Correlations of Various Ambient Phenomena with Red Tide Outbreaks on the Florida West Coast
Abstract:Investigations have been made to determine whether any simple, linear correlations exist between Red Tide outbreaks and various ambient phenomena. Outbreaks are compared with rainfall, tropical disturbances, and river runoff. A pattern of cyclic recurrence of outbreaks is presented. An attempt is made to show the path of individual outbreaks.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1956-01-01
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