Toxins, Volume 10, Issue 2 (February 2018) – 43 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Lake Tegel in Berlin has switched from bloom-ridden to strikingly clear, due to massive reduction of the phosphorus load: toxic cyanobacterial blooms have given way to large stands of underwater vegetation. Is this good news for human health and recreational use? Mostly yes, but in late spring of 2017 sudden dog deaths demonstrated that neurotoxic benthic cyanobacteria now growing on vegetation and sediment may cause new risks. We need research to understand factors causing their proliferation in order to assess the relevance of this new risk – particularly as eutrophication control is increasingly taking effect and more lakes are becoming clear. View this paper
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