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Algae Bloom

Over half of U.S. lakes and reservoirs will be affected by algae blooms by 2022, according to Bluefield's forecasts.
"Toxic algae blooms are popping up in waterways from Florida to Oregon, threatening the safety of drinking water supplies. Changing environmental factors, such as higher nutrient pollution and warmer temperatures, are driving the proliferation of harmful cyanobacteria.
Erin Bonney Casey, Research Director
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