CyanoHABs, (usually described as red tides in the marine environment) are increasingly being reported in coastal areas globally. Two significant contributors to this phenomenon are known to be
Research has shown that toxic CyanoHABs originate around off-shore discharge points from desalination plants and spread from there.
An understanding of the process of eutrophication and environments where Cyanobacteria can opportunistically proliferate and dominate the phycological populations makes this predictable.
our solutions to these problems are becoming increasingly relevant as off-shore toxic algae blooms become more prevalent, intense and enduring.
Flushing of rivers and upstream impoundments of all kinds by stormwater or natural flows cause an inflow of nutrients, and often a direct inflow of toxic CyanoHABs into marine environments.
Configuring our Biotechnology Solution Platform to develop solutions for marine environments is the only effective tool in managing such events.