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Free Content A Tentative Method for the Prediction of the Florida Red Tide Outbreaks

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Abstract:

Terrigenous nutrient supply in a mass of water of estuarine origin as a significant parameter in Red Tide outbreak is further studied. A relationship between an estuarine mass, carrying the nutrient supply, and the ambient environment is suggested. This relationship is applied to the Florida Red Tide with the help of a new hypothesis of Red Tide outbreak.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 1956

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