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Florida Red Tide Has Killed 174 Dolphins Over The Past Year
The algal bloom has also killed fish, sea turtles and manatees along the Gulf Coast.
Florida's Toxic 'Red Tide' Algae Bloom Is Not Showing Up In Tests
The bloom had been tormenting Florida's coastline inhabitants for well over a year.
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Our Health Depends On The Health Of The Ocean -- And The Ocean Is Sick
Ayana Elizabeth Johnson
, Guest Writers
The crisis in Florida is yet another warning that we need to take better care of our planet.
Why toxic algae blooms like Florida's are so dangerous to people and wildlife
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Views from experts in academia, providing fact-based analysis ...
While the fundamental causes of coastal algal blooms are well understood, there is considerable uncertainty about the details
Toxic Algal Blooms Aren't Just Florida's Problem. And They're On The Rise.
Pollution from agriculture and climate change is closing beaches and contributing to dead zones across the country.
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Don't Panic! It's Just A Blood-Red Lake.
The color is caused by the same algae that make flamingos pink.
New Shellfish Poison Found In U.S. Waters Caused By Algal Bloom
Still, experts suggest that some of the toxins released by various algae species are becoming more prevalent, frequent and
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