Unlike the usual role of floating macroalgae Sargassum spp. as a habitat for diverse marine life, the GASB inundated Caribbean coastlines, posing challenges to ecosystems, regional economies, and human health. A recent study conducted by researchers sheds light on this enigma by clearly identifying nutrients as a key driver of the GASB. This article delves into their findings and its implications for the future. This post appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.