There is a raging debate as to whether human activity has affected the red tide
Historically, red tide
appeared occasionally in our waters, but never as frequently as in recent times.
Another model suggests that iron-rich dust wafting across the ocean from the Sahara triggers red tides
Last year, the area of red tides
totaled 23,630 square kilometers, mostly in the East China Sea, according to the agency's 2004 Summary of the State of the Environment, released Thursday.
Physiological ecology of Gonyaulax polyedra, a red tide
water dinoflagellate of southern California.
Such blooms have long been a common phenomenon within the Southern California Bight (SCB), with the earliest reported red tide
occurring in 1746 (Brongersma-Sanders 1957).
The plant will also use modern technology to address the red tide
phenomenon, thus ensuring continuous operation of the plant in case of red tide
Meanwhile, the significant drop in water temperature prevents the accumulation and reproduction of red tide
off the coasts of the emirate and fishing is more stable these days.
in Environmental Engineering Sciences from the University of Florida in 2004 and then joined Mote's red tide
The rare red tide
is also known to cause fish kills and make seafood in the area like shellfish harmful to eat.
Two beaches were closed in Donegal earlier this month due to the huge red tide
We were looking at releasing her the next spring after she came here, but we had a red tide
and waited a whole year until the conditions were good enough to introduce her back to the wild," he said.