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algal

[′al·gəl]
(botany)
Of or pertaining to algae.
(geology)
Formed from or by algae.
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Every year I look forward to visiting Lake Erie and hosting a roundtable discussion to hear from experts on the status of harmful algal blooms, invasive species, pollution, and more, said Portman.
This was in relation to the service interruption due to the algal bloom in Laguna de Bay, and the company was given five days to respond.
Harmful algal bloom has multiplied rapidly in these towns because of nutrients from their fish cages and fish pens, as well as the intense summer heat, said Westly Rosario, chief of the National Integrated Fisheries Technology Development Center here.
It said, 'From third week of July, the water production of RO-1 and RO-2 Expansion Plants has been affected due to an algal bloom prevailing in the Sea of Oman.
"If we can create a diagnostic tool that can be used in watersheds of all types, it will allow us to better manage and prevent major problems relative to nutrient enrichment and harmful algal blooms," says Mazeika Sullivan, associate professor of environment and natural resources and director of the Olentangy River Wetland Research Park.
According to international water treatment and purification firm Lenntech, phosphates in detergents lead to freshwater algal blooms.
The Kinmen County Waterworks assures the public that this kind of grape algal bloom is nontoxic and in fact common in lakes, reported CNA.
PhytoFind provides in situ algal classification distinguishing among algal groups using specific fluorescence signatures.
29 March 2017 - US-based nutritional ingredient company Kemin Industries has acquired beta-glucan manufacturing technology from US-based Algal Scientific, the company said.
Target: Algal Scientific/beta-glucan manufacturing technology
vulgaris, suggesting that algal cells were able to increase the agglomeration-deposition capacity of NiO-NPs in seawater condition and also their reduction to zero-valence Ni.