The Tide is Rising on Harmful Algal Blooms
Presented by James Hauri, Ph.D., Adam H. Love Ph.D., and Ryan Stifter, M.S.
Wednesday, November 30th at 12-1pm EDT
The frequency of harmful algal blooms (HABs) in both fresh water and coastal saltwater locations has increased over the last few decades as the waters have been subjected to watershed urbanization, nutrient pollution, and rising temperatures. HABs are more than just a mere annoyance; they can inflict real and significant health and economic loss to impacted communities. In the context of climate change, a recent publication called HABs a “wildfire in the water.”
Join our Roux complimentary webinar for a primer on the nature of HABs, why they are more prevalent today, the nature and scope of their economic and social impacts, and how they can be addressed. Please register using the link below.
James Hauri, Ph.D.
Adam H. Love, Ph.D.
Vice President/Principal Scientist
Ryan Stifter, M.S.
Principal, Economic & Complex Analytics