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  • The environmentalists feared damage to marine ecosystem by an artificial algal bloom.
  • The algal bloom can reduce underwater visibility to a meter or less.
  • This can cause an increase in primary productivity, resulting in algal blooms.
  • It is 7 12 feet deep, and can have large algal blooms.
  • Possible causes were a virus, a bacteria or a toxic algal bloom.
  • Would feeding plants 3-phosphoglycerate work, or would it just trigger algal blooms?
  • Marine scientists said the 1993 algal blooms accompanied an El Nino weather pattern.
  • Then there are those persistent algal blooms in the western bay.
  • He has called for action against toxic algal blooms in south Florida waters.
  • I can't use phosphate buffers for organic acids because they encourage algal blooms.
  • The water is nutritionally poor but is periodically enriched, resulting in algal blooms.
  • The links between fish farming and harmful algal blooms, " are completely unsubstantiated,"
  • Not all algal blooms are dense enough to cause water discolouration.
  • The most common aquatic plant of Driedmeat Lake is a blue-green algal bloom.
  • These microalgae are not associated with sewage but occur unpredictably as algal blooms.
  • The potential for nuisance algal blooms on Schoodic Lake is low.
  • The algal bloom also stimulated the growth of zooplankton that feed on them.
  • The habitat change occurred quickly and also included algal blooms and disappearing waterfowl.
  • The lake has regularly suffered from serious toxic algal blooms since its creation.
  • Algal blooms may also affect the species, but evidence is not yet available.
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