January 6-7, 2022, the Algal Bloom Action Team hosted a free Virtual Harmful Algal Bloom Research Symposium. Last year’s event brought together over 890 educators and researchers from across the US to hear the latest HAB research and discussed ongoing outreach efforts.
This year’s symposium featured emergent harmful algal bloom (HAB) research and provided a venue for moderated discussions regarding HAB research, outreach, and how information dissemination can be improved.
- Session 1: HAB Monitoring and Ecology – View the Recording
- Session 2: Cyanotoxin Treatment and Detection – View the Recording
- Session 3: Forecasting and Modeling HABs – View the Recording
- Large Scale Season-Ahead Forecasting of Algae Abundance in Inland Lakes
- The Effect of Local Physical Lake Conditions on the Vertical Heterogeneity of
Cyanobacteria and Microcystin in Stratified Eutrophic Lakes
- Utilizing High-Frequency Water Quality Observations to Understand Physical Mixing Controls of CyanoHABs in Inland Discontinuous Polymictic Aquatic Systems
- Spatio-temporal Characterization of a Complete Algal Bloom Event using
Fluorescence Spectroscopy in Tandem with Conventional Physio-Chemical Methods
- Session 4: Emerging Technology for Detecting and Monitoring HABs – View the Recording
- Real-Time HAB Monitoring via Artificial Intelligence Enhanced Digital Microscopy
- Harmful Algal Bloom and Nutrient Monitoring and Modeling Using Unmanned
- Rapid Testing Technique for Microcystin and Cylindrospermopsin
- Rapid, Portable, Multiplexed Detection of Harmful Algal Toxins in the Great Lakes
This event has passed. You can view all information regarding the symposium at the link below.