Harmful Algal Bloom Experiment In Lake Agawam A Success So Far - 27 East

Harmful Algal Bloom Experiment In Lake Agawam A Success So Far

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Devices deployed in Lake Agawam in April appear to be helping to mitigate the harmful algal bloom.

Devices deployed in Lake Agawam in April appear to be helping to mitigate the harmful algal bloom.

Kitty Merrill on May 24, 2021
In the dance with Lake Agawam’s dangerous cynobacteria, it looks like the two step might be a winner. This week, water quality expert Dr. Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University... more

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