NOAA and Partners Expand Monitoring Program to Provide an Early Warning of HAB Events in Oregon [What’s New]

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A harmful algal bloom (HAB) pilot project in Oregon is providing officials with an early warning of a severe, recurring threat to both human health and coastal economies. NOS-funded researchers involved with the project demonstrated the vital role of regular sampling of nearshore and offshore waters for HAB species and toxins to help state officials manage recreational shellfisheries, worth $31 million to Oregon's coastal communities....
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