17 results for tag: harmful algal blooms


Satellite Algal Bloom Monitoring in Pigeon Lake

This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register. Presentation: Satellite Algal Bloom Monitoring in Pigeon Lake. When: 11:00 MDT, Friday October 1. Who: ...

Internal Phosphorus Loading: Where It Is and What It Does to Cyanobacteria During Climate Change

This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register. Presentation: Internal Phosphorus Loading: Where It Is and What It Does to Cyanobacteria During Climate ...

Monitoring Alberta’s Lakes: Citizen Science from Boats, Beaches, and Satellites

This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register. Presentation: Monitoring Alberta’s Lakes: Citizen Science from Boats, Beaches, and Satellites. When: 11:00 ...

Prevention is Alberta’s Best Defense: AIS Lessons Learned from Manitoba

This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register. Presentation: Prevention is Alberta’s Best Defense: AIS Lessons Learned from Manitoba When: 10:00 MDT, ...

Applications of Environmental DNA

This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register. Presentation: Applications of Environmental DNA When: 11:00 MDT, Friday September 17 Who: Patrick Haning...

Control of Internal Phosphorus Loading in Lakes

This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register. Presentation: Control of Internal Phosphorus Loading in Lakes When: 10:00 MDT, Friday September 17 Who: ...

The Impact of Road Salts on our Freshwaters

This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register. Presentation: The Impact of Road Salts on our Freshwaters When: 11:00 MDT, Friday September 10 Who: Dr. ...

Combining Citizen Science Data with Satellite Data To Monitor Changes In Lake Volume

This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register. Presentation: Combining Citizen Science Data with Satellite Data To Monitor Changes In Lake Volume W...

Monitoring HCBs with the bloomWatch App

by Leah Hicks, NALMS Community-Based Science Intern With the occurrence of harmful cyanobacteria blooms (HCBs) increasing throughout the world, it is of the utmost importance to increase community awareness about water safety when cyanobacteria are present. Cyanobacteria, commonly referred to as blue-green algae, are small bacteria found in waterbodies throughout the world. They are some of the earth’s oldest living organisms. When some cyanobacteria are found in high concentrations they form blooms, which are characterized by a discoloration of the water (often green/blue green, but these harmful blooms can also be red, brown, yellow, or ...

Webinar: Harmful Algae Management

The USACE Invasive Species Leadership Team, in collaboration with the Aquatic Plant Management Society, North American Lake Management Society, and the American Water Works Association, will summarize the latest research and technical information on management strategies to encourage better integration and facilitation in the protection of drinking water.