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  1. Farmer/Farm Advisor Water Quality Sampling Network

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/ohio-dept-higher-education-projects/farmerfarm-advisor-network

    from farms is an important source of harmful algal blooms plaguing Lake Erie and other lakes in recent ... years. In August 2014, a toxic bloom in western Lake Erie led to a two-day drinking water ban in Toledo. ... chance of nutrient runoff into Lake Erie. The data will be used to compare predicted water quality ...

  2. Environmental Professionals Network

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/events

    For the first time in our state’s history the open waters of western Lake Erie have been deemed ... our state’s leading universities to help the Ohio EPA assess whether the open waters of Lake Erie met federal ... Chesapeake Bay, Grand Lake St. Marys, and the City of Columbus. Efforts to monitor harmful blooms, keep ...

  3. What Are Harmful Algal Blooms?

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/what-are-harmful-algal-blooms

    reducing phosphorus supply will limit algal blooms. How does phosphorus get into the water? In inland lakes ... Lake Erie’s western basin routinely monitor the water they bring in for human use, so affected areas ... Frequently Asked Questions General Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS) What is a harmful algal bloom ...

  4. Ohio Board of Regents Projects

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/ohio-dept-higher-education-projects

    harmful algal blooms Kent State University researchers are studying whether bacteria found in Lake Erie ... A project at the University of Toledo will put information on Lake Erie harmful algal blooms into one place ... University. Read more... “Radar” for harmful algal blooms will give early warning to lake communities: ...

  5. Fish Flesh And Fresh Produce As Sources Of Microcystin Exposure To Humans

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/ohio-dept-higher-education-projects/fish-and-produce-sources-microcystin

    whether certain foods like fish and irrigated produce are safe to eat during Lake Erie’s harmful algal ... irrigated with lake water during an algal bloom. Full Project Information Read about the project at the Ohio ... Guidance for Regulators On Fish And Produce During Algal Bloom Season Principal Investigator ...

  6. The Lake

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/422/lake

    in size, whereas a lake can be several hundred or thousands of acres in size- like Lake Erie ... Often times, a stream or creek will flow into a lake. There are three major kinds of ... "lakes"- lakes, ponds, and reservoirs. Generally, a pond is a body of water no larger than about ten acres ...

  7. How to Stop Algal Blooms, Keep Drinking Water Safe

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/news/how-stop-algal-blooms-keep-drinking-water-safe

    farmland is a cause of the harmful algal blooms plaguing Lake Erie and other lakes. In August, toxins from ... a bloom in western Lake Erie led to a two-day drinking water ban in Toledo. The event’s first panel will ... Nature Conservancy’s Western Lake Erie Basin Project. President Obama honored Vollmer-Sanders in March ...

  8. Educate and Engage

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/educate-engage

    during Lake Erie’s harmful algal bloom season. Lead: Stuart Ludsin, Ohio State University. Read more... ... and mitigating harmful algal blooms (HABs). Projects Field to Faucet Funded Projects New field sensors ... “Shop” for Farmland Data Determining the cause of water quality issues in Lake Erie is a complicated ...

  9. Transport and Fate of Cyanotoxins in Drinking Water Distribution Systems

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/ohio-dept-higher-education-projects/transport-cyanotoxins-drinking-water-systems

    supply was heavily affected by the August 2014 harmful algal bloom in western Lake Erie. The End Result ... Researchers rule out lurking toxins before giving the “all clear” after an algal bloom event ... toxins from harmful algal blooms stick to water infrastructure like pipes and storage tanks—and therefore ...

  10. Protect Public Health

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/protect-public-health

    during Lake Erie’s harmful algal bloom season. Lead: Stuart Ludsin, Ohio State University. Read more... ... whether bacteria found in Lake Erie waters and sediments could be used to remove harmful algal toxins from ... University. Read more... “Radar” for harmful algal blooms will give early warning to lake communities: ...

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