Warming linked to ‘unprecedented’ algae growth in Arctic lake

 This photo released by the Université Laval shows reseachers at work in around the Ward Hunt Lake in Canada, 18 July 2006. Global warming is believed to be softening the harsh Arctic environment, causing the algae population in Canada's northernmost lake to spike over the past two centuries, researchers said 26 September 2007.(AFP/HO/File/Dermot Antoniades )AFP – Global warming is believed to be softening the harsh Arctic environment, causing the algae population in Canada’s northernmost lake to spike over the past two centuries, researchers said Wednesday.

Warming linked to ‘unprecedented’ algae growth in Arctic lake (AFP)

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