chrisjones Posted October 7, 2022 Share Posted October 7, 2022 (edited) Cooling lakes and reservoirs to reduce bacteria and algae blooms and maintain healthy fish stocks? Hi, I have posted this idea several times in the Guardian newspaper's environment and climate sections several times over the last six years. I'm proposing the cooling of reservoir and lake water sources powered by renewables to reduce algae blooms, bacteria, and to create healthy conditions for resident fish stocks. I envisage water pumps onshore or offshore to cool the water via cooling machines powered by solar, wind, and water mills, the water mills being placed at the tributaries to the lakes. Edited October 7, 2022 by chrisjones Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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