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IDAHO SCIENCE JOURNAL

Hayden Lake Experiment

  • Aired: 05/18/2017
  • 05:51
  • Rating: TV-G
Hayden Lake residents are looking for an environmentally friendly solution for dealing with toxic blue-green algae blooms. Students from North Idaho College, scientists from state agencies and the University of Idaho join the Kootenai Environmental Alliance for an experiment to see if floating treatment wetlands are the silver bullet to limit or prevent toxic blue-green algae blooms.
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Can floating treatment wetlands reduce levels of toxic blue-green algae?
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