Harmful algal blooms (HABs) have increased in both frequency and intensity in the last two decades, driven by climate change and activities that introduce growth-stimulating nutrients into waterways.

Join Dr. Stephanie A. Smith, on July 26th at 2:00pm (EDT) as she provides a basic overview of bloom-forming algae, including a review of the toxins that are of human health concern.

Register for the live webinar, and you'll learn:

  • Which factors contribute to HABs and what makes HABs problematic
  • How biological, water quality and metrological parameters can be monitored by responders to minimize the impact of HABs and human exposure
  • How unique pigments of algae allow for monitoring using fluorescence-based tools, ranging from handheld meters to satellites
  • The importance of monitoring water quality parameters that either lead to or result from HABs

This is the first of a two part webinar series on harmful algal blooms. Keep an eye out for an invitation for our second event coming later this summer.

YSI Product Manager

Dr. STEPHANIE A. SMITH


Dr. Smith works with customers and a team of engineers to develop water monitoring technology for the scientific community. Her experience in microbiology and biochemistry drives her passion for a greater understanding of the biological and chemical engines driving our planet. Join us and take advantage of her expertise!


Host

BRANDON SMITH



Brandon is a member of our marketing and communications team and will guide the live event as our host. He’ll ensure your questions about HABs are answered during the session and will engage the audience for live feedback throughout the presentation.


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Managing Harmful

Algal Blooms


2:00pm - 3:00pm (EDT)

July 26th, 2017

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