Tag Archives: cyanobacteria

Flamingos in danger. Rising alkaline water levels a threat to populations

The image of the numerous flocks of flamingos adorning East Africa's soda lakes is not [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Diazotrophic cyanobacteria in the service of haptophytes – where the nitroplast came from

Nitrogen is one of the primary biogenic elements responsible for the eutrophication of surface waters. [...]

Adam Kapler
Preventing blue-green algae – a revolutionary method from Lake Nhill

Lake Nhill in Australia has been deliberately dyed blue to prevent blooms of dangerous plankton [...]

Alicja Bar
New taxonomy of cyanobacteria, or how not to get lost in the systematic jungle

The last quarter century has seen major changes in algal taxonomy, both at the level [...]

Piotr Panek
Colorful dizziness, or water blooms

The phenomenon of "blooming" waters, although present on Earth for a long time, is only [...]

Elżbieta Wilk-Woźniak
Cyanobacteria forming a summer water bloom in the Baltic Sea

Harmful algal blooms are a growing problem in both fresh and brackish water, as well [...]

Justyna Kobos

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