CO-OPS completed its first official season of forecasting the Lake Erie Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) Operational Forecast. This year’s bloom, the third-largest in recent years, started near Maumee, Ohio, on July 17 and lasted until November 7. During that time, CO-OPS released 33 bulletins to support local water resource managers in mitigating the impacts. During this inaugural season, CO-OPS codified a system of transitioning products from research to operations, first transitioning the Lake Erie bulletin itself, and then rolling out a product enhancement with high-resolution Sentinel-3 satellite imagery.


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