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An unprecedented coastwide toxic algal bloom linked to anomalous ocean conditions

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The paper addresses a significant ocean feature, toxic algal blooms, and relates that to climate variability and variability in circulation. It does a nice job in combining physical, chemical, and biological oceanography on a societal relevant theme. 

Ocean conditions contributed to unprecedented 2015 toxic algal bloom

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WASHINGTON, DC — A new study connects the unprecedented West Coast toxic algal bloom of 2015 that closed fisheries from southern California to northern British Columbia to the unusually warm ocean conditions — nicknamed “the blob” — in winter and spring of that year….more

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