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al·gal

(al'găl),
Resembling or pertaining to algae.

al·gal

(al'găl)
Resembling or pertaining to algae.
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As co-chair of the Senate Great Lakes Task Force, Portman has taken the lead in protecting Lake Erie from harmful algal blooms, invasive species, contamination, and microbeads.
The warm weather, however, caused algal bloom to affect its water-production capacity coming from the lake that caused the water-service interruption.
According to ACWA Power, during this algal bloom period the pollutant levels in the seawater elevated outside the technical limits as defined in the Water Purchase Agreements (WPAs) of the two Reverse Osmosis (RO) Expansion Plants.
Harmful algal blooms also raise the cost of water treatment and hurt tourism and recreation industries.
The non-profit group Boracay Foundation, Inc., however, claimed in a BusinessWorld report that the algal bloom is 'simply a natural phenomenon that occurs yearly during the dry season or summer period."
Kinmen County Waterworks Section Chief Chen Ching-hwa told CNA that grape algal blooms are very normal, harmless, and simply more obvious when the weather turns warm.
Headquartered in Plymouth, Michigan, Algal Scientific focuses on solutions for animal and human nutrition using a unique algae production system.
Indeed, this method can rapidly provide a multiparametric analysis of algal cell characteristics such as the relative cell size and granularity, cellular viability, chlorophyll a fluorescence emission, and other enzymatic activities related to the physiological state of cell [23].
An algal bloom in Florida put the state in emergency back in July.
In this study, we examine pollutants as a stress factor potentially limiting growth, the surmise being that either algal cell are able to tolerate the stress or if not this will contribute to lower productivity.
Initially samples were observed to identify the algal specie.
US/CANADA An influx of harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie that affected the water systems of Toledo, Ohio residents in 2014 has led to a new way of making sodium-ion batteries.