How to spot a potential algal oil spill

Algae is one of the most common substances found in the oceans.

It is a common plankton, which helps to filter organic material and filter out the carbon dioxide that causes global warming.

So far, there have been no reported incidents involving algal blooms in the sea.

But, it is possible that an oil spill in the ocean could cause an algae bloom in the water, which could be harmful.

Algal blooming in the Pacific Ocean has been a problem in the past, but there have not been any confirmed cases.

The Algal Pollution Monitoring Center, which monitors the conditions in the marine environment, said last month that the area was experiencing an increase in algal activity.

It said that the algal bloom is being driven by a decrease in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

The ocean has been under a state of drought for a number of years.

This has led to the algae blooms.

The researchers said that there were a number conditions that could affect algal growth.

One is a decrease of the plankton in the area, and the second is the presence of the bacteria that causes the algae bloom.

They said that this could cause the algae to expand, and this could lead to a rise in the alga levels.

This would then lead to an increase of the algates, which is the algae’s main food source.

The scientists said that algae blooming has been occurring for decades, and scientists are still not sure what causes it.

“The fact that we have not seen an algal event in the North Pacific Ocean, and that we haven’t had any other reported events, means that we need to start studying these factors more carefully,” said Dr. Christopher A. Neely, the study’s lead author.

“In the North Atlantic, we don’t know whether these conditions are due to climate change or a change in ocean chemistry.”

The research was published online in Environmental Research Letters.

It will be published in the journal Scientific Reports.

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