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Lake Erie algae bloom regresses in past year – Toledo Blade

Published on: 07/06/2012

Last summer, harmful algae covered a Long Island-sized area of water in Lake Erie, ramping up the cost of water treatment, sickening pets, and driving tourists away from beaches.

But state and federal officials Thursday predicted good news: This year, the algae bloom will likely be only about one-tenth the size of the bloom that spread across Lake Erie’s western basin in 2011.

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