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NOAA funds grants to implement new technologies for harmful algal bloom monitoring and forecasting in the Gulf of Maine

Published on: 10/11/2011
Region(s) of Study: U.S. States and Territories / Maine

NOAA research grants totaling $1,665,056 announced today will lead to the implementation of seasonal and weekly toxic algal bloom forecasts improving accuracy and providing better early warnings for harmful algal blooms in the Gulf of Maine. State and local shellfish managers and the shellfish industry use these warnings to prepare for severe seasons, protect human health, and minimize economic losses.

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