Algae blooms cover the lower Chesapea...

Algae blooms cover the lower Chesapeake Bay

There are 2 comments on the WTKR story from Aug 16, 2010, titled Algae blooms cover the lower Chesapeake Bay. In it, WTKR reports that:

An algal bloom appears in Mill Creek near Fort Monroe on Aug. 11. The propjet passed over Naval Station Norfolk when pilot Fred Bashara briefly lost focus.

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Hampton Rds Native

Portsmouth, VA

#1 Aug 16, 2010
"It's an indication that the bay's water quality is out of balance," said Christy Everett, Hampton Roads director of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the elder statesman of a growing number of bay advocacy groups.

Horse cocky, this happens yearly....
Free Americano

Norfolk, VA

#2 Aug 16, 2010
Red Tides can cause the production of several types of neurotoxins, resulting in shellfish poisoning. This is potentially a very dangerous situation.

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