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Long-Banned Toxics are Still Accumulating in Great Lakes Birds
Decades ago several bird species in the Great Lakes—including the iconic bald eagle—faced an uncertain future because toxic chemicals were threatening their populations. While several bans and policies have offered some protection, the same chemicals threatening these birds 60 years ago continue to accumulate in their bodies. ... more >>

Chemical Treatments Can Lead to Algae Blooms
Spraying chemicals can be dangerous to the environment in many ways. But for Floridians, they can contribute to harmful algae blooms and damaging releases along the coast. There are other ways to remove invasive plant species that may not require chemical spraying. ... more >>

Sound-Wave Emitting Buoy that Kills Algae
A company is setting up its first Florida test of a buoy that kills blue-green algae. The buoys emit low-level sound waves that disrupt a single-celled algae’s flotation controls, thus starving it of sunlight. To prevent adaptation, the buoys shift frequencies. They are solar powered and reportedly don’t kill fish or other plant life. ... more >>

Food Wrappers, Not Cigarette Butts Majority of Beach Litter
Ocean Conservancy released the results of the 2019 International Coastal Clean-up, revealing that for the first time in ICC history, cigarette butts were displaced as the number-one-reported item along beaches and waterways worldwide. Instead, food wrappers topped the list, with 943,195 volunteers removing a record 4,771,602 food wrappers in a single day. ... more >>

Rise in Boat Sales Could Suggest a New Quagga Mussel Infestation
Quagga mussels can be spread by watercraft, and recent boat sales data from the National Marine Manufacturers Association shows that sales are robust. More vessels are filling state lakes, rivers, reservoirs and waterways; the increased vessels suggest a new quagga mussel infestation may be in the future. ... more >>

Highly Invasive Eurasian Watermilfoil Discovered in Animas Valley
A highly invasive aquatic weed has been discovered in a number of ponds in the Animas Valley, putting the heat on to eradicate it before it enters the Animas River and, potentially, Lake Nighthorse. ... more >>

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