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All Topics | Topic "Blue Green Algae"
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David Hunter

Subject: Blue Green Algae   
Posted: 5/20/2005 Viewed: 27766 times
Blue Green Algae David Hunter ddhunter <a href="mailto:ddhunter@att.net">ddhunter@att.net</a>The introduction of zebra mussels into the great lakes and nearby
inland lakes has resulted in greater water clarity, more sunlight
penetration and the seasonal growth of blue-green algae. Does your
treatment offer any potential for shoreline treatment to control
blue-green algae in large lakes?

David Hunter

Marius Gaybba

Subject: Blue Green Algae   
Posted: 5/20/2005 Viewed: 27764 times
Blue Green Algae Marius Gaybba sawatergeni <a href="mailto:sawatergeni@yahoo.com">sawatergeni@yahoo.com</a>Hi David
Thank You for Your reply.
Yes We can restore that problem for You.
If You have a look at the Stellenbosch University Project that was a Blue Green Algae problem Dam.
So basically You have added the mussels to combat the Pollution side as they are Filter Feeders.Have You guys done any analysis on the Water and can You forward that to Me so that I can give You a more specific Answer.
What type of Water sources are feeding the Lake, and what type of pollution was there for You to insert the Mussels.
Also I need to know the contaminated Water is this water Fresh or Sea water.
I am attaching some files for You.

Thank You
Marius

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Marius Gaybba

Subject: Blue Green Algae   
Posted: 5/21/2005 Viewed: 27759 times
Blue Green Algae Marius Gaybba sawatergeni <a href="mailto:sawatergeni@yahoo.com">sawatergeni@yahoo.com</a>Hi David

Thank You for Your reply.

Yes We can restore that problem for You.

If You have a look at the Stellenbosch University Project that was a Blue Green Algae problem Dam.

So basically You have added the mussels to combat the Pollution side as they are Filter Feeders.Have You guys done any analysis on the Water and can You forward that to Me so that I can give You a more specific Answer.

I also need to know:

What type of Water sources are feeding the Lake, and what type of pollution was there for You to insert the Mussels.

Also I need to know the contaminated Water is this water Fresh or Sea water.

Topic "Blue Green Algae"