A machine learning approach for early warning of cyanobacterial bloom outbreaks in a freshwater reservoir.

@article{Park2021AML,
  title={A machine learning approach for early warning of cyanobacterial bloom outbreaks in a freshwater reservoir.},
  author={Yongeun Park and Hanbin Lee and Jae-Ki Shin and Kangmin Chon and Sunghwan Kim and Kyung Hwa Cho and Jin Hwi Kim and Sang-Soo Baek},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2021},
  volume={288},
  pages={
          112415
        }
}

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