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DOH water advisory: Cyanobacteria, aka toxic algae, at the Stick Marsh
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DOH water advisory: Cyanobacteria, aka toxic algae, at the Stick Marsh

DOH issued a water advisory for cyanobacteria, aka blue-green algae, at the Stick Marsh in Indian River County. Here's how toxic it is.
Toxic algae blooms are multiplying. The government has no plan to help.

Toxic algae blooms are multiplying. The government has no plan to help.

A new watchdog report shows the Environmental Protection Agency doesn’t have a cohesive strategy for dealing with freshwater harmful algal blooms.
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Blue-green algae blooms can continue into the fall in Vermont

Cyanobacteria blooms typically occur during the summer in Vermont, but they have been reported as late as November in some recent years.

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Climate change is breeding blue-green algae and costing Kansans to fix stinky water

Climate change is breeding blue-green algae and costing Kansans to fix stinky water

Algae blooms are increasingly fouling Kansas lakes. The blooms can make the water cities take from those lakes taste and smell bad and force them to spend more money on chemicals to make it taste better.
China's port city Qingdao suffers worst algae infestation
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China's port city Qingdao suffers worst algae infestation

China's eastern port city Qingdao is experiencing the worst ever algae infestation in the region, with more than 1,700 square km of coastal area blanketed by harmful green seaweed, also known as "green tide".
 Russian River whipsawed by drought, flood and fire

Summer dreams dry up on the Russian River, a paradise whipsawed by drought, flood and fire

If there was any respite to be found, it was here on the Russian River. Yet everywhere were signs of the West's ever-intensifying drought, with the Russian River taking the early hit.

Canadian Lake toxins caused by blue-green algae bloom
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Grand Lake toxins caused by blue-green algae bloom, province concludes

Provincial water tests have eliminated all other possible contaminants of Grand Lake, and concluded the cause of the toxins in the water is a blue-green algae bloom.
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