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  • Toxic day on the Delta VIDEO

    Toxic day on the Delta VIDEO

    Toxic day was a blast with a lot of good giveaways as well as Knowledge being dropped looking forward to the next one.

  • Disco Bay hit with dangerous levels of toxic blue-green algae

    Disco Bay hit with dangerous levels of toxic blue-green algae

    There are major concerns deep in the East Bay after dangerous levels of blue-green algae were found in Discovery Bay.

  • Toxic algae is a severe nationwide threat

    Toxic algae is a severe nationwide threat

    Competing in a bass fishing tournament two years ago, Todd Steele cast his rod from his 21-foot motorboat — unaware that he was being poisoned.

  • Toxic Algae found near Clearlake Oaks

    Toxic Algae found near Clearlake Oaks

    Water testing of a sample from the shoreline along Island Drive near the Clearlake Oaks county boat launch detected levels of a cyanotoxin ..

  • Commission Delays Opener of Recreational Dungeness Crab Season and Closes Northern Part of Recreational California Rock Crab Fishery

    Commission Delays Opener of Recreational Dungeness Crab Season and Closes Northern Part of Recreational California Rock Crab Fishery

    The California Fish and Game Commission today voted 3-0 in favor of an emergency rulemaking to prohibit recreational take and possession of Dungeness crab and all rock crab from ocean waters, including bays and estuaries, north of the Ventura/Santa Barbara county line. Closure of the fisheries shall remain in effect until the Director of the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), in consultation with the Director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), determines that domoic acid levels no longer pose a significant risk to public health and no longer recommends the fisheries be closed.

  • NOAA To Study Toxic Algal Bloom on Pacific Coast of U.S.

    NOAA To Study Toxic Algal Bloom on Pacific Coast of U.S.

    NOAA Fisheries' Northwest Fisheries Science Center in Seattle has mobilized extra scientists to join a fisheries survey along the West Coast to chart an extensive harmful algal bloom that spans much of the West Coast and has triggered numerous closures of important shellfish fisheries in Washington, Oregon and California.