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Barley Straw for Algae Control, APM-1-W
The use of barley straw for algae control has received a lot of publicity in recent to suspect that barley might also control algae in ponds and lakes.
National Algal Biofuels Technology Roadmap
Blue-green Algae
Under some environmental conditions, blue-green algae can become so to blue-green algal toxins in surface waters (lakes, rivers, streams and reservoirs).
Look back at the U. S. Department of Energy's Aquatic Species
The ASP studied a fairly specific aspect of algae—their ability to produce natural winnowed down to around 300 species, mostly green algae and diatoms.
ExxonMobil Algae Biofuels Research and Development Program

Suggested News Resources

Sales tax numbers show algae had little effect on Grand Lake revenue
Officials warn of algae at northeast Kansas lake
(AP) — State officials have issued a warning about toxic algae blooms in one northeast Kansas lake and continued their warning for a federal reservoir in the area.
Kansas Blue-green Algae Alerts Updated
Topeka, KS - infoZine - In recent testing of Kansas lakes by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), blue-green algae levels in several lakes remain high.
Algae bloom growing in Tampa Bay
An algae bloom is growing in Tampa Bay, turning water into the color of rust. The bloom is the bay's first in two years and is dangerous to fish. It is caused by a combination of the heat, rain and fertilizer runoff into the bay.
Raised algal toxin levels in another Argyll and Bute area
Raised levels of naturally occurring algal toxins have been identified in Argyll and Bute waters on the west coast of Scotland.

Suggested Web Resources

Algae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Algae fuel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Algae Research / Department of Botany, National Museum of
Algae are photosynthetic organisms that occur in most habitats.
ALGAE
It was a huge step in complexity from a virus to a bacterium and it is almost as large a step from the prokaryotic cells of bacteria to the eukaryotic cells of algae.
Algae
Blue-green algae are the slimy stuff. Its cells lack nuclei and its pigment is scattered. Blue-green algae are not actually algae, they are bacteria.

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