Application Note

Monitoring A Harmful Algae Bloom Using ATP

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ATP testing can rapidly detect harmful algae blooms, reducing the time required to implement a Red Alert and, consequently, the risk to public health. Read about how a regional water authority experiencing an algae bloom investigated the use of ATP (dQGO-M) as a method of rapidly quantifying algae biovolume, which is typically measured using microscopy.

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