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Destructive Algae Blooms Persist In East Hampton Waters

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Digging open the cut to Georgica Pond, which has proven an effective tool at snuffing out dangerous algae blooms in the pond.

Digging open the cut to Georgica Pond, which has proven an effective tool at snuffing out dangerous algae blooms in the pond.

authorMichael Wright on Apr 13, 2022
Stony Brook University researchers who have been monitoring the tidal waters and ponds around East Hampton for a decade said that the summer of 2021 saw some of the highest... more

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