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Dr. Chris Gobler on the State of Long Island Water

Chris Gobler Discusses State of Long Island Water Quality

Dr. Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University at the Partnership's Sixth Annual "Water We Going To Do?" Conference

Following one of the longest and most intense brown tides that Long Island’s South Shore has ever experienced, the need to take purposeful and immediate action in order to eliminate our nitrogen pollution has never been clearer. Take a crash course in the different types of algal blooms that plague Long Island’s waterways and the ways that we can eliminate them by watching this presentation by Stony Brook University Professor Dr. Christopher Gobler.

 

Know the difference between a brown tide and red tide? Curious about ways in which nitrogen can be removed from water bodies? In this update on the “State of the Bays” presented during our 6th annual “Water We Going to Do” Conference in May, Dr. Gobler helps to define the different kinds of algal blooms that threaten Long Island’s shores and wildlife and outlines a path forward for the region in its battle against nitrogen pollution. Find out first hand why Dr. Gobler is considered Long Island’s leading expert on the region’s water quality.





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