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WQA Statement On Cyanotoxins And Microcystin

The Water Quality Association has released an official statement on cyanotoxins such as microcystin, which was recently detected in the public water supply serving Toledo, Ohio. What are cyanotoxins? Certain varieties of freshwater algae known ... Water Online, 3 weeks ago
WQA issues statement on cyanotoxins Water Technology Online, 3 weeks ago
Cyanotoxins and Microcystin, 3 weeks ago

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Blue Green Algae Advisory Issued at Dauphin Lake Manitoba

The province says testing from Sifton Beach on Dauphin Lake has shown that blue-green algae or cyanobacteria have exceeded Manitoba's recreational water quality objective for cyanobacterial cell count of 100,000 cells per mL. It has posted this sign ...
 ECanadaNow1 week ago Blue-green algae on Dauphin Lake prompts advisory  CBC3 weeks ago

Cyanobacteria are far from just Toledo's problem

Over the weekend, an entire city was brought to its knees by pond scum. Toledo, Ohio, gets its drinking water from the western end of Lake Erie. A bloom of bacteria formed there last week, producing a dangerous toxin called microcystin. City ...
 San Francisco Chronicle3 weeks ago Toledo area, Ohio on third day of drink and swim water ban  Sott.net3 weeks ago Don't Drink the Water!  ZNet3 weeks ago Toxic Algae in Your Drinking Water: Coming Soon to a Town Near You?  The New Republic Online4 weeks ago
Slate Magazine

Poisoned Planet

A cyanobacteria bloom in Guatemala's Lake Atitlán created a vast dead zone in the otherwise fecund lake, showing that billions of years later these bacteria can still cause grief. Photo by NASA Earth Observatory / Jesse Allen, based on data from ...
 Slate Magazine1 month ago

Intracellular Ca-carbonate in cyanobacteria [Microbiology]

Karim Benzerara a , 1 , Feriel Skouri-Panet a , Jinhua Li a , Céline Férard a , Muriel Gugger b , Thierry Laurent b , Estelle Couradeau a , c , Marie Ragon a , c , Julie Cosmidis a , Nicolas Menguy a , Isabel Margaret-Oliver a , Rosaluz ...
 PNAS1 month ago

Joule First to Receive US EPA Clearance for Commercial Use of Modified Cyanobacteria for Fuel Production

Joule reported that the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has favorably reviewed the company's Microbial Commercial Activity Notice (MCAN) for Joule's first commercial ethanol-producing catalyst. According to a release, this clears the ...
 Individual.com1 month ago 07.07.14 -- EPA Clearance For Commercial Use Of Modified Cyanobacteria For Fuel Production  Hydrocarbon Online1 month ago Joule announces EPA clearance for modified cyanobacteria  Biomass Magazine2 months ago Joule First to Gain US EPA Clearance for Commercial Use of Modified Cyanobacteria for Fuel Production  Crawford Financial Planning2 months ago

Significant Harmful Algal Bloom Predicted in Western Lake Erie This Summer

It has been predicted that the western Lake Erie will have a significant bloom of cyanobacteria, a toxic blue-green algae, during the 2014 bloom season in late summer. However, the predicted bloom is expected to be smaller than last year's intense ...
 MedIndia1 month ago NOAA, partners predict significant harmful algal bloom in western Lake Erie this summer  Infrosoft1 month ago Possible harmful algal bloom in western Lake Erie this summer  Terra Daily1 month ago Public Health Officals Offer Warning Of Algae blooms In Hamilton And Haldimand  ECanadaNow1 week ago
Digital Journal

Hot-spring bacteria reveal ability to use far-red light for photosynthesis

This photo shows the colors of the cells of the cyanobacterium Leptolyngbya sp. strain (JSC-1), which was collected from a hot spring near Yellowstone National Park. The cells were grown in white fluorescent light (WL), green-filtered fluorescent ...
 AgroTimes.com4 days ago Hot spring bacteria use red light for growth  Digital Journal6 days ago Newly Discovered Hot Springs Bacteria Can Use Far-Red Light For Photosynthesis  Red Orbit1 week ago
New Scientist

You don't miss your water — till it turns toxic

Is this goop fit to drink? An eruption of harmful algae (cyanobacteria) at Pelee Island, Ohio, in Lake Erie, 2009. On Aug. 2, half-a-million residents of Toledo, Ohio were told to quit drinking city water that was laced with microcystin, a ...
 Why Files2 weeks ago Lake Erie Toxic Algae: Pelee Island Closes Beaches, Warns Against Tap Water Amid Blue-Green Algae Flare-Up  International Business Times4 days ago Toxic Algae Blooms Could Hurt Canadian Waters, Expert Warns (PHOTOS)  Huffington Post Canada3 weeks ago How to stop toxic blooms clogging up Lake Erie  New Scientist3 weeks ago
Sault Star Online

Blue green algae spotted on local lakes

Algoma Public Health would like to advise residents and visitors that a potential blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) Bloom has been observed on Bright Lake and Pine Island. Cyanobacteria are microscopic organisms that are naturally present in lakes ...
 Sault Star Online1 week ago Poland: Blooms of blue-green algae spoil sunbathing at Sopot Beach  Citizenside1 month ago Watch Out for Blue-green Algae Blooms  Noodls1 month ago Blue-Green Algae Bloom Found in J.L. Curran Reservoir  Review Zone5 days ago
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