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Algae blooms accelerating North Cascades snowmelt

Mountains serve as a laboratories for algae research

A drone focuses on a group of people in the middle of a flat beige area.
Alia Khan and her students used an "uncrewed aerial vehicle," like a drone, to map out where snow algae is on Mount Baker. (Photo by Mauri Pelto)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
A new report from a professor at Western Washington University has identified a way to map snow alga
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