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UNESCO Harmful Algae News NO.67

Beatriz,Reguera; Eileen, Bresnan

  • SHIOHIGARI and PSP toxins in Japan: Initiatives to save traditional recreational clamming, Kazumi Wakita.................1
  • HABs and the Mixoplankton Paradigm, Aditee Mitra & Kevin Flynn.……………………………………………………….... 4
  • Tiny cells with a big impact: An unexpected bloom in the mid-Atlantic, Lucie Maranda, Jan Rines, Jessica Carney, Jerome Prezioso & Kimberly Hyde ……………………..………………..............................................................................7
  • First report of an Ansanella granifera bloom in Cuban waters, Caribbean region, Angel R Moreira-González, Carlos M Alonso-Hernández, Gustavo Arencibia-Carballo, Abel Betanzos-Vega, Steve L Morton & Mindy L Richlen.................10 
  • First report of Dolichospermum spiroides blooms in a man-made lake in Sarawak, Borneo, Sing Tung Teng, Sujah Ravichandran, Nursyahida Abdullah, Afiqah Hamilton-Hanafih, Hong Chang Lim & Ing Kuo Law ……………………..12
  • An online platform (GEE App) for Chlorophyll-a and Trophic State Index monitoring of inland waters in Latin America, Felipe Lobo, Gustavo Nagel, Daniel Maciel, Lino Carvalho………………………………………………………................13
  • Remote sensing to describe recurrent cyanoHABs in Patos Lagoon southern, Brazil, Beatriz Canever, Márcio de Souza, João Yunes, Felipe Lobo & Eliana Klering……………………………………………………………...……………..14
  • Blooms of Akashiwo sanguinea (Dinophyceae) in a tropical estuary in northeastern Brazil, Pietro Martins Barbosa-Noga & Doriedson Ferreira Gomes……………………………………………………………………………………….….….16
  • Can artisan fishermen help to prevent HABs intoxication? A science communication project in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Raquel AF Neves, Júlia Torres, Nathália Rodrigues, Clarissa Naveira & Luciano N Santos………….………................18
  • 8th Meeting of the IOCARIBE-ANCA Working Group, José Ernesto Mancera Pineda & Edgar Arteaga….………........20
  • Aotearoa/New Zealand – Japan collaboration strengthened through HAB research at Cawthron Institute, Lesley L Rhodes & Kirsty F Smith ………………………..………………………………………………………………………………..21
  • International Plankton Intercalibration, Rafael Gallardo-Salas………………….………………………….…………….…..22
  • ISSHA’s Corner, Vera Trainer…………………………………………………….......………………………………………….23
  • In memoriam María Esther Meave del Castillo, David U Hernández-Becerril & María Eugenia Zamudio Resén……...24
  • Leif Bolding retires……………………………………….……………………………………………......………………………25
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