An important process that fuels harmful algal blooms investigated in water bodies across Canada

New study finds internal phosphorus loading is a common phenomenon in Canadian fresh waters, with implications for harmful algal blooms

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Canadian Geophysical Union’s Bulletin (Volume 35, Number 1)

The MU Limnology Lab was recently featured in the winter issue of Elements- the Canadian Geophysical Union’s Bulletin (Volume 35, Number 1). This collaborative team science undergraduate training initiative- Linked UnderGraduate experiments on Nutrients- or LUGNuts as we like to call it has plans to continue next year. This article was co-authored by SNR undergraduate student, Matthew Sauer and Rebecca North.

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LMVP Volunteers monitoring Missouri Lakes

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