Learn more about red tide by watching these brief videos, products of the FWC-Mote cooperative red tide program.


Red tide video FWRI

Florida Red Tide

This video was developed by Ringling College of Art and Design students Hunter Caraway and Zhao Quan, as part of the FWC and Mote Marine Lab Red Tide Cooperative Program. 

 

Red tide video

Red Tide and You!

This video was created by Ringling students Rebecca Parham, Brittany Godwin, Christine Kim and Autumn Fritsch, as part of the FWC and Mote Marine Lab Red Tide Cooperative Program. 



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