Sunday Aug 17
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Warm temperatures are setting the stage for algal blooms on area lakes. Though not all algal blooms are dangerous, harmful blue-green algae garnish media attention each summer.
Sag Harbor Online
Expert Says Blue Green Algae in Georgica Pond Is Not a Serious Threat
The East Hampton Town Trustees closed Georgica Pond to fishing and crabbing on July 24, after routine water testing found there to be increased levels of blue-green algae.
Dangerous Blue-Green Algae Turn Long Island Waterways Toxic
Out of control algae have become a serious problem in Suffolk County, and experts said the build-up has turned some of the waterways toxic.
Rhode Island Department of Health News
HEALTH, DEM Issue Blue-Green Algae Advisories for J.L. Curran Reservoir and Melville Pond
The Rhode Island Department of Health and the Department of Environmental Management have issued Health Advisories for J.L. Curran Reservoir and Melville Pond because of blue-green algae blooms in both bodies of water.