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California HAB Forecasting Highlighted by Major Oc...

A NCCOS-funded harmful algal bloom forecasting project is providing key information that one day will help scientists overcome the challenges of HAB forecasting and predict when and where blooms may ...
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Buoys Support Red Tide Forecast for 2013 I NERACOO...

The 2013 spring and summer red tide reason in New England is expected to be "moderate" according to NCCOS's partner, theWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI),forecast last month.Ocean and weather data ...
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NCCOS-funded Science in Washington State Seeks to ...

This map shows the preliminary counts of Alexandrium cysts from a survey conducted in January and February 2013. Image courtesy of the University of Washington. In March, the Puget Sound ...
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Florida Monitors Massive Red Tide with NOAA's Help

An extensive Karenia brevis algae bloom off of the Florida coast prompted NOAA's National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science to provide the state funding to pay for offshore monitoring of ...
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Fish-Killing Algae Species Evades Predators to Sur...

A recently published study into how Heterosigma rapidly forms blooms discovered a remarkable behavior: they flee. This fish-killing species of microscopic plant swims away when it senses single-celled predators are feeding on ...
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Red tide kills fish along South Sarasota County, C...

The largest red tide bloom to affect Southwest Florida in years stretches nearly 100 miles from Lee County to Pinellas, with reports of fish kills and irritating red-tide air concentrated ...
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Algae blooms are prolific this time of year | Seac...

Due to blooms of the type of algae Alexandrium that cause paralytic shellfish poisoning, mussel oyster and clam harvesting was recently shut down along some sections of the Maine coast ...
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New Study Shows Complex Variation of Toxicity in T...

A recent study funded by the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science investigated the role of specific phosphorus and nitrogen compounds in determining the amount and composition of Paralytic Shellfish ...
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Researchers Forecast a Moderate New England Red Ti...

Scientists from a NOAA-funded project in the Gulf of Maine issued an outlook for a moderate season of toxic algae blooms known as "red tides" in the spring and summer of ...
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Harmful Algae Research Highlighted at Premier Scie...

On June 12-17, 2011, CSCOR sponsored researchers and agency scientists led sessions, gave presentations, and provided expert discussions at the Mycotoxins & Phycotoxins Gordon Research Conference, Colby College, Maine. Algae, ...
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