The Lake Winnipeg Health Plan
Eight actions to address the root causes of harmful algae blooms.
4. Monitoring our Waterways
Phosphorus is the nutrient responsible for potentially harmful algae blooms on Lake Winnipeg – but in order to take effective action on phosphorus reduction, we must fully understand how, when and from where phosphorus is reaching Lake Winnipeg.
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