Algae scourge impairs Iowa waters
The greening of Iowa waters is not a hopeful sign to environmentalists.
As in years past, many Iowa lakes this summer bloomed a sickly green with algae, some of it toxic, the rest otherwise harmful to the environment.
“It’s always a good algae-growing year in Iowa,” said Iowa State University limnologist John Downing, a nationally recognized expert on the sometimes toxic blooms that are the leading impairment of Iowa waters.
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