Earlier this year, images surfaced of toxic algal blooms in Florida, caused by pollution dumped in a lake, making people sick, but there are other issues in the Ocean that are damaging our health.
From azure to murky green, the diving pool at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre used in Rio Olympics has mysteriously turned green overnight.
A newly discovered bacteria is capable of making dead zones deader by depleting the amount of nitrogen in oxygen minimum zones.
Scientists have found an explanation as to why Iran's Lake Urmia has been undergoing color changes over the years.
The food of the future has arrived.
A team of researchers has invented a powerful underwater microscope that gives a first close-up look at how corals kiss, fight and behave against algae and climate change in their natural environment.
An image captured by NASA's Landsat 8 satellite on July 2 revealed that the green sludge of algae bloom is now visible from space.
The unprecedented outbreak has caused skin and throat irritation to residents who said they can smell the "God awful" algae even inside their houses.
An algae crisis is happening in Florida as smelly, thick algae invade the state’s popular beaches.
Beach trips are the top vacation choice of many. With the fast-phased life today, it is but fitting to indulge in luxurious swim trips every now and then.
Producing plastic is one of the major adversaries of Mother Earth. Good thing, a student in Iceland found and proposed a solution. He invented an edible and biodegradable water bottle made up of algae. And yes, it decomposes by itself.
Researchers have found and identified for new species of algae in Hawaii. However, the specimens were found at unexpected depths and closely resemble those found in much shallower waters.
Algae blooms are expected to devastate lakes in the next decades, as a direct result of climate change and warming waters. This could be potentially devastating for local ecosystems and those that depend on these freshwater reservoirs.
Californian sea lions exposed to lethal doses of an algal toxin known as domoic acid are suffering from brain damage and memory loss.