The ECOHAB: Florida program is part of a national, coordinated study of regional harmful algal blooms in the United States.

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ECOHAB: Florida Mission Statement (53 KB)
The ECOHAB program was developed to focus on the ecological aspects of harmful algal bloom research.

ECOHAB: Florida Project Goals (33 KB)
The goal of ECOHAB: Florida is to investigate harmful algal blooms in the Gulf of Mexico. Specific research concentrates on the life cycle, bloom dynamics, and environmental effects of Karenia brevis, Florida's red tide organism.

ECOHAB: Florida Project Milestones (45 KB)
Expected accomplishments for each year of the ECOHAB: Florida project are presented here.

ECOHAB: Florida Project Scientists (242 KB)
Meet the ECOHAB project scientists.

ECOHAB and Related Papers (93 KB)
Check here for citations for papers and presentations by ECOHAB: Florida researchers.

1997 Proposal (304 KB)
The 1997 ECOHAB: Florida proposal was submitted for funding through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Coastal Ocean Program.

1998 Proposal (159 KB)
The 1998 ECOHAB: Florida proposal was submitted for funding through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 1998.

Abstracts from the Symposium on Harmful Marine Algae in the U.S. (93 KB)
The Symposium on Harmful Marine Algae in the U.S. was held December 5-9, 2000, in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. These abstracts are from the ECOHAB: Florida session of the conference.



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