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2014 Kachemak Bay Research Reserve spring newsletter

June 3, 2014

One of the unique features at the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve is the Harmful Algal Bloom program, which monitors marine phytoplankton to detect changes in abundance and species composition. This information, when coupled with environmental conditions, may be used to forecast bloom events. The Harmful Algal Bloom program and what we have learned about Kachemak Bay phytoplankton happens because of the dedicated efforts of our community-based monitors. In this issue, I invite you to learn more about phytoplankton blooms in Kachemak Bay and the excellent work of these volunteers. Click here for the 2014 spring edition of the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve’s quarterly newsletter. Enjoy!

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