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Aquarius Systems Weed Harvester Doing the Trick on Lake Hallie
Lake Hallie has a new look thanks to the use of an Aquarius Systems weed harvester. The mechanical harvester runs five days a week to cut and collect the aquatic vegetation. In just two weeks, 135 tons of algae and milfoil has been removed. ... more >>
Lake Winnipesaukee Water Quality Threatened
New Hampshire’s largest lake is showing a disturbing trend. Over the past several years, the amount of phosphorus in Lake Winnipesaukee has grown. Too much phosphorus can cause algae and invasive species like milfoil to flourish and impair the lake’s water quality. ... more >>
Preventing Elodea Infestations in Alaska
Elodea has only been documented in 15 Alaska water bodies to date, but its foothold in floatplane lakes such as Sand Lake in Anchorage – three miles from Lake Hood, the state’s busiest floatplane base – makes it only one step away from invading any number of additional waters across the state. ... more >>

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Lake Burrumbeet algae outbreak - A BLUE-GREEN algae outbreak has forced Ballarat City Council to close Lake Burrumbeet until further notice. Warning signs will soon be installed, advising that the popular lake is closed to all activity, including swimming, water sports, wading, fishing, extracting water for stock or domestic use. No stock or pets should be allowed to make contact with or drink the water.


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