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Partnership to Monitor Water Quality
The Lake Erie Charter Boat Association and the new Ohio EPA have partnered to monitor the water quality conditions in Lake Erie’s Western Basin. This portion of Lake Erie is the shallowest, most productive and most ecologically sensitive region of the Great Lakes. Harmful algal blooms have re-emerged as well as worsening in the past decade.

The cooperative agreement will help researchers collect more data to track water quality and the effects of improved watershed management practices. It will allow the Ohio EPA to collect data at locations and times outside the Agency’s nearshore monitoring sites.

 
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Georgica Pond Opened for Shellfishing after Toxic Blue-Green Algae - Last year, the Friends of Georgica Pond Foundation leased an aquatic weed harvester to remove macroalgae from the pond. As it decays, the macroalgae provides nutrients to harmful algae such as cyanobacteria. The removal last summer of more than 55,000 pounds of macroalgae is believed to be responsible for a substantial reduction in the levels of cyanobacteria recorded last year, and may be a factor in the relatively brief bloom that occurred last month.


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