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New Online Community Created to Improve National H...

NCCOS and the U.S. National Office for HABs established a new listserv to address diarrhetic shellfish poisoning. This emerging harmful algal bloom (HAB) issue has caused shellfish harvesting closures in ...
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NOAA, Partners Issue Dead Zone Predictions for Gul...

Scientists are expecting an average, but still large, hypoxic or "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico this year, and a slightly above-average hypoxic zone in the Chesapeake Bay. NOAA-supported ...
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Gliders Map Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone

This summer, NCCOS-sponsored scientists from Texas A&M University will test the use of gliders to monitor and map hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico. The team will deploy five ...
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Marine Life in Gulf of Mexico Face Multiple Challe...

By Maggie Broadwater, guest blogger from NOAA's Harmful Algal Bloom Analytical Response Team. A bottlenose dolphin calf in the Gulf of Mexico. Credit: NOAA. Animals living in coastal waters can ...
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Texas Alerted to Toxic Pseudo-nitzschia Bloom in G...

Volunteers with NOAA's Phytoplankton Monitoring Network have reported a bloom of the diatom, Pseudo-nitzschia in Galveston Bay, Texas, and NOAA's Analytical Response Team has confirmed that the bloom is producing ...
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Galveston Bay Closed to Oyster Harvesting After Sc...

The Texas Department of State Health Services is temporarily closing all of the Galveston Bay system to the harvesting of oysters, clams, and mussels because of elevated levels of an ...
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Identifying Origin and Mechanism of Texas Red Tide

A study funded by the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science has tentatively identified the source and control mechanism of red tides (Karenia brevis) along the Texas coast. The research, ...
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New Research Defines Origin and Dynamic Behavior o...

Reducing the size of the widespread area of hypoxia (low oxygen) in the northern Gulf of Mexico - known as the "Dead Zone" - represents one of the nation's crucial ...
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Programmed Cell Death and the Decline of Harmful A...

Programmed cell death, or self-induced cell mortality, is the subject of increasing attention and research efforts. All phytoplankton blooms decline for a variety of reasons - nutrient depletion, zooplankton grazing, ...
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Common Brevetoxin Metabolite Found in Gulf of Mexi...

Brevetoxin B2 - an abundant shellfish metabolite of brevetoxin found in Gulf of Mexico oysters - does not readily pass through an intestinal barrier, rendering it unlikely to cause neurotoxic ...
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