Algae bloom blossoms in Animas River south of Durango

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Algae bloom blossoms in Animas River south of Durango

Water officials unsure of cause; no threat to human health
An algae bloom turned the Animas River a fluorescent green a few miles south of Durango, just below a wastewater treatment plant. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.
A dead fish, about 16 inches long, was lying belly up Tuesday in the Animas River a couple of miles south of Durango city limits. An algae bloom turned the river a fluorescent green this week and last week. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.
A dead fish, about 16 inches long, was lying belly up Tuesday in the Animas River a couple of miles south of Durango city limits. An algae bloom turned the river a fluorescent green this week and last week. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.
An algae bloom turned the Animas River a fluorescent green a few miles south of Durango, just below a wastewater treatment plant. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.
An algae bloom turned the Animas River a fluorescent green a few miles south of Durango, just below a wastewater treatment plant. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.

Algae bloom blossoms in Animas River south of Durango

An algae bloom turned the Animas River a fluorescent green a few miles south of Durango, just below a wastewater treatment plant. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.
A dead fish, about 16 inches long, was lying belly up Tuesday in the Animas River a couple of miles south of Durango city limits. An algae bloom turned the river a fluorescent green this week and last week. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.
A dead fish, about 16 inches long, was lying belly up Tuesday in the Animas River a couple of miles south of Durango city limits. An algae bloom turned the river a fluorescent green this week and last week. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.
An algae bloom turned the Animas River a fluorescent green a few miles south of Durango, just below a wastewater treatment plant. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.
An algae bloom turned the Animas River a fluorescent green a few miles south of Durango, just below a wastewater treatment plant. Health officials are so far unconcerned, saying low water, high temperatures, sunlight and nutrients in the water can cause algae growth, all of which are in play this time of year.
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