Harmful Algae & Red Tides


From Oceanus Magazine

The Recipe for a Harmful Algal Bloom

Many ingredients mix in the ocean to make toxic shellfish

Setting a Watchman for Harmful Algal Blooms

New undersea technology offers ways to monitor toxic outbreaks

Dropping a Laboratory into the Sea

Revolutionary Sensor Detects Toxic Marine Organisms

Brown Tides and Redfielders

Scientists probe the inner workings of harmful algae

Scientists Use "ESP" to Track Harmful Algae

New Environmental Sample Processor could transform ocean monitoring

Researchers Successfully Forecast 2008 Red Tide

New tool provides early warning of harmful algal bloom along New England coast

Cytobot Gives Early Red Tide Warning

Automated underwater microscope detects unexpected harmful algal bloom

Building a Computer Model to Forecast Red Tides

A variety of variables goes into the mathematical mix that simulates harmful algal blooms

Red Tide—Gone for Now, But Back Next Year?

WHOI researchers extend investigations of the Alexandrium bloom of 2005 and look for signs of future trouble

Seeing Red in New England Waters

WHOI researchers detect a massive bloom of algae before it hits the coast

Risks and Remedies from the Sea

Scientists team up to study the ocean's effect on health

A Fatal Attraction for Harmful Algae

Clay sticks to algae and sinks, offering a potential solution to an expensive and deadly problem

Red Tides and Dead Zones

The coastal ocean is suffering from overload of nutrients

The Growing Problem of Harmful Algae

Tiny plants pose potent threat to those who live in and eat from the sea