Agency Seeks Reports Of Algae Blooms In Potomac River BasinA government agency is asking people in four states and the District of Columbia to report algae blooms in rivers and streams that drain into the Potomac River.
Algae Blooms May Be More Prevalent This YearAlgae blooms, some of them toxic, are increasing in the Chesapeake.
Toxic Algae Kills Fish, Forces Water Closures At Northwest Creek Blue-green algae has killed fish and it can make people sick.
Scientists Convert Algae To Crude Oil In 60 SecondsBy putting green microalgae under intense pressure and heat, researchers can now create biocrude oil.
National Mall Pool Drained After Algae InvasionThe National Park Service has once again drained the reflecting pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington to clean up an algae buildup that formed after a $34 million overhaul.
Workers Find Algae Invasion In National Mall PoolThe National Park Service is trying to remove a thick layer of green algae from the reflecting pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial less than a month after a $34 million overhaul was completed.
Heat Wave Affecting Chesapeake BayWhile heat waves like the one we're currently sweltering in have impacts on land, it's also being felt on the water.
Baltimore's Harbor Turns GreenIf you've seen the Inner Harbor lately, you may have done a double take. That's because the water has changed color.
Mahogany Tide Staining Chesapeake Bay, Killing Fish By ThousandsFish kills in the Chesapeake's streams and rivers happen, but seldom this early.
Didymo Algae Causing Problems For TroutMaryland is engaged in a full-time fight against non-native species invading the state, everything from stink bugs to mute swans. One of the biggest challenges is a foreign type of algae and the battleground is footwear.

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