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  1. Red Tide: Its Effect on Dogs | Bay Road Animal Hospital Blog
    11/20/2012 · Red Tide: Its Effect on Dogs. ... A red tide, or harmful algal bloom, is a higher-than-normal concentration of a microscopic alga that produces a toxin that can kill marine animals. As many of you know, dogs love to eat the worst smelling things in the world, like dead fish. These fish can be contaminated with the red tide toxin.
  2. How Red Tide Affects Your Pet — River Landings Animal ...
    10/5/2016 · What is red tide? A red tide, or harmful algal bloom, is a higher-than-normal concentration of a microscopic alga (plantlike organism). In Florida and the Gulf of Mexico, the species that causes most red tides is Karenia brevis, often abbreviated as K. brevis. To distinguish K. brevis blooms from red tides caused by other species of algae ...
  3. Red Tide & Your Pets - Sustainable Seafood
    10/29/2015 · Red tide toxins can sometimes cause neurological symptoms. If you live near the water and your dog or cat has asthma, be vigilant about giving daily medication (in consultation with your veterinarian) during red tide. Do not let your dog or cat eat or play with dead fish.
  4. Review of Florida Red Tide and Human Health Effects
    1/1/2011 · This paper reviews the literature describing research performed over the past decade on the known and possible exposures and human health effects associated with Florida red tides. These harmful algal blooms are caused by the dinoflagellate, Karenia brevis, and similar organisms, all of which ...
  5. Redtide – Red Tide Algae – Red Tide Effects | START
    A red tide in 1996 was responsible for the death of nearly 10 % of Florida’s manatee population and 162 dolphins in Mexico. The extremely large red tide bloom of 2005 resulted in an extensive hypoxic zone off the coast of Southwest Florida. Within this hypoxic zone, there was a significant die-off of benthic or bottom-dwelling organisms.
  6. The Harmful Effects of Red Tides - ThoughtCo
    12/11/2018 · “Red tide” is the common name for what scientists now prefer to call “harmful algae blooms.” Harmful algae blooms (HAB) are the sudden proliferation of one or more species of microscopic plants (algae or phytoplankton), which live in the ocean and produce neurotoxins that can cause negative and sometimes fatal effects in fish, birds ...
  7. Experts warn of red tide health risks - NBC2 News
    It's not just walking along a beach filled with dead fish that experts say can be harmful to both humans and dogs, they warn that when red tide persists like we're experiencing right now ...
  8. FAQ | Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
    A red tide, or harmful algal bloom, is a higher-than-normal concentration of a microscopic alga (plantlike organism). In Florida and the Gulf of Mexico, the species that causes most red tides is Karenia brevis, often abbreviated as K. brevis.To distinguish K. brevis blooms from red tides caused by other species of algae, researchers in Florida call the former the “Florida red tide.”
  9. How to stay safe around red tide - ABC News
    8/16/2018 · Red tide is a natural phenomenon that has been reported since the mid-1800s, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission. Algae blooms can be beneficial or …
  10. Dogs not safe on beach during red tide events - ccbiznews.com
    9/18/2015 · “A red tide event, like the one we are experiencing right now is not a good time for your dog to be near the shore.” Red tide is a harmful algae bloom (HAB) that produces neurotoxins and depletes oxygen in the water. The overgrowth causes a red shadow in the water and releases toxins that can cause illness in humans and other animals.
  11. Toxic red tide is making Floridians sick — and angry
    8/3/2018 · Red tides in the Gulf of Mexico and toxic blue-green algae in inland waters are killing animals and stoking outrage in South Florida. Fish are washed ashore on the Sanibel causeway after dying in ...
  12. What is a red tide? - NOAA's National Ocean Service
    8/6/2018 · A red tide is one type of harmful algal bloom. Blooms occur when colonies of algae--simple ocean plants that live in the sea--grow out of control while producing toxic or harmful effects on people, fish, shellfish, marine mammals and birds.
  13. Red tide: Hurricane Michael could have major impact on ...
    10/9/2018 · Red tide is a term that describes a harmful algal bloom that occurs when colonies of plantlike organisms called alga that live in the sea and freshwater grow out of control. ... particularly dogs ...
  14. What is the red tide? Is it harmful to humans and animals ...
    Here is what I found on Wikipedia (thank you, Wikipedia, for always being there for me!): "Red tide is a common name for a phenomenon known as an algal bloom (large concentrations of aquatic microorganisms) when it is caused by a few species of di...
  15. Frequently Asked Questions : Red Tide - whoi.edu
    Blooms are commonly called red tides, but scientists prefer the term "harmful algal blooms" (or HABs). The term red tide erroneously includes many blooms that discolor the water but cause no harm, and also excludes blooms of highly toxic cells that cause problems …
  16. Florida Red Tide FAQs - Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium
    What is Florida red tide? A red tide, or harmful algal bloom, is a higher-than-normal concentration of a microscopic alga (plant-like organism). In marine (saltwater) environments along Florida’s west coast and the elsewhere in the Gulf of Mexico, the species that causes red tides is Karenia ...
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