As algae blooms increase, scientists seek better ways to predict these toxic tides

Knowing where — and how bad — toxic tides are can help protect health and the environment

algal bloom off Florida's west coast

STAINED RED A harmful algae bloom that has plagued Florida’s west coast for 11 months prompted authorities to call a state of emergency on August 13.

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