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NOWCAST NEWS AND NOTES UNUSUA L WIN D AND CURRENTS water s that cause huma n illness continually updatin g the model as BRING IN RED TIDE an d death. new data were received. The scientists collected samples "The 2005 bloo m was big, much This summer, shellfish beds from Main e to Cape Cod were closed at 160 stations along a series of larger in fact tha n the last outbreak e to the largest outbreak of red transect s fro m Massachusetts Bay 12 year s ago, and much more du tide in at least 12 years in Massa- nort h to th e Bay of Fundy. Samples widespread," says Anderson . "This chusetts Bay. Using new molecular were then analyzed in the ship's was an unusual event." technique s and oceanographic laborator y using a novel method Althoug h the reasons are still models , scientists studied the called a sandwich hybridization unclear , Anderson and McGil- algae that causes these red tides assay. McGillicuddy fed the bio- licuddy say the current outbreak to provide information to coastal logical observations and informa- coul d reflect a numbe r of con- managers. tion about ocean conditions into vergin http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Abstract

NEWS AND NOTES UNUSUA L WIN D AND CURRENTS water s that cause huma n illness continually updatin g the model as BRING IN RED TIDE an d death. new data were received. The scientists collected samples "The 2005 bloo m was big, much This summer, shellfish beds from Main e to Cape Cod were closed at 160 stations along a series of larger in fact tha n the last outbreak e to the largest outbreak of red transect s fro m Massachusetts Bay 12 year s ago, and much more du tide in at least 12 years in Massa- nort h to th e Bay of Fundy. Samples widespread," says Anderson . "This chusetts Bay. Using new molecular were then analyzed in the ship's was an unusual event." technique s and oceanographic laborator y using a novel method Althoug h the reasons are still models , scientists studied the called a sandwich hybridization unclear , Anderson and McGil- algae that causes these red tides assay. McGillicuddy fed the bio- licuddy say the current outbreak to provide information to coastal logical observations and informa- coul d reflect a numbe r of con- managers. tion about ocean conditions into vergin

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Published: Sep 1, 2005

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