Oct 22, 2018
How Maryland is cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay: LiveBIG 2018-19
With a specially-built algae growth system, University of Maryland researchers are scrubbing excess nutrients from Chesapeake Bay waters, a process that will help restore oxygen levels in the troubled coastal ecosystem. The algae, in turn, can be used to produce methane, a renewable resource for green energy.

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