Florida's toxic red tide is a perfect storm for the Gulf Coast

June 24, 2019

Florida's toxic red tide is a perfect storm for the Gulf Coast. Florida's toxic red tide is a perfect storm for the Gulf Coast

Florida's toxic red tide is a perfect storm for the Gulf Coast video duration 7 Minute(s) 48 Second(s), published by PBS NewsHour on 06 09 2018 - 00:11:59.

In Florida, a toxic algae bloom that began last fall has killed dolphins, sea turtles, manatees, even a whale shark
And the toxins are not only devastating to ....

On April 4, 2018, Parker Solar Probe project scientist Nicky Fox of Johns Hopkins APL describes the spacecraft's April 3 journey to Florida and arrival at .... Phillip Furman, a graduate of the University of South Florida and the co-inventor of AZT, a drug used to slow the symptoms of HIV/AIDS, became the first USF .... In Florida, a toxic algae bloom that began last fall has killed dolphins, sea turtles, manatees, even a whale shark
And the toxins are not only devastating to ...

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In Florida, a toxic algae bloom that began last fall has killed dolphins, sea turtles, manatees, even a whale shark. And the toxins are not only devastating to wildlife, but difficult for humans and the economy as well. William Brangham reports from Sanibel Island on the slow-moving catastrophe.

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