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At Aquarius Systems, our goal is to make waterways usable and enjoyable. Aquatic weed harvesters, trash skimmer boats, amphibious excavators, aquatic weed cutters and a variety of support equipment will help reclaim lakes, rivers and reservoirs from the unwanted vegetation and floating debris that negatively impact recreation and navigation. ... more >>
Scientists Seek Solutions to Lake Erie’s Algae Blooms
Experts spent two days comparing research findings about Lake Erie’s struggles with algae and to work on a report for government policymakers. Blue-green algae are native to Lake Erie, but the lake has been plagued by increasingly large masses over the past decade. ... more >>
Chesapeake Bay Underwater Grasses Continue to Rebound
Underwater grasses continue to rebound across the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland and Virginia scientists reported Thursday, with aerial surveys showing a 27 percent expansion last year. Problematic as that may be for boaters, it's encouraging ecologically, as the grasses provide vital habitat for blue crabs and fish, while also helping to clean up the water. ... more >>

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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.


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