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Farmington Bay Algal Bloom 2016

Report a Bloom

24-Hour DEQ Environment Incidents Line: (801) 536-4123

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If you believe you or your pet have been exposed to a harmful algal bloom, call (800) 222-1222.

Data


Update: August 9, 2016

A sample collected in Farmington Bay on July 29, 2016, showed high levels of nodularin (244 µg/L) and low but detectable levels of anatoxin-a, cylindrospermopsin, and saxitoxin. Cyanobacteria identified and enumerated during that time consist of Nodularia spumigena (42,000 cells/mL) and Pseudanabaena sp. (337,000 cells/mL).