Bioluminescent algae blooms that glow blue along the coast of the East China Sea are getting larger, according to findings published in Geophysical Research Letters. It is the first time satellite data have been used to monitor algal blooms of Noctiluca scintillans, researchers say.
Algae blooms around China growing, satellite data show
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