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Using Phosphorus-Ferrous Eutrophication Model to Identify Cyanobacteria Bloom Formation Risk in Georgian Bay Embayments

Using Phosphorus-Ferrous Eutrophication Model to Identify Cyanobacteria Bloom Formation Risk in Georgian Bay Embayments

Georgian Bay Forever

The project aimed to provide Georgian Bay Forever and government agencies with a sounder scientific understanding of risk factors of cyanobacteria blooms in the embayments of Eastern Giorgian Bay, especially those factors that influenced oxygen depletion of surface sediments.

Researcher: Co-PIs: Lewis Molot, Sue Watson (Environment Canada's National Water Research Institute ) and Todd Howell (Ontario Ministry of the Environment's Environmental Monitoring and Reporting Branch)

Project Theme: Resource Management

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