Scientists: Algae not just Toledo problem

Toledo Blade: Climate change and poor land use have caused explosive growth of toxic algae around the world in recent years, putting more water-treatment plant operators on high alert and increasing anxiety of consumers. Over the past two decades, the scourge has become so widespread, from the Arctic Circle to South America, that scientists were almost unfazed when they learned that trace amounts of the harmful algal toxin microcystin, the same one behind 2014's Toledo water crisis, showed up for the first......

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