“Hilary Snook is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency program lead for a project called the Cyanobacteria Monitoring Collaborative, which works with citizen scientists and trained water professionals to identify and monitor cyanobacteria—photosynthesizing bacteria that can impact water quality—in bodies of water. Reports from locals in their area are crucial to their mission, Snook says.”
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