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Jun-19-2013 @ 8:49 PM                           Permalink
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Please be aware that the river at South Walsham at the public staithe appears to have become the victim of a bloom of Blue Green algae.

Pooch owners may want to keep Fido or Fifi away from the water to assure their longevity.

Oh yes...humans be careful too Smile

John

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Coincidentally we had what appears to have been a bloom on Oulton Broad yesterday. No sign of it today though.

Jenny Morgan,
A vane, a boat, but not a
bird.

http://www.drascombe-association.org.uk/drascombes.php

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I'm hoping that it's a short-term thing at South Walsham too, Peter...just wanted folks to be aware Smile


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Hi all it was at potter higham in woods basin as well yesterday

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I would have thought that it might not happen this year. It is not as though we have had any really warm weather yet. Maybe the problem is actually getting worse. I ruined a new pair of Musto deck shoes when the mud weight rope stained them turquoise the year before last.

Captain Howe.
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It is indeed surprising to see the algae considering the lack of warm weather so far but...maybe these organisms adapt to survive more quickly than we thought?

There is no unpleasant odour from it as yet though fortunately...

John


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