Finding opportunites in toxic algae

The New York Times reported predictions of increased rain in 2013 that would result in toxic algae (microcystis aeruginosa) blooms in Lake Erie capable of crippling the fishing and tourism industries. The algae volume is expected to match that in the 1960s, when unregulated wastewater cultivated ...

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