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Investigators wonder what’s fouling Brooks Lake

Algae turns water pea green in summer; fish are struggling

An explosion of algae growth fed by an excess of nitrogen turns Brooks Lake’s waters green late in the summers. The two primary game fish that swim its waters are either unusually skinny and getting skinnier or barely reproducing and on a track toward disappearing.