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SRS Crisafulli dredge removes sediment and improves water quality Power Lake, North Dakota, USA - Case Study
Outbreaks of blue-green algae in a 1,616-acre natural lake, created an emergent call to action in the 1990’s from the community of Powers Lake, North Dakota, USA. Due to blue-green algae blooms, the recreational value of Powers Lake plummeted and few people gathered or recreated there. Powers Lake Watershed Committee (PLWC) In 1998, the local community recognized the importance of Powers ...
In fresh water, such as lakes and reservoirs, harmful blooms are most often caused by cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) - these are single-celled organisms known as phytoplankton. However, when these ...
In 2021 reports of potentially toxic algal blooms in bodies of water across the United States soared to at least 476, an 8% increase over the 439 outbreaks reported in the previous year. The reported increase in sightings was announced by the ...
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