrative Order No. 250, the collection, gathering, selling and exporting of brown algae and sea grass is prohibited. Violators would be… Continue reading DA restricts sale of brown algae, sea grass