The second record of data relating to the presence of Sargassum in the Northern Islands was published yesterday by the ARS. It is clear that the situation is deteriorating.
"Increase in the accumulation of algae on all the points affected" and "presence of algae on the water predicting future strandings of algae on all the points affected", this is the sad conclusion of the ARS for our territory. Cul-de-Sac Bay, Orientale North Bay, Lamigeot (Orleans District) and Lucas Bay (Oyster Pond) are still the most watched areas due to the amount of algae near the homes. To avoid brown algae, the ARS suggests the beaches looking north, northwest and west. In Saint-Barthélemy, the same scenario: a slight increase in strandings was noted by the agency. As a reminder, measurements of the hydrogen sulphide level are carried out every week.
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