Cyanobacteria and ships in the Gulf of Finland. © Source: ESA Copernicus Sentinel-2 Data July 10, 2019, SYKE.

Cyanobacteria situation is typical in lakes, only few observations in the Finnish sea areas

Algal bloom monitoring July 11, 2019, Finnish Environment Institute
Amount of cyanobacteria has increased in the Southern and South-Western Finnish sea areas. In lakes, amount of cyanobacteria is lower than usually during this time of the summer.

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Algal bloom monitoring July 11, 2019: Amount of cyanobacteria has increased in the sea areas, in the lakes the amount of cyanobacteria is less than usually

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Amount of cyanobacteria has increased in the Southern and South-Western Finnish sea areas. In lakes, amount of cyanobacteria is lower than usually during this time of the summer.
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