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Scientists Reluctant To Stop 'Red Tide' Algae Bloom

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August 12, 2014
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A massive algae bloom in the Gulf Coast is threatening Florida's western shores as it grows to 90 miles in length. Video provided by Newsy


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Rooftop Algae a Growth Industry in Bangkok

Rooftop Algae a Growth Industry in Bangkok

Reuters (Sep. 23, 2013) — Urban algae farming is gaining a foothold in Bangkok with the rooftop of one big hotel supporting a small but flourishing algae industry. Algae is well known as a source of biofuel, but the species being cultivated on the roof of the Novotel produces Spirulina, a vitamin-rich, so-called "superfood".
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Scientists Solve Mystery of Chile's Massive Whale Graveyard

Scientists Solve Mystery of Chile's Massive Whale Graveyard

Newsy (Feb. 26, 2014) — The site, which was discovered in 2010, contains dozens of fossilized whales believed to have been killed by toxic algae, or "red tide." Video provided by Newsy
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Chinese Beaches Swamped With Algae Overload

Chinese Beaches Swamped With Algae Overload

Newsy (July 5, 2013) — A massive growth of algae has taken over Chinese beaches. Scientists suspect increased agricultural and industrial runoff is to blame.
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Plant Lovers Leery of Early Spring Blooms

Plant Lovers Leery of Early Spring Blooms

AFP (Mar. 15, 2012) — With the US coming out of the fourth warmest winter on record, gardens across the Northeast are seeing some flowers bloom four weeks ahead of schedule. But while an early spring may lift the spirits of some, others, like apple growers are concerned with the fallout the sudden changes in weather brought on by global warming.
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