Societies in Conflict: Algae and Humanity in the Philippines
This paper examines the origin and evolutionary role of microalgae, the phenomenon of harmful dinoflagellate blooms commonly referred to as red tides, their history in the Philippines since a regular annual occurrence in 1983, and the loss of livelihood, morbidity and even death caused through the human consumption of seafood contaminated by such toxins.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 1999
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