Lakes Harmed From Global Warming

redOrbit: As average temperatures across the globe have ticked up, toxic blood-red algae are thriving in central European lakes--according to a new study out of the University of Zurich. In a report published in Nature Climate Change, Swiss researchers assert that the warmest winters the country has seen in the past 40 years hampered the seasonal die-off of Burgundy blood-red algae, a photosynthetic bacterium that has bloomed en masse recently. The microorganisms’ metabolism results in the accumulation......

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