Ohio State University researchers are hitting harmful algal blooms from multiple angles
Scientists in multiple disciplines at The Ohio State University are delivering solutions to potential health problems and industry concerns associated with harmful algal blooms—in Lake Erie and inland lakes, as well as around the world.
Below is information about Ohio State researchers and the projects they are working on as part of the Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative (HABRI), a statewide response to harmful algal blooms established by the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) in 2014. Ohio Sea Grant, on behalf of Ohio State, the University of Toledo and ODHE, released the annual report today for the second year of HABRI funding. Eight additional colleges and universities across Ohio participate in this initiative.
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