Scientists in Florida & Mexico to Jointly Study Red Tide

The University of South Florida has announced a joint effort between its College of Marine Science and scientists in Mexico to study red tide. This scientific cooperation between states and nations who depend on the Gulf is producing more accurate tracking of red tide.

USF News reports that Biological Oceanographer Frank Muller-Karger, a member of the research team, has called the effort a “very large step for both nations toward sharing new science to protect the health and the economy of coastal communities of the Gulf of Mexico.”

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