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View Resource Annual Records of Toxic phytoplankton and PSP toxins in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Quebec.

This website provides access to annual records of the abundance of phytoplankton species and physical-chemical parameters of seawater at monitoring stations in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Quebec, Canada. Users may choose a particular station and the year to view the data (which are presented in MS-Excel format, in French). The webpage also provides a link to a map displaying the locations of the...

View Resource Checklist of Phytoplankton in the Skagerrak-Kattegat (Sweden)

This website, hosted by the Department of Marine Botany, Göteborg University, Sweden, provides an illustrated checklist of phytoplankton heterotrophic protists found in the Skagerrak and the Kattegat, North Atlantic Ocean. The webpage provides links to the following subject areas: "what's new"; diatoms (including diatom distribution in the Skagerrak and the Kattegat), dinoflagellates (including ...

View Resource Peter J.S. Franks

This website features Peter Franks, a Professor of Biological Oceanography at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography working in the Marine Life Research Group. He is a phytoplankton ecologist studying physical-biological interactions in the plankton, that is, how the physical processes in the ocean influence the growth and distribution patterns of phytoplankton. The panel at the bottom of the...

View Resource Desert Dust Kills Florida Fish

This news article details a red tide event that was spread across the Atlantic by a combination of storms in the Sahara Desert region and easterly trade winds that spread fertilized or nutrient overloaded soils to the Gulf of Mexico and Florida coastal regions. The article includes options to listen to the story via streaming audio and downloading capability. It also features colorful pictures...

View Resource Southeast Phytoplankton Monitoring Network

This website features the Southeast Phytoplankton Monitoring Network, an organization dedicated to promoting a better understanding of harmful blooms by way of volunteer monitoring. Volunteers are instructed on algae identification and sample on a weekly/biweekly basis throughout the coastal southeast, reporting their data to researchers at the Marine Biotoxins Program. Results from volunteer...

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