Boulder Creek has a “nuisance algae”

CU researchers studying "green slime." It may be spread by fishermen.

| Jan 26, 2010

Rock Snot from Ben Chambers on Vimeo.

Didymosphenia, a nuisance algae also known as “rock snot” due to its appearance, causes problems in Colorado rivers when annual floods are not allowed to occur.

Videographer: Ben Chambers.


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