by Natasha Geiling Mar 15, 2016
A new study from NOAA suggests that as waters warm, toxic algal blooms could become more common along Pacific coastlines.
by Natasha Geiling Mar 10, 2016
A massive algal bloom has killed millions of fish in Chile, threatening the country with millions of dollars in lost profits.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 5, 2015
The bacteria responsible for the blooms thrive in warmer temperatures, fed by fertilizer swept into waterways from more intense rainfall.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 18, 2015
Scientists are calling the current algal bloom, which stretches from central California to Alaska, "unprecedented."
by Katie Valentine Feb 25, 2015
Toxic algal blooms, which have been tied to climate change, can poison drinking water supplies.
by Katie Valentine Feb 2, 2015
Scientists have found that climate change can exacerbate algal blooms.
by Jeff Spross Oct 17, 2014
New research suggests altered weather conditions due to climate change, along with invasive mussel species, are killing off the algae blooms' natural competitors.
by Katie Valentine Sep 17, 2014
Heat, drought and extreme rainfall could make harmful algal blooms like this more common.
by Katie Valentine Aug 5, 2014
"I think this is a wake-up call for environmental health."
by Emily Atkin Aug 4, 2014
The toxic algal bloom that poisoned Ohio's water is not just Ohio's problem.