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Azaspiracid: An Emerging Algal Toxin

Azaspiracids are a group of toxins first reported in the 1990s in Western European waters and are now reported to occur along both the East and West coasts of North ...


Special Satellite Algorithm Used to Detect Irish H...

NCCOS collaboration with a major Irish public research university and the Irish agency responsible for marine research led to the successful adaptation of a NCCOS employed satellite ocean color processing ...

NCCOS Hosts Visiting Scientists

Collaborationto Identify Ecologically Important Areas in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary NCCOS Biogeography Branch staff are working with visiting scholar Daniel Mateos-Molina, on methods to identify ecologically important areas ...

Working with State to Document First Occurrence of...

Light micrograph of K. mikimotoi taken from a bloom sample. Starting in late Sept. 2013, a bloom of the phytoplankton Karenia mikimotoi began, progressed, and ultimately covered most of Kachemak ...

NCCOS Contributes to European Union Workshop on Al...

NCCOS concluded its contribution to a three-year project funded by the Irish Marine Institute on the algal toxin, azaspiracid, with presentations at the final Dissemination & Stakeholder Workshop held in ...

Public warned on shellfish poisoning - (The Irish...

About a dozen people have become ill with suspected food poisoning in recent weeks after gathering mussels and other shellfish from the shoreline in parts of the west and southwest ...

Joint US-Ireland Research Producing Significant Ad...

A team of scientists and engineers met January 21-22 in Charleston, SC for a strategy session to implement an emerging sensor design for detecting algal biotoxins. The new platform uses ...


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