FWRI's harmful algal bloom (HAB) scientists investigate and monitor
Florida red tide and other HABs in coastal and estuarine waters
around the state. Researchers also study how HABs affect natural
resources and human health. Read about HAB research, current and
past projects, and publications by FWRI's HAB scientists.
HAB scientists use state-of-the-art microscopic and technical
equipment to study the taxonomy, ecology, toxicology, and genetics
of Florida red tide and other harmful algae.
FWRI's HAB researchers work to improve the scientific understanding
of harmful algal blooms in coastal and estuarine environments. Read
about some of the research projects currently in progress.
FWRI's HAB scientists have conducted numerous research projects in
support of the study of harmful algal blooms and their effects.
Read about some of these past projects.
The harmful algal bloom (HAB) group at FWRI publishes and presents
information and research about red tide and other harmful algal
blooms. View products and publications from red tide studies and