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|Title: ||Mote/FWC-FWRI Cooperative Red Tide Research Program: Monitoring, Prediction, and Mitigation of Florida Red Tides. Second Quarter Report, FY-2011 to 2012.|
|Authors: ||Bartels, Erich|
Dixon, L. Kellie
Hall, Emily R.
Henry, Michael S.
Kirkpatrick, Gary J.
Harmful algal blooms
|Issue Date: ||5-Jun-2015|
|Series/Report no.: ||MTR;1582|
|Description: ||This report provides descriptions of the progress during the second quarter of the FY-2011-2012 red tide cooperative research program between the FWC-FWRI and Mote. This project is designed to focus on
specific red tide research areas that are of critical concern to the State of Florida, in cooperation with other on-going HAB initiatives. The overall purpose is to determine and quantify the multiple causes of the
Florida red tide initiation, development, transport and termination and to provide science-based information to assist resource managers and public health officials to make informed decisions directed toward reducing the adverse effects of red tide. The project components were developed around a series of three organizational goals.|
|Appears in Collections:||Mote Technical Reports|
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