NEARSHORE ATTACHED FILAMENTOUS ALGAL BLOOMS: A NEW AND GROWING PROBLEM

We are all aware of the threat of harmful algal blooms in waterbodies with high nutrient levels, but why are algal blooms forming on the bottoms of clear lakes with low concentrations of nitrogen and phosphorus?

Join our next Harmful Algal Bloom webinar on Wednesday, July 7th as Dr. Yvonne Vadeboncoeur, Professor of Biological Sciences at Wright State University, discusses her work on filamentous algal blooms and the rising threat they pose for nearshore habitats in lakes with high water quality. Dr. Vadeboncoeur will discuss the groundwater pollution, lake food webs, and the role of the public in better understanding this new threat to some of the world’s most iconic lakes.

This upcoming webinar will be held by the North Central Region Water Network on Wednesday, July 7th at 11AM CST.

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