Seeing Red: Florida’s Harmful Algal Bloom
Dr. Lisa Krimsky, Water Resources Regional Specialized Agent
University of Florida IFAS Extension
and Florida Sea Grant
Dr. Krimsky addresses some of the most frequently asked questions about red tides including causes and impacts of red tides and the current bloom status in Florida.
Select Supplemental Content:
[REFERENCE] Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission FWRI – Red Tide & Red Tide Current Status
[RESOURCE LIBRARY] Florida Sea Grant – Harmful Algal Blooms in Florida
[READING] Florida Sea Grant – State of the Science for Karenia brevis (Red Tide) in Florida
[VIDEO] American Chemical Society – The Terrifying (but Awesome) Science Behind Red Tides
[VIDEO] SciShow News – Why Florida’s Red Tide Is Killing So Many Animals
[VIDEO] South Florida PBS – Changing Seas: Toxic Waters
[READING] Tampa Bay Times – Is it safe to eat seafood in the Tampa Bay area during Red Tide?
[READING] UF IFAS Extension – Tips for Tracking Red Tide
[REFERENCE] NOAA NCCOS –Gulf of Mexico Harmful Algal Bloom Forecast
[REFERENCE] USF – Red Tide Prediction and Tracking on the West Florida Shelf
[READING] UF IFAS – Quantifying the Socio-Economic Impacts of HABs in SW Florida in 2018
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