Algae

Manatees are dying in America’s most biologically diverse waterway because of pollution.
The unprecedented red tide is creating a foul odor that may get worse during the oncoming heat wave.
A Santa Barbara marine mammal rescue group is fielding 50 to 100 daily distress calls.
The low-oyxgen area that can't support marine life is the result of urban and agricultural runoff, like fertilizer.
A surge of freshwater released from a Mississippi River spillway is fueling poisonous blue-green algae called cyanobacteria.
New research suggests that we will see deeper shades of blue and green by 2100.
Manatees are dying in America’s most biologically diverse waterway because of pollution.