By William Jones, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Images from the U.S.' Space Agency NASA have identified an 800km stretch of algae lurking off the coast of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. The algae stretches as far as the southern city of Santa Catarina and, as a result, has left oceanographers and weather experts fearing that heavy storms will arrive on Brazil’s coast at the end of summer or in early autumn.
The picture, obtained by Brazilian national newspaper O Globo and captured by NASA’s aqua satellite from space, show a result of the . . .