DEEP CREEK LAKE, Md. – After complaints from several Deep Creek Lake residents about algae blooms and overgrowth, state environmental regulators have investigated and found that the problems are not caused by excessive nutrients in the watershed.
Some residents believed that the blooms and aquatic grasses were due to an overload of nutrients, but state officials have determined that nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorous are only at low levels in the streams and creeks that feed the reservoir.
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