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Red Tide Report (Update)

Red Tide Mid-Week Update for October 17, 2018

Current Conditions

Bloom concentrations of the Florida red tide organism, Karenia brevis, persist on Florida’s Southwest, Northwest, and East coasts. Patchiness was observed in each region. Additional details are provided below.

  • Over the past week in Southwest Florida, patchy concentrations of K. brevis were observed from Pinellas to Monroe counties. Relative to last week, cell concentrations were similar in most areas but increased in parts of Monroe County, and decreased in parts of Manatee County. Observations of >1,000,000 K. brevis cells per liter (“high” concentrations) occurred at one site each in Pinellas and Sarasota counties; medium concentrations of K. brevis also occurred only in these counties.  

  • In Northwest Florida over the past week, K. brevis was observed in or offshore of Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa Counties, with “medium” concentrations occurring in Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties.

  • On the East Coast over the past week, observations of K. brevis spanned Brevard to Miami-Dade counties. “High” concentrations were observed at one site in Indian River County, and “medium” concentrations occurred in Indian River and Broward counties. Relative to last week, cell concentrations increased in Indian River County and decreased in parts of St. Lucie, Martin, Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade counties.

Fish Kills
In Southwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Pinellas and Sarasota counties. In Northwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Okaloosa and Pasco counties. Along the East Coast of Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Brevard, Indian River, Palm Beach and Broward counties.

Respiratory Irritation
Respiratory irritation was reported over the past week in Southwest Florida (in Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Lee, and Collier counties), Northwest Florida (in Escambia and Okaloosa counties), and the East Coast (in Brevard and Indian River counties).

Forecast
Forecasts by the USF-FWC Collaboration for Prediction of Red TidesExternal Website for Pinellas to southern Monroe counties predict net northwestern transport of surface waters and southeastern movement of subsurface waters over the next three days. Three-day forecasts for Northwest Florida predict net western transport of surface waters and northeastern movement of subsurface waters from Escambia to western Gulf counties.

Red Tide Status Map (October 17, 2018)
Statewide Red Tide Counts October 9 through 16, 2018
View a larger map Adobe PDF (October 17, 2018)

To see detailed information on this week's samples, view the current Statewide Google Earth map for October 17, 2018External Website.

By using Google Earth, you can zoom in to specific locations and click on stations to see detailed information, including sample date and cell concentration. You must have Google Earth installed on your computer to view this map; the software can be downloaded from the Google Earth websiteExternal Website.

Archived status maps can be found in our Flickr galleryExternal Website. Previous regional status reports and maps can be found on our red tide resources page.

Latest Red Tide Status Report Available by Phone
Call 866-300-9399 at any time from anywhere in Florida to hear a recording about red tide conditions throughout the state. Callers outside of Florida can dial 727-552-2448. Standard calling charges apply.

Reports are updated on Friday afternoon except during holidays, in which case the report will be released on the closest day. Additional information, if available, is provided on Wednesday afternoon. To receive an e-mail when the current status has been updated, visit our subscription area.

Additional Information
For additional information about red tide and the current red tide bloom, including information on how to report a fish kill or other wildlife effects, consult health authorities about human exposure, or locate other resources, visit our Red Tide-Related Hotlines and Information Sources article.


Blue-Green Algae Bloom Information
Additional information regarding the current status of algal blooms in South Florida is being consolidated and posted on the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s website: https://floridadep.gov/dear/algal-bloomExternal Website.


 

DescriptionKarenia breviscells/literPossible Effects (K. brevis only)
NOT PRESENT - BACKGROUND background levels of 1,000 cells or less None anticipated
VERY LOW >1,000 to 10,000 Possible respiratory irritation; shellfish harvesting closures > 5,000 cells/L
LOW >10,000 to 100,000 Respiratory irritation, possible fish kills and bloom chlorophyll probably detected by satellites at upper limits
MEDIUM >100,000 to 1,000,000 Respiratory irritation and probable fish kills
HIGH >1,000,000

As above plus discoloration


Red Tide Report (Update)

Red Tide Status Update for October 12, 2018

Weekly Change October 6 to 12

Current Conditions
Bloom concentrations of the Florida red tide organism, Karenia brevis, persist in Southwest, Northwest, and Southeast Florida, with patchiness observed in each region. Additional details are provided below.

In Southwest Florida, K. brevis concentrations decreased in parts of Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee and Collier counties, and increased in Monroe County over the past week, resulting in patchier bloom conditions along the coast. Observations of >1,000,000 K. brevis cells per liter (“high” concentrations) occurred only in Southwest Florida this past week, at two sites in Pinellas County. In Northwest Florida, K. brevisconcentrations generally decreased in Bay, Gulf, and Pasco counties. On the East Coast, K. brevis concentrations increased in St. Lucie County, and decreased in parts of Palm Beach County. On the East Coast, up to “medium” concentrations of K. brevis were observed from St. Lucie to Miami-Dade counties, with the exception of Broward County, where up to “low” concentrations were detected.

  • In Southwest Florida over the past week, K. brevis was observed at very low to high concentrations in Pinellas County, background to low concentrations in Manatee County, background to low concentrations in Sarasota County, background concentrations in Lee County, background concentrations in or offshore of Collier County, and background to low concentrations in Monroe County. For additional information, view the southwest coast report Adobe PDF  and map Adobe PDF.       

  • In Northwest Florida over the past week, K. brevis was observed at very low concentrations in Escambia County, very low concentrations in Santa Rosa County, background concentrations offshore of Walton County, and background to low concentrations in Bay County. For additional information, view the northwest coast report Adobe PDF  and map Adobe PDF

  • On the East Coast over the past week, K. brevis was observed at background to medium concentrations in St. Lucie County, background to medium concentrations in or offshore of Martin County, very low to medium concentrations in or offshore of Palm Beach County, background to low concentrations in Broward County, and background to medium concentrations in Miami-Dade County. For additional information, view the east coast report Adobe PDF  and map Adobe PDF

Fish Kills
In Southwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Pinellas, Sarasota, and Collier counties. In Northwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Okaloosa, Walton, and Bay counties. Along the East Coast of Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties. More detailed information is available at /fishkill.

Respiratory Irritation
Respiratory irritation was reported over the past week in Southwest Florida (in Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Lee, and Collier counties). Respiratory irritation was also reported in Northwest Florida (in Escambia and Okaloosa counties) and the Florida East Coast (in Palm Beach County). For additional information, view the southwest coast report Adobe PDF, the northwest coast report Adobe PDF, and the east coast report Adobe PDF.

Forecast
Forecasts by the USF-FWC Collaboration for Prediction of Red TidesExternal Website for Southwest Florida from Pinellas to northern Monroe counties predict net southern transport of surface waters and southeastern movement of subsurface waters for most areas over the next three days. North of the Keys in Florida Bay, three-day forecasts predict southern transport of surface and subsurface waters for most areas. Three-day forecasts in Northwest Florida from Escambia to western Gulf counties predict variable movement of surface waters and northeastern movement of subsurface waters in most areas.

Red Tide Status Map (October 12, 2018)
RT-Count-map1012.jpg
View a larger map Adobe PDF (October 12, 2018)

To see detailed information on this week's samples, view the current Statewide Google Earth map for October 12, 2018External Website.

By using Google Earth, you can zoom in to specific locations and click on stations to see detailed information, including sample date and cell concentration. You must have Google Earth installed on your computer to view this map; the software can be downloaded from the Google Earth websiteExternal Website.

Archived status maps can be found in our Flickr galleryExternal Website. Previous regional status reports and maps can be found on our red tide resources page.

Latest Red Tide Status Report Available by Phone
Call 866-300-9399 at any time from anywhere in Florida to hear a recording about red tide conditions throughout the state. Callers outside of Florida can dial 727-552-2448. Standard calling charges apply.

Reports are updated on Friday afternoon except during holidays, in which case the report will be released on the closest day. Additional information, if available, is provided on Wednesday afternoon. To receive an e-mail when the current status has been updated, visit our subscription area.

Additional Information
For additional information about red tide and the current red tide bloom, including information on how to report a fish kill or other wildlife effects, consult health authorities about human exposure, or locate other resources, visit our Red Tide-Related Hotlines and Information Sources article.


Blue-Green Algae Bloom Information
Additional information regarding the current status of algal blooms in South Florida is being consolidated and posted on the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s website: https://floridadep.gov/dear/algal-bloomExternal Website.


 

DescriptionKarenia breviscells/literPossible Effects (K. brevis only)
NOT PRESENT - BACKGROUND background levels of 1,000 cells or less None anticipated
VERY LOW >1,000 to 10,000 Possible respiratory irritation; shellfish harvesting closures > 5,000 cells/L
LOW >10,000 to 100,000 Respiratory irritation, possible fish kills and bloom chlorophyll probably detected by satellites at upper limits
MEDIUM >100,000 to 1,000,000 Respiratory irritation and probable fish kills
HIGH >1,000,000

As above plus discoloration



 

Red Tide Report (Update)

Red Tide Mid-Week Update for October 10, 2018

Current Conditions
Bloom concentrations of the Florida red tide organism, Karenia brevis, persist in Southwest, Northwest, and Southeast Florida, with patchiness observed in each region. Additional details are provided below.

  • Over the past week in Southwest Florida, patchy concentrations of K. brevis were observed from Pinellas to Lee counties. Relative to last week, cell concentrations decreased in some areas of Manatee County, and most parts of Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee and Collier counties. Observations of >1,000,000 K. brevis cells per liter (“high” concentrations) occurred at only three sites (in Pinellas and Manatee counties and offshore of Charlotte County). “Medium” concentrations occurred in and/or offshore of those same counties and in Sarasota County.
  • In Northwest FloridaK. brevis was observed in or offshore of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Walton, Bay, Gulf, and Pasco counties, with “medium” concentrations occurring only in Bay County.
  • On the East CoastK. brevis was observed in or offshore of St. Lucie, Martin, Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties. “High” concentrations were observed at one site in Palm Beach County, and “medium” concentrations occurred in St. Lucie, Martin, Palm Beach counties and in and offshore of Miami-Dade County.

Fish Kills
In Southwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for locations in or offshore of Pinellas, Manatee, and Sarasota counties. In Northwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Okaloosa, Walton, Bay, and Gulf counties. Along the East Coast of Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties.

Respiratory Irritation
Respiratory irritation was reported in Southwest Florida (in Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota and Lee counties), in Northwest Florida (in Escambia and Okaloosa counties), and along the East Coast of Florida (in Broward County) over the past week.

Forecast
Forecasts by the USF-FWC Collaboration for Prediction of Red TidesExternal Website for Pasco to northern Monroe counties predict a reversal from northern to southern transport of surface waters and net southeastern movement of subsurface waters for most areas over the next three days. Three-day forecasts for Northwest Florida predict net western transport of surface waters and minimal net movement of subsurface waters from Escambia to western Gulf counties.

The next complete red tide status report will be posted on Friday, October 12th.

Red Tide Status Map (October 10, 2018)

Statewide Red Tide Counts October 2 through October 9, 2018
View a larger map Adobe PDF (October 10, 2018)

To see detailed information on this week's samples, view the current Statewide Google Earth map for October 10, 2018External Website

By using Google Earth, you can zoom in to specific locations and click on stations to see detailed information, including sample date and cell concentration. You must have Google Earth installed on your computer to view this map; the software can be downloaded from the Google Earth websiteExternal Website.

Archived status maps can be found in our Flickr galleryExternal Website. Previous regional status reports and maps can be found on our red tide resources page.

 

Latest Red Tide Status Report Available by Phone
Call 866-300-9399 at any time from anywhere in Florida to hear a recording about red tide conditions throughout the state. Callers outside of Florida can dial 727-552-2448. Standard calling charges apply.

Reports are updated on Friday afternoon except during holidays, in which case the report will be released on the closest day. Additional information, if available, is provided on Wednesday afternoon. To receive an e-mail when the current status has been updated, visit our subscription area.

Additional Information
For additional information about red tide and the current red tide bloom, including information on how to report a fish kill or other wildlife effects, consult health authorities about human exposure, or locate other resources, visit our Red Tide-Related Hotlines and Information Sources article.


Blue-Green Algae Bloom Information
Additional information regarding the current status of algal blooms in South Florida is being consolidated and posted on the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s website: https://floridadep.gov/dear/algal-bloomExternal Website.


 

DescriptionKarenia breviscells/literPossible Effects (K. brevis only)
NOT PRESENT - BACKGROUND background levels of 1,000 cells or less None anticipated
VERY LOW >1,000 to 10,000 Possible respiratory irritation; shellfish harvesting closures > 5,000 cells/L
LOW >10,000 to 100,000 Respiratory irritation, possible fish kills and bloom chlorophyll probably detected by satellites at upper limits
MEDIUM >100,000 to 1,000,000 Respiratory irritation and probable fish kills
HIGH >1,000,000

As above plus discoloration



 

Red Tide Report (Update)

Red Tide Mid-Week Update for October 3, 2018

Current Conditions
A bloom of the Florida red tide organism, Karenia brevis, persists in Southwest Florida and extends along ~135 miles of coastline, from northern Pinellas to northern Collier counties, and offshore (10 miles or more). A patchy bloom of K. brevis continues in Northwest Florida. A bloom of K. brevis was also observed on Florida’s East Coast for the first time this past week. Additional details are provided below.

  • Over the past week in Southwest FloridaK. brevis concentrations generally decreased in areas of Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee and Collier counties, creating patchier bloom conditions along the coast. Observations of >1,000,000 K. brevis cells per liter (“high” concentrations) occurred in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Sarasota, and Lee counties and >10 miles offshore of Hillsborough County, but at fewer sites relative to last week.
  • In Northwest FloridaK. brevis was observed in or offshore of Okaloosa, Walton, Bay, Gulf, and Pasco counties, with up to “medium” concentrations observed in Bay County and offshore of Walton County.  
  • On the East CoastK. brevis was observed in St. Lucie, Martin and Palm Beach counties; up to “medium” concentrations occurred only in and offshore of Palm Beach County.

Fish Kills
In Southwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for multiple locations in Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee and Collier counties. In Northwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for areas in and/or offshore of Okaloosa, Walton, Bay, Gulf and Franklin counties. Along the East Coast of Florida, reports of fish kills were received for St. Lucie and Palm Beach counties.

Respiratory Irritation
Respiratory irritation was reported in Southwest Florida (in Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Lee and Collier counties) and along the East Coast of Florida (in Palm Beach and St. Lucie counties) over the past week.

Forecast
Forecasts by the USF-FWC Collaboration for Prediction of Red TidesExternal Website for Pinellas to northern Monroe counties predict northwestern transport of surface waters and net southeastern movement of subsurface waters for most areas over the next three days. Three-day forecasts for Northwest Florida predict minimal net transport of surface waters and northeastern movement of subsurface waters from Escambia to western Gulf counties. Forecasts for Pasco County predict northwestern transport of surface waters and eastern movement of subsurface waters over the next 3 days.

The next complete red tide status report will be posted on Friday, October 5th.

Red Tide Status Map (October 3, 2018)
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View a larger map Adobe PDF (October 3, 2018)

To see detailed information on this week's samples, view the current Statewide Google Earth map for October 3, 2018External Website

By using Google Earth, you can zoom in to specific locations and click on stations to see detailed information, including sample date and cell concentration. You must have Google Earth installed on your computer to view this map; the software can be downloaded from the Google Earth websiteExternal Website.

Archived status maps can be found in our Flickr galleryPrevious regional status reports and maps can be found on our red tide resources page.

 

Latest Red Tide Status Report Available by Phone
Call 866-300-9399 at any time from anywhere in Florida to hear a recording about red tide conditions throughout the state. Callers outside of Florida can dial 727-552-2448. Standard calling charges apply.

Reports are updated on Friday afternoon except during holidays, in which case the report will be released on the closest day. Additional information, if available, is provided on Wednesday afternoon. To receive an e-mail when the current status has been updated, visit our subscription area.

Additional Information
For additional information about red tide and the current red tide bloom, including information on how to report a fish kill or other wildlife effects, consult health authorities about human exposure, or locate other resources, visit our Red Tide-Related Hotlines and Information Sources article.


Blue-Green Algae Bloom Information
Additional information regarding the current status of algal blooms in South Florida is being consolidated and posted on the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s website: https://floridadep.gov/dear/algal-bloom.


 

DescriptionKarenia breviscells/literPossible Effects (K. brevis only)
NOT PRESENT - BACKGROUND background levels of 1,000 cells or less None anticipated
VERY LOW >1,000 to 10,000 Possible respiratory irritation; shellfish harvesting closures > 5,000 cells/L
LOW >10,000 to 100,000 Respiratory irritation, possible fish kills and bloom chlorophyll probably detected by satellites at upper limits
MEDIUM >100,000 to 1,000,000 Respiratory irritation and probable fish kills
HIGH >1,000,000

As above plus discoloration



 

Red Tide Report (Update)

Red Tide Status Update for September 28, 2018

Weekly Change September 22 to 28
 

Current Conditions
A bloom of the Florida red tide organism, Karenia brevis, persists in Southwest Florida and extends along ~130 miles of coastline, from northern Pinellas to southern Lee counties, and extends offshore (10 miles or more). A patchy bloom of K. brevis also continues in Northwest Florida. Additional details are provided below.

Over the past week in Southwest Florida, K. brevis concentrations generally decreased in areas of Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte and Collier counties, creating patchier bloom conditions along the coast. Observations of >1,000,000 K. brevis cells per liter (“high” concentrations) occurred in Manatee, Sarasota, and Lee counties and >10 miles offshore of Hillsborough County, but at fewer sites relative to last week. In Northwest Florida, K. brevis was observed in or offshore of Walton, Bay, Gulf, and Pasco counties, with up to “medium” concentrations observed in Bay and Gulf counties. Relative to last week, cell counts increased in areas of Bay County and decreased in Okaloosa County.

  • In Southwest Florida over the past week, K. brevis was observed at background to medium concentrations in or offshore of Pinellas County, low to high concentrations offshore of Hillsborough County, background to high concentrations in Manatee County, background to high concentrations in or offshore of Sarasota County, background to medium concentrations in Charlotte County, background to high concentrations in or offshore of Lee County, and low concentrations in Collier County. For additional information, view the southwest coast report Adobe PDF and map Adobe PDF

  • In Northwest Florida over the past week, K. brevis was observed at very low concentrations offshore of Walton County, low to medium concentrations in Bay County, background to medium concentrations in Gulf County, and background to very low concentrations in or offshore of Pasco County. For additional information, view the northwest coast report Adobe PDF and map Adobe PDF.

  • Samples collected along the east coast of Florida over the past week did not contain K. brevis. For additional information, view the East Coast report Adobe PDF and map Adobe PDF.

Fish Kills
In Southwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for multiple locations in and/or offshore of Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee and Collier counties. In Northwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Walton, Bay and Gulf counties. More detailed information is available at http://myfwc.com/fishkill.

Respiratory Irritation
Respiratory irritation was reported in Southwest Florida (in Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Lee, and Collier counties). Respiratory irritation was not reported in Northwest Florida over the past week. For additional information, view the Southwest Coast report Adobe PDF.

Forecast
Forecasts by the USF-FWC Collaboration for Prediction of Red TidesExternal Website for Pinellas to northern Monroe counties predict net northwestern movement of surface waters and southeastern transport of subsurface waters for most areas over the next three days. Three-day forecasts for Northwest Florida predict net southeastern transport of surface waters and northeastern movement of subsurface waters from Escambia to western Gulf counties. Forecasts for Pasco County predict net northwestern transport at the surface and eastern movement of subsurface waters over the next 3 days.

Red Tide Status Map (September 28, 2018)
Statewide Red Tide Counts September 20 through 27, 2018
View a larger map Adobe PDF (September 28, 2018)

To see detailed information on this week's samples, view the current Statewide Google Earth map for September 28, 2018External Website

By using Google Earth, you can zoom in to specific locations and click on stations to see detailed information, including sample date and cell concentration. You must have Google Earth installed on your computer to view this map; the software can be downloaded from the Google Earth websiteExternal Website

Archived status maps can be found in our Flickr gallery.

Latest Red Tide Status Report Available by Phone
Call 866-300-9399 at any time from anywhere in Florida to hear a recording about red tide conditions throughout the state. Callers outside of Florida can dial 727-552-2448. Standard calling charges apply.

Reports are updated on Friday afternoon except during holidays, in which case the report will be released on the closest day. Additional information, if available, is provided on Wednesday afternoon. To receive an e-mail when the current status has been updated, visit our subscription area.

Additional Information
For additional information about red tide and the current red tide bloom, including information on how to report a fish kill or other wildlife effects, consult health authorities about human exposure, or locate other resources, visit our Red Tide-Related Hotlines and Information Sources article.


Blue-Green Algae Bloom Information
Additional information regarding the current status of algal blooms in South Florida is being consolidated and posted on the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s website: https://floridadep.gov/dear/algal-bloom.


 

DescriptionKarenia breviscells/literPossible Effects (K. brevis only)
NOT PRESENT - BACKGROUND background levels of 1,000 cells or less None anticipated
VERY LOW >1,000 to 10,000 Possible respiratory irritation; shellfish harvesting closures > 5,000 cells/L
LOW >10,000 to 100,000 Respiratory irritation, possible fish kills and bloom chlorophyll probably detected by satellites at upper limits
MEDIUM >100,000 to 1,000,000 Respiratory irritation and probable fish kills
HIGH >1,000,000

As above plus discoloration


Red Tide Report (Update)

Red Tide Mid-Week Update for September 26, 2018

Current Conditions
A bloom of the Florida red tide organism, Karenia brevis, persists in Southwest Florida and extends along ~135 miles of coastline, from northern Pinellas to northern Collier counties, and extends offshore (10 miles or more). A patchy bloom of K. brevis continues in Northwest Florida. Additional details are provided below.

In Southwest Florida, K. brevis concentrations generally increased in Sarasota and Lee counties over the past week. Observations of >1,000,000 K. brevis cells per liter (“high” concentrations) occurred in Southwest Florida over the past week, in and/or offshore of Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, and Lee counties and >20 miles offshore of Collier County. In Northwest Florida, K. brevis concentrations generally decreased in Bay and Pasco counties and increased in Gulf County; “medium” concentrations were observed from eastern Bay through Gulf counties.

In Southwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for multiple locations in and/or offshore of Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee and Collier counties. In Northwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received for Walton, Bay and Gulf counties. Respiratory irritation was reported in Southwest Florida (in Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Lee and Collier counties) and in Northwest Florida (in Gulf County).

Three-day forecasts by USF-FWC Collaboration for Prediction of Red TidesExternal Website for Pinellas County predict variable currents with net southern movement of surface waters and southeastern transport of subsurface waters. Forecasts for Manatee to northern Monroe counties predict net southwestern movement of surface waters and southeastern transport of subsurface waters over the next three days. Forecasts for Northwest Florida predict net eastern transport of surface waters and northeastern movement of subsurface waters from Escambia to Gulf counties.

The next complete red tide status report will be posted on Friday, September 28th.

Southwest Coast Red Tide Status Map (September 26, 2018)
Southwest Coast Red Tide Counts September 18 through 25, 2018
View a larger map Adobe PDF (September 26, 2018) 

 

Northwest Coast Red Tide Status Map (September 26, 2018)
Northwest Coast Red Tide Counts September 18 through 25, 2018
View a larger map Adobe PDF (September 26, 2018)


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