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Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
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Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
en en
Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
en en
Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: physical science, environment
en en
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
subject area: physical science, environment
en en
Manchester, United Kingdom
subject area: physical science, environment
en en
York, United Kingdom
subject area: physical science, environment
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Pardubice, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
cs cs
Ostrava, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
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Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
en en
Cambridge, United Kingdom
subject area: physical science, environment
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Pardubice, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
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Cambridge, United Kingdom
subject area: physical science, environment
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Nottingham, United Kingdom
subject area: physical science, environment
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Nottingham, United Kingdom
subject area: physical science, environment
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Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
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Elverum, Norway
subject area: physical science, environment
cs cs
Brno, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
The growth of blue-green algae in our lakes, large ponds, water reservoirs and public waters constitutes a problem for our environment and for our health. These types of algae often result in a deterioration of the water quality and emit a distinctly unpleasant odour. The algae consume a lot of oxygen in the water, leaving little for other animals like fish. They also produce toxins which can cause skin irritations and are suspected to be involved in the occurrence of liver cancer.

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