New Jersey’s lakes and ponds have taken a beating the last few years. Hot and sunny days mixed with stagnant water created a pesky algal bloom problem for the Department of Environmental Protection. Scientists are now deploying a new weapon in the fight — a high-tech system of ultrasonic frequencies blasting the bacteria and battling toxic blooms. Correspondent Leah Mishkin reports.
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