CHATHAM — People have grown to expect that hot summer weather drives pond algae blooms. But with temperatures cooling into autumn, it was a little jarring last week to hear that Chatham had closed Goose Pond to people and pets after a cyanobacterial bloom was detected.
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- WBUR: Cape Cod’s water quality is getting worse, report finds
- WCAI: Water quality report: one-third of ponds tested on Cape Cod called ‘unacceptable’
- The Enterprise: APCC State Of The Waters Report: Optimism Despite Continued Water Quality Decline