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New study shows red tides can be predicted


March 10, 2017

a red tide turns bioluminescent off Scripps Oceanography Pier For over a century, scientists have been trying to understand what causes red tides to form in coastal areas seemingly out of nowhere. Using a novel technique developed by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego, scientist George Sugihara and colleagues, that mystery is finally being unraveled. Full Story

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