Lake Erie Gets Legendarily Slimed, Again – CityLab

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Lake Erie Gets Legendarily Slimed, Again
CityLab
Algae blooms occur regularly in Lake Erie in the late summer and fall—government meteorologists even forecast and track them—though this year the stuff's breadth is particularly impressive. So is its potential wallop to health. The algae, called ...
Miles of Algae on Lake ErieDTN The Progressive Farmer (blog)
Portman lauds Senate passage of bill to fight algal bloomsFremont News Messenger

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The Fishing Beat: October Means You’ve Got More Room to Cast – Buffalo News

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The Fishing Beat: October means you've got more room to cast
Buffalo News
Bass chasers will be motoring around for the Canadian Tire Lake Erie Open hosted by the St. Catharines Bassmasters on Saturday, Oct. 7. The 75 boat field is already full for this two-angler team event. Some big bass have been reported the past week. Capt.

Lake Ontario to Maintain Stocking Levels in ’18, Niagara River Needs Help – Buffalo News

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Lake Ontario to maintain stocking levels in '18, Niagara River needs help
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Those were the words of Steven LaPan, Great Lakes Section Head with the Bureau of Fisheries for the state's Department of Environmental Conservation as he explained to everyone in attendance at Lockport's Cooperative Extension 4-H Building last month ...

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Hundreds of Miles of Potentially Toxic Algae Chokes the Western Basin of Lake Erie Again – Wunderground.com (Blog)

Hundreds of Miles of Potentially Toxic Algae Chokes the Western Basin of Lake Erie Again
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“Harmful and toxic algal blooms in western Lake Erie have contaminated drinking water, closed beaches, and hurt our fishing and tourism industries.” Charlotte Jameson, government affairs director for Michigan League of Conservation Voters, said. “NOAA ...

Lake Erie Is Covered by a Growing — and Dangerous — Algae Bloom That Can Poison Drinking Water – National Post

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Lake Erie is covered by a growing — and dangerous — algae bloom that can poison drinking water
National Post
Lake Erie attracts millions of visitors for beaches and recreation like fishing, and many businesses stand to lose money during large algae blooms. David Spangler, vice president of the Lake Erie Charter Boat Association, describes the algae as a ...
Portman lauds Senate passage of bill to fight algal bloomsFremont News Messenger

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250000 Football Fields of Green Algae Now Cover Lake Erie – National Geographic

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250000 Football Fields of Green Algae Now Cover Lake Erie
National Geographic
Such bright-colored blooms have increased in size and frequency since the 2000s, according to the New York Times, mostly because of heavy fertilizer use on nearby agricultural land. Rain causes the fertilizer to run off the land into rivers that empty ...
Lake Erie Covered In Green Algae | National Geographic AU ...National Geographic Australia

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250000 Football Fields of Green Algae Now Cover Lake Erie – National Geographic

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250000 Football Fields of Green Algae Now Cover Lake Erie
National Geographic
Such bright-colored blooms have increased in size and frequency since the 2000s, according to the New York Times, mostly because of heavy fertilizer use on nearby agricultural land. Rain causes the fertilizer to run off the land into rivers that empty ...

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Miles of Algae Covering Lake Erie – New York Times

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Miles of Algae Covering Lake Erie
New York Times
the region's economy. Lake Erie attracts millions of visitors for beaches and recreation like fishing, and many businesses stand to lose money during large algae blooms. David Spangler, vice president of the Lake Erie Charter Boat Association ...

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Bald Eagle Near Indian Lake Doing Well After Injured, Rescued – Springfield News Sun

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Bald eagle near Indian Lake doing well after injured, rescued
Springfield News Sun
A bald eagle injured by a fishing line and lure at Indian Lake is doing well and was still in the area as of last week. Two state wildlife officers in Logan ... “We're assuming she's on her way to Lake Erie and maybe beyond,” he said. He didn't expect ...