South Korean algae raises concerns

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Algae blooms in South Korea's Nakdong river has raised concerns among environmentalists as it could be damaging to human health. There are eight dams along the river, which experts suggest could be leading to stagnation, encouraging the algae to bloom.

(AlJazeeraEnglish YouTube channel)

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Posted by: James Hogg

There is a very simple, non expensive solution to this algae problem and it could be cleared in a few weeks, no need for ripping down dams, the fish stocks will grow and be of better quality.
If I could be connected to the right people in South Korea through this post i would be very grateful.

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