This week, in response to increased demand for harmful algal bloom information, NOAA researchers and their partners at Heidelberg University began issuing new experimental, early season forecasts of the seasonal ... Read More
In 2014 access to drinking water in Toledo, Ohio was shut downdue to cyanobacterial harmful algal bloom (HAB)toxins from Lake Erie. The National Science Foundation and NOAA responded with aworkshop,'Global ... Read More
NOAA has partnered with NASA, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Geological Survey to transform satellite data designed to probe ocean biology into information that will help protect ... Read More
NCCOS Program Manager David Kidwell wasthe invited speaker at the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) October 2014 Annual Meeting special workshop session on novel approaches to mitigate HABs. Kidwell's ... Read More
NOAA scientists are supporting the response to a bloom of cyanobacteria that contaminated drinking water in Lake Erie on August 2nd, leaving nearly 400,000 in Toledo, OH without drinking water ... Read More
According to NOAA and its partners from several Ohio universities,western Lake Erie will have a large bloom of cyanobacteria, a toxic blue-green algae, in late summer.The predicted bloom is expected ... Read More
NOAA researcher Paula Whitfield uses underwater video and still frames to demonstrate to local middle school students the different types of hardbottom reefs in North Carolina's offshore waters. Credit: William ... Read More
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