Dr. Zachary Jud spoke Thursday to a group of people at the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center about toxic blue-green algae blooms in South Florida's bodies of water. Scientist cautions blue-green algae can have serious health impact People should avoid contact, wear masks, scientist says
The Sacramento County Superior Court sided with environmentalists who opposed a blanket waiver for growers in the Salinas Valley and other areas of the Central Coast, saying the conditions of an “ag order” failed to protect the public from dangerously high nitrate levels in drinking water and from chemicals linked to the deaths of sea otters and other animals. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times) By GEOFFREY MOHAN contact the reporter
Algae blooms an issue globally 115 scientists attend BGSU symposium BY TOM HENRY BLADE STAFF WRITER Read more at http://www.toledoblade.com/local/2015/04/15/Algae-bloomsan-issue-globally.html#F7dxPjkWRAlpl1vH.99
A group of five middle school students from an after-school reservoir restoration project in Jersey City recently emerged as champions of the national Lexus Eco Challenge, winning a total of $40,000 in awards.
Hydrogen peroxide has been poured into the Torrens lake in the heart of Adelaide in a trial aimed at reducing blooms of blue-green algae. It is the first time the chemical, which is found in cleaning products, has been used in Australia as an algal control in a recreational lake. from www.abc.net.au