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Inland lakes at Cape Cod NS plagued by algae

BARNSTABLE — Fifteen years ago, when Sandra Bolton and her husband bought their three-bedroom Cape overlooking the serene waters of Shubael Pond, their view was like “heaven on Earth,” she said. Few summer days passed when they didn’t take a dip.


But in recent years they began to notice a guacamole-colored scum marring the previously clear waters. Last summer, just as temperatures were increasing and the pond beckoned, local officials banned swimming there after finding toxic algae blooms that can be harmful if ingested, inhaled, or touched.


https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/07/31/metro/temperatures-rise-nightmare-toxic-algae-plagues-hidden-gems-cape-cod/

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