[USA] Fifty-six years ago almost to the day, a strange and horrifying event in a seaside town in California inspired Alfred Hitchcock’s Continue reading Red tide and brown waves: Is it safe to surf?
[Chile] Preliminary results of a scientific survey performed in February confirm the presence of Karenia cf. Mikimotoi microalagae Continue reading IFOP confirms Karenia microalgae presence in the Gulf of Penas
[USA] This city’s officials say that red tide and nanoplankton have been found in waterways where dead fish and pelicans were discovered. Continue reading Red tide, nanoplankton found in St. Pete Waterways where pelicans died
[USA] The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System Regional Association (GCOOS-RA) today released a new plan that, Continue reading New plan lays framework for gulf-wide observing and warning system for red tides
[USA] A widespread red tide outbreak is occurring along the Alabama coast. Continue reading Red tide invades Alabama waters, shuts down fall oyster harvest
[USA] Red tide killed millions of fish near Sanibel Island, a safe haven for species which migrate during winter times. Continue reading Red tide killed millions of fishes near Sanibel Island
[Global] Red tide is a common name for a phenomenon also known as a harmful algal bloom which occurs when populations of aquatic microorganisms rapidly increase. Continue reading Red tide a natural catastrophe
[Argentine, USA] The green stuff that clouds up fish tanks – it’s not just an aesthetic annoyance. In fact, if you’ve been watching recent news of algal bloom concerns in Lake Erie, Continue reading Algal growth a blooming problem, space station to help monitor