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August 23, 2023
A “surface aerator” near the Pergola is the first of several changes to improve water quality and protect wildlife during harmful algae blooms.
June 7, 2023
Explore the innovative study on lake aeration conducted at California Park Lake in Chico, aimed at combating harmful algae blooms. This blog delves into the science behind the use of diffuser pods, the collaboration with UC Davis and Kasco Marine, and the potential implications for sustainable lake management strategies.
March 21, 2023
In an article by Ricky Rodas and Darwin BondGraham, they discuss the aftermath of a massive fish kill caused by a harmful algae bloom last summer in San Francisco Bay's Lake Merritt. With the lake's ecosystem severely impacted and concerns over future algae blooms and storm effects, the Lake Merritt Institute is working to study the lake and develop long-term solutions. Eli Kersh of LakeTech has placed sensor buoys in the lake to monitor water quality and provide real-time data to help create a blueprint for a system that addresses water quality and oxygenation issues...
December 2nd, 2022
Eli Kersh is on a quest to put better data into the hands of lake managers so they can implement effective and efficient lake management plans to improve and preserve lake health. His company, LakeTech, has developed a unique data management platform and consultancy to support citizen scientists, professional lake managers and municipalities.
November 8th, 2022
In this episode, Sonja discusses algae with a golden algae specialist & a limnologist extraordinaire. The conversation talks about good vs. bad algae, how they spread & survive, and how to best manage waterbodies in Texas to avoid Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs).
October 10th, 2022
Eli Kersh started a consulting firm, e-limnology, in 2016 and used it to provide services for customers as a side business where his current employer had gaps. He primarily provided mapping for customers and his business took off. Eventually he found a niche and e-limnology transformed into its current form Lake Tech...