Topic: Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium
Lake Erie's huge algae bloom in 2011 covered nearly a fifth of the lake. A new report says warming climate and modern farming are creating ideal conditions for big algae blooms to clog Lake Erie.
The Cajun culture has a rich tradition with deep ties to the Louisiana bayous. But the BP oil spill's impact on the economy and the environment is straining those ties.
08/06/2010 01:54 pm
The 2010 Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' of oxygen-deprived water – roughly the size of Massachusetts – is patchy and more spread out than usual.
08/02/2010 07:26 pm
Farm runoff creates ‘dead zones’ offshore, but no national authority is tasked to address them.
06/24/2008 01:00 am