Harmful Algae Blooms

Climate change could make toxic algal blooms in our oceans more deadly

The Frightening Spread of Toxic Algae

High levels of red tide creep up Florida’s Gulf Coast, now into Sarasota County

‘Watching our lake die’: Blue green algae fills Lake Winnipeg beaches

State Health Department warns about possible toxic algae bloom developing in Lake Pontchartrain

Record-breaking seaweed bloom stretches from West Africa to Mexico (Jul 2019)

The Largest Algae Bloom in World History Is Now Off the Florida Coast (Jul 2019) — Researchers are tracking the algae Sargassum, which has created record blooms nearly every year since 2011.

Massive 8,000-[square] mile ‘dead zone’ could be one of the gulf’s largest (Jun 2019)

HUGE water anomaly forming in Gulf of Mexico – NEW “Hypoxic Zone” 500 miles wide! (Jun 2019)

Catastrophic red tide and blue-green algae hit Florida, killing wildlife and harming businesses (Nov 2018)

Florida’s toxic red tide is a perfect storm for the Gulf Coast (Sep 2018)

Eight million salmon killed in a week by sudden surge of algae in Norway

Toxic Algae

Satellite imagery is showing potentially toxic algae blooms on Lake Okeechobee

Heatwave causes build-up of deadly blue-green algae in British lakes: Waters infected with toxic bacteria can kill dogs and cause brain damage in humans, experts warn

Why Florida’s Largest Lake Is Filled With Toxic Algae, Again

Massive and toxic algae bloom threatens Florida coasts with another lost summer

Harmful Algae Blooms (HABs) Throughout the World

Toxic Algae Are Threatening Humans and Wildlife Across the World

Red Tide Species Is Deadlier Than First Thought

Toxic Algae Bloom In Pacific Ocean Could Be Largest Ever