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Officials Take Tour of Lake Erie Algae Bloom
Policy discussions took a back seat to the real star of an all-day tour in eastern Lucas and western Ottawa counties, an up-close look at the thick, menacing-looking toxic algae that is peaking in western Lake Erie.

Known as microcystis, the free-floating algae once again has transformed much of the basin into the color and texture of pea soup. Mats have formed a scum on the lake, with particles so dense the water seems to have chunks of algae in it.



 
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