is a term used to describe a phenomenon, when the water is discolored by high algal biomass or the concentration of algae.
"If someone were at war with the state of Florida and looking for a weapon, red tide
would be perfect," he says.
My main question: Would she serve her friends and family crabs and shrimp from red tide
Along the mid-Gulf Coast, Pinellas County is partnering with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to issue out a first-of-a-kind air quality forecast to keep residents and visitors safe during red tide
People talk about the red tide
tickle, sort of a scratchiness or soreness in the throat as well as a cough," said Acey Albert, M.D., a board certified internist and pediatrician in Palm Beach, Fla.
can be harmful to people with respiratory problems and has spread throughout the Gulf of Mexico, drifting in the water since it began in October.
In line with the National Plan for Red Tide
Management that ensures an immediate response in such events, the Ministry is coordinating satellite monitoring of the marine environment in cooperation with the Regional Organization for the Protection of the Marine Environment.
The ministry has issued a call to commercial fishermen as well as beachgoers to avoid harvesting any fish or shellfish to eat to prevent any possible ingestion of toxic substances produced by colonies of algae in the red tide
There have been some studies on the red tide
The red tide
killed at least 305 manatees over the next year.
The Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) has suspended the operation of water desalination units in Kalba due to the red tide
phenomenon off the coast of the area.
Farms in the North East of the country are losing stacks of cash due to the so-called "red tide
" formed in May.