Massive marine bloom highlights coastal threat

An algal bloom affecting hundreds of square miles of sea off the west of Scotland has caused widespread deaths of invertebrates. Blooms are common around the British coast and may be becoming more frequent. But there is no coordinated monitoring programme and little hope of answering the key question of whether they are related to nutrient inputs.

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