Why is the water so green around southern B.C.?
from CBC News
If you've noticed the waters off the shores of southern B.C. looking greener than usual, give yourself a pat on the back for being attuned to the shades of the sea. There is a massive algae bloom in the Strait of Georgia, extending into Howe Sound, that's left the colour of the water looking more emerald than usual. Waters off the southern tip of Vancouver Island, in Desolation Sound and around the Malaspina Inlet have also been affected. The colour is so vibrant, it can be seen in NASA's satellite view of the area.
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