A long season of heavy rains has researchers forecasting a large algal bloom in Lake Erie’s central basin this summer.
That’s according to a new study out of Ohio State University, which predicts this year’s algal bloom to be one of the worst since researchers started they measuring for it in 2002.
Today on All Sides, the science behind and dangers of algal blooms in our waterways.
Guest Bill Mitsch will be part of a 2019 Wetlands Association Science Symposium. Get more information here.
- Christopher Winslow, Director, Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory
- Bill Mitsch, Director of Florida Gulf Coast University's Everglades Wetland Research Park, Professor Emeritus, Ohio State University, Former Director of the Olentangy River Wetland Research Park
- Ty Higgins, spokesperson, Ohio Farm Bureau
- Laurie Stevenson, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency