An agricultural economist lays out different options for fixing Lake Erie’s algal blooms, like a phosphorus tax or subsidy, along with associated costs.
104 Search results for: "algal blooms"
Numerous methods have been put forth to tackle the persistent problem of toxic algal blooms around the world. And a lot of those focus on the source of the issue,[…]
Harmful algal blooms commonly occur as surface scums and “blooms.” Most occur in warm, still or slow moving, green-water lakes during summer and early fall months. They are often found[…]
Scientists at the University of Nottingham and McGill University have found that pollution is the biggest driver for nuisance algal blooms in European and North American lakes, according to a[…]