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Giant Balls of Bacteria Pile Up on Arctic Lake Beds
Arctic lakes are stark environments full of extremes. The creatures that live in them must endure blasting ultraviolet radiation for 24 hours a day in the summer, months of icy darkness in the winter, and low levels of life-sustaining nutrients. Still, some manage to survive and even flourish under those severe conditions: Take, for example, the sea tomato.

Sea tomatoes are round, plump colonies of toxin-producing cyanobacteria. Scientists reported last week that they have recently observed sea tomatoes stacking up on some Greenland lake bottoms like tomatoes piled haphazardly on a grocery display.



 
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Curly Leaf Pond Weed Could Cause Problems on Iowa Great Lakes - The presence of curly leaf pond weed and other aquatic plants is an indicator of excellent water quality in the lakes. According to Hawkins, water quality in most of the Iowa Great Lakes is the best it has been in the past couple of decades, based on monitoring. The weed can be mechanically removed, along with other vegetation from around docks and boat hoists.


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