Landsat Helps Monitor Toxic Algal Blooms in New Zealand

Landsat Helps Monitor Toxic Algal Blooms in New Zealand

A Landsat 7 image of Okawa Bay
A Landsat 7 image of Okawa Bay

Every summer in New Zealand, recreational swimming in Okawa Bay is often prohibited because of toxic algal blooms. According to a Jan. 20 article in the New Zealand Herald, Waikato University biologist Brendan Hicks is using Landsat data to both map historical water quality deterioration and to monitor the effects of recent mitigation measures on water quality improvement.
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