EPA 2012-08-07 10:54:56 Fighting against hazardous green tides
Waterwheels are installed on the Daecheong Lake in Okcheon, 174 kilometers south of Seoul, South Korea, 07 August 2012, to help circulate the lake's water, a measure to prevent green algae blooms from spreading. The formation of hazardous green algae bloom, which has resulted from a long-standing drought and high temperatures, suffocates fish, wreaking havoc on fish farms. EPA/STRINGER SOUTH KOREA OUT
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