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Algal blooms are a major hazard to safe water supply as well as potentially dangerous to human, animal and fish health.
Blue-green algal blooms are a major hazard to water supplies as well as potentially dangerous to human, animal and fish health.
CSIRO water scientists have a long-standing active program building up an understanding of the complex chain of events that leads to an algal bloom, and the aftermath of toxins released into the water.
Toxins in blue-green algae may harm human and animal health if allowed to multiply to large numbers.
There are a number of options (physical, biological and Nutrient control) for management and control of blue-green algae
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Last updated: Last updated: 22 March 2015
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