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Detecting microalgae in coastal waters

...70,274 to develop a tool for improved detection of microalgae by the Cooperative Institute for Coastal and Estuarine Environmental Technology (CICEET). Microalgae are the foundation of the aquatic food web. However, 'blooms', which are very dense populations, lead to low oxygen "dead zones," fish kills, and-...

Florida Tech explores microalgae for biofuel

...r large-scale production of microalgae. Successful microalgae production for fuel so far is in small-scale culti...itions that will optimize large-volume cultures of microalgae in outdoor, open settings. Cultures in outdoor systems are difficult due to the openness to light, t...

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