John Kerr posted in algae • bioprotection • didymo • freshwater ecology • freshwater policy • invasive species on May 9th, 2014.
Controversial new research claims that noxious blooms of the fresh water algae didymo –aka ‘rock snot’ — are caused by changes in native algal species and suggest that current efforts to prevent the spread of the organism may be misguided. In a new forum article published in BioScience, two North American researchers conclude that the […]
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