HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS (HABs) INFORMATION:
Blue-green algae blooms (Cyanobacteria), which can be harmful to people and pets, has been confirmed in several waters throughout the state:
Branch Brook Park, Essex Co.
Caution should be used to minimize contact with water in affected ponds/lakes, and all fish caught in affected waterbodies should not be consumed.
Budd Lake, Morris Co.
Farrington Lake, Middlesex Co.
Greenwood Lake, Passaic Co.
Lake Ceva (College of NJ), Mercer Co.
Lake Hopatcong, Sussex and Morris Co.
Lake Lily, Cape May Co.
Manasquan Reservoir, Monmouth Co.
Mountain Lake, Warren Co.
Penbryn Lake, Camden Co.
Rosedale Lake, Mercer Co.
Spruce Run Reservoir, Hunterdon Co.
Swartswood Lake, Sussex Co.
For a listing of affected waters visit the CyanoHABs Events page and use the HAB Interactive Mapping and Communication System.
For information on HABs and to report suspected blooms visit the Bureau of Freshwater & Biological Monitoring website.
For more HAB information and to sign up for HAB-related news and updates visit the Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) page.
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