Alan Wilson, Associate Professor of Limnology at Auburn University, Alabama
Alan is leading a US Geological Survey-funded project that is monitoring freshwater toxic algae freshwater sites in the SE US.
Gregory L. Boyer, Faculty of Chemistry & Director, Great Lakes Research Consortium,
State University of New York
315-470-6855 (Department), 315-470-6825 (office)
Manley Fuller, President, Florida Wildlife Federation
Troy Schroeder, President, Kansas Wildlife Federation
Mr. Schroeder is a farmer and sportsman who can comment on the impact of toxic algae in Kansas and farm-based solutions.
Mark Peterson, farmer, Stanton, Iowa
Mr. Peterson can comment on his experience using farm-based practices like cover crops to boost soil health and protect water quality.
Peggy McAloon, Colfax, Wisconsin
Co-Chair Education and Outreach, Tainter/Menomin Lake Improvement Association
Mrs. McAloon lives next to Lake Tainter, which has been beset with toxic algae for years. She can speak to the threats cyanobacteria pose to health, safe drinking water and local economies.
Robert Ketley, Senior Utilities Engineer with the city of Watsonville, California
Robert has studied toxin levels at Pinto Lake and is spearheading solutions.
Clayton Craeger, Senior Environmental Scientist, North Coast Regional Water Board
Santa Rosa, California
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11163157.htm.
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