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Oregon Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning Outbreak Prom...

NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) Event Response Program awarded $6,000 to the University of Washington’s Olympic Natural Resources Center, Northwest Indian College, and ...

New Research Examines the Use of Clay to Reduce th...

Scientist Mike Henry of the Mote Marine Laboratory sprays clay slurries into Florida's Sarasota Bay. Credit: Jim Culter/Mote Marine Laboratory In April 2022, an experiment was conducted at the Mote ...

Investigation into Unusual Fish Behavior in the Fl...

Florida Gulf Coast University students, Nick Frankenburger and Kenzie Pruitt getting ready to dive while staff, Adam Catasus and Rachael Schinbeckler, prepare samples. (Credit: Andrew Tipler) The Florida Fish and ...

First Gulf of Alaska Harmful Algal Bloom Cyst Samp...

The first day of the research cruise consisted of small boat operations to collect sediment samples near-shore in Chiniak Bay. Credit: NOAA. National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) scientists ...

New Study Toward a Novel Approach for Controlling ...

The team developed these medium-sized alginate beads, which are now used in the project. NCCOS scientists and partners are now exploring a controlled-release method for managing harmful algal blooms (HABs) ...

HAB Bloom Forecasting Used in Novel Lake Champlain...

Figure 1. Map of Lake Champlain showing the location of Missisquoi Bay in the northeastern portion of the lake. A new paper compares the inter-annual variability of harmful algal blooms ...

Clay Treatments to Control Red Tide Unlikely to Ha...

Blooms of the toxic marine algae Karenia brevis, commonly known as red tide, occur almost annually on Florida’s west coast, often killing other marine life and costing local economies millions ...

Florida Red Tide Respiratory Forecasts Provided to...

Example of the Beaches App, which includes information about current red tide conditions at beaches with NCCOS HAB Forecasts. The Florida red tide respiratory irritation forecast is now being delivered ...

Collaborative Efforts Lead to Proactive Harmful Al...

One year after a record-breaking, toxic algal bloom of Alexandrium catenella in the Bering Strait region of Alaska, highly collaborative efforts led by Norton Sound Health Corporation (NSHC), Alaska Sea ...

Marine Mammal Strandings in Southern California Pr...

NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal and Ocean Science (NCCOS) Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) Event Response program awarded $12,550 to Southern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP), University of California- Santa ...

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