By Ian R. Falconer
Purple tides within the sea and vibrant eco-friendly lakes and rivers have gotten good points of our degraded international surroundings. those occasions, as a result of algae and the pollutants they produce, are frequently linked to poisoning of individuals or cattle leading to damage to overall healthiness and monetary loss.
This quantity presents definitive info at the id of toxin marine and freshwater algae, the regimen research and results of algal pollution, their veterinary and public wellbeing and fitness effect, and on keep an eye on measures in present use.
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