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Red Tide Causes Glow-In-The-Dark Blue Waves On San Diego Beaches (VIDEOS)

Find a dark spot on the San Diego County coastline after night falls and you might be be treated to a spectacular neon blue light show. Bioluminescent waves, which glow a vivid blue as they crash ashore, have been dazzling.

California Department of Fish and Game officials said the mass die-off was caused by an unusual and virulent red tide. "It is an unprecedented event," said Ian Taniguchi, the senior marine biologist for fish and game. "It's definitely going to affect

It's red! No, it's blue! No, it's an overgrowth of bacteria off the coast of San Diegowait, what? Recently beach-goers in Del Mar and near Solana.

A Mote Marine microscope slide shows red tide, which can kill fish and make humans cough. (Herald-Tribune archive) By Kate Spinner ENGLEWOOD – A small patch of red tide near Manasota Key has not ruined any beach days, but that might change if it does

If you're in the right place on the right tide, it can seem like redfish soup through much of the month. By FRANK SARGEANT | The Tampa Tribune There are channel bass — ie redfish — along Florida's west coast year-round, but there's no month when they

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Posted by - October 2, 2011 at 9:51 am

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Red tide glows blue along the San Diego coast (photo)

If you've ever been to the City of Brotherly Love, one of the things that you might notice is there are alot of cafe's in Philadelphia! Only in a cafe.

California Department of Fish and Game officials said the mass die-off was caused by an unusual and virulent red tide. "It is an unprecedented event," said Ian Taniguchi, the senior marine biologist for fish and game. "It's definitely going to affect

By Elizabeth Flock Along the San Diego coastline, after night falls, look closely and you might see a neon, purplish-blue light out in the ocean, an effect of the phenomenon of the “red tide.” Bioluminescent phytoplankton create their own light during

The presence of red tide in the Brownsville Ship Channel was confirmed by a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department ecologist on Thursday. Willy Cupit, a TPWD coastal ecologist based in Brownsville with the coastal fisheries division, said he'd

By David Sikes COASTAL BEND — Biologists on Thursday measured low concentrations of red tide algae cells in Corpus Christi Bay and between the jetties at Port Aransas. Local concentrations of the toxic algae midday Thursday were too low to kill fish

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