Humans Make Red Tide Worse

Go figure
A new study from the University of Florida directly links manmade nutrient pollution, like the nitrogen-laden high-volume Lake Okeechobee discharges, to intensifying red tide blooms. ⁠

Published in the academic journal Science of the Total Environment, the report’s mouthful of a name is: “Nitrogen-enriched discharges from a highly managed watershed intensify red tide (Karenia brevis) blooms in southwest Florida.“

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