Determining the factors responsible for cyanobacterial blooms is a key issue for scientists and lake stakeholders. This article provides a complete explanation for a recent bloom of Planktothrix rubescens that occurred in Lake Bourget (France) accompanied by a plausible scenario, likely to be used as a predictive tool in the future.
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