The blooming of Hardangerfjorden from space
Also this year the fjords in western Norway are giving a spectacular show which can be enjoyed from the sky.
Sentinel-2 passing over Hardangerfjord at the end of May was catching the blooming of the Emiliania huxleyi algea which
is turing the water inside the fjord turquoise. This alga is harmless and is found in almost all ocean ecosystems from the equator to
sub-polar regions, with bools that are particularly visible in the Norwegian fjords.
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