Red Tide: Bad for Business?

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2023-12-08
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McGhee, Sara
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8
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Red Tide is a harmful algal bloom that has been observed off the Gulf Coast of Florida for decades. The damage caused by red tides can be seen from beaches to local businesses to shellfish farmers. Research to learn more about how red tide is formed and how to mitigate the effects is a multi-million-dollar effort connecting scientists from all different parts of the world. While no solution has yet been found for a problem of this magnitude, several methods have been proposed and are undergoing experimentation. Looking at the effects red tide has on the state of Florida may provide a better understanding as to why finding a solution for red tide is a pressing issue.
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