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309 results for Year 2002

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EVENT NAME

SYNDROME

YEAR

LOCATION (REGION, COUNTRY)

CL-02-002
PSP
2002
Augusta Island (San Blas Channel, Chile)
LV-02-005

2002
Central part of the Gulf of Riga (Gulf of Riga, Latvia., Latvia)
PT-02-003
ASP
2002
Lisboa-Setúbal Bays. (Central part of NW coast., Portugal)
ES-02-001
DSP
2002
Ría de Ribadeo, Estuary of Foz, Ría de O Barq (Galicia, NW Spain., Spain)
NL-02-001

2002
South to North (Dutch Coastal Zone, Netherlands)
NL-02-002
DSP
2002
Waddenzee (Oosterom, Netherlands)
US-02-008

2002
Eastern Moriches Bay, Quantuck Bay and wester (New York., United States)
US-02-009
NSP
2002
Florida east coast. (Florida., United States)
US-02-009
Aerosolized toxins effects
2002
Florida east coast. (Florida., United States)
US-02-010
NSP
2002
Florida Panhandle (Florida, Gulf of Mexico., United States)
US-02-010
Aerosolized toxins effects
2002
Florida Panhandle (Florida, Gulf of Mexico., United States)
US-02-011
NSP
2002
Southwest Florida. (Florida, Gulf of Mexico., United States)
US-02-011
Aerosolized toxins effects
2002
Southwest Florida. (Florida, Gulf of Mexico., United States)
US-02-012
OTHER
2002
Indian River Lagoon. (Florida, SE USA., United States)
US-02-013

2002
New River Estuary. (North Carolina., United States)
US-02-014
PSP
2002
Western Maine. (Maine., United States)
US-02-015
ASP
2002
Clatsop Beaches and central beaches. (Oregon., United States)
US-02-016
PSP
2002
Southern most beaches. (Oregon, Pacific NW, USA., United States)
US-02-017
NSP
2002
Corpus Christi Bay system along the Texas Gul (Texas, ASW., United States)
US-02-017
Aerosolized toxins effects
2002
Corpus Christi Bay system along the Texas Gul (Texas, ASW., United States)
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