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ADEQ Harmful Algae Bloom Management Plan, December 16, 2019

The following journal articles and reports relate to impacts of algae and cyanobacteria.

Ammonium nitrogen removal in batch cultures treating digested piggery wastewater with microalgae Oedogonium sp. Haiping Wang, Zhiquan Hu, Bo Xiao, Qunpeng Cheng and Fanghua Li. Water Science and Technology, 2013

Removing Constraints on the Biomass Production of Freshwater Macroalgae by Manipulating Water Exchange to Manage Nutrient Flux. Andrew J. Cole, Rocky de Nys, Nicholas A. Paul MACRO — the Centre for Macroalgal Resources and Biotechnology, and School of Marine and Tropical Biology, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. 2014

Biorecovery of nutrient waste as protein in freshwater macroalgae Andrew J. Cole , Rocky de Nys, Nicholas A. Paul MACRO — the Centre for Macroalgal Resources and Biotechnology, James Cook University, Queensland 4811, Australia

Environmental Factors Related to the Establishment of Algal Mats in Concrete Irrigation Channels.   Hydrobiologia ยท November 1999

Field and Laboratory Guide to Freshwater Cyanobacteria Harmful Algal Blooms for Native American and Alaska Native Communities, USGS, 2015

GROWTH OF STIGEOCLONIUM AND OEDOGONIUM SPECIES IN ARTIFICIAL AMMONIUM-N AND PHOSPHATE-P GRADIENTS. J.A. Franck and P.J. Den Oude Biological Laboratory of the Free University, Section Plant Systematics and Ecologyof Lower Plants, De Boelelaan 1087, A msterdam-Buitenveldert (The Netherlands) 18 October 1982

Periphyton as a potential phosphorus sink in the Everglades Nutrient Removal Project Paul V. McCormick, Robert B.E. Shuford III, Michael J. Chimney, 2006

Productivity of Oedogonium in Lake Wingra, Wisconsin Michael D. McCracken, Todd D. Gustafson and Michael S. Adams. The American Midland Naturalist, Vol. 92, No. 1 (Jul., 1974)

SEDIMENT-PHOSPHORUS RESPONSE TO REDUCED POINT SOURCE LOADING IN THE JAMES RIVER WATERSHED, SOUTHWEST MISSOURI, A Masters Thesis -Missouri State University, Geospatial Sciences in Geography and Geology. Adam Dale Mulling, May 2015

Eutrophication science: where do we go from here? Val H. Smith and David W. Schindler Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045, USA Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2E9, Canada. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 2003

One Health and Cyanobacteria in Freshwater Systems: Animal Illnesses and Deaths Are Sentinel Events for Human Health Risks Elizabeth D. Hilborn, and Val R. Beasley. Toxins, 2015

Wildlife, urban inputs, and landscape configuration are responsible for degraded swimming water quality at an embayed beach Muruleedhara N. Byappanahalli, Meredith B. Nevers, Richard L. Whitman, Zhongfu Ge, Dawn Shively, Ashley Spoljaric, Katarzyna Przybyla-Kelly Journal of Great Lakes Research, 2014

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