Algae rears its slimy head in Lake Yale
Algae blooms occur when warm water and increased nutrients combine to create the perfect situation for algal growth. Harmful algal blooms such as those from certain strains of blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) can lead to sickness for ecosystems, animals and even people. Not all algae are bad algae, and they offer benefits ranging from providing oxygen in aquatic environments to being a food source for many species including humans.
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