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Learning and Memory Difficulties After Environmental Exposure to Waterways Containing Toxin-Producing Pfiesteria or Pfiesteria-Like Dinoflagellates, Lynn Grattan et al., The Lancet, Aug. 15, 1998, pp. 532-9.

Marine Ecosystems: Emerging Diseases As Indicators of Change, Health Ecological and Economic Dimensions of Global Change Program, Paul Epstein (Harvard University), principal investigator.

Turning Back the Harmful Red Tide, Donald Anderson, Nature Aug. 7, 1997, pp. 513-4.

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Antibiotic resistance

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Counting bacteria

Deformed frogs

El Niño

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Yahoo!' does marine biology.

Coral reef ecology at University of Charleston.

This web-cam ogles a reef in Coral Gables.

Thinking globally? So is Reef Relief.

OH, WOW! It's the Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds.

Primer on the harmful algae.

More harmful algal bloom and marine toxin info from Northwest Fisheries Science Center.

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