General Information

Event name: US-11-029
Country: UNITED STATES
Nature of the harmful event:
Water Discoloration , High Phyto concentration
Event directly affected:
Toxicity detected: No
Associated syndrome:
Unexplained toxicity:
Species implicated in toxin transmission (transvector):
Report the outcome of a monitoring programme: Yes (SCDHS for South Shore Estuary Reserve Program)
Event occurred before in this location: Yes (recurring bloom from 1986 to 2002, 2007 to 2011)
Individuals to contact: BLASI, Philip de

Location & Date

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General location information: Suffolk County, New York, Soth SHore Estuary, Moriches Bay
HAB Area code(s): US-08
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Microalgae

Causative organism known: Yes
Causative Species/Genus: Aureococcus anophagefferens (2,767,236 cells/L)
At station 080190 in Moriches Bay on 6-16-11
Co-Ocurring Species/Genus:
Chlorophyll concentration, if known: 36.2 µg/l
Additional bloom information:
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Environmental Conditions

Weather: Partly cloudy Turbidity (NTU): Wind direction: S
Stratified water: Yes Oxygen content (nL/L): 10.2 Wind velocity: 0-5 mph
Temperature (°C): 22.3 Oxygen saturation %: Current Direction:
Sechhi disk (m): Salinity: 27.7 Current Velocity:
Nutrient information:
Temperature Range During Event: Max: 26.4 °C, Min: 10.1 °C
Salinity Range During Event: Max: 30.5, Min: 25.4
Bloom location in the water column: Whole column
Growth:
Growth Comments
Additional Environmental information: WIthin the periods of bloom (June 16-29, Sept 29- Nov 3, 2011) D.O. ranged from 6.5 to 10.2 mL/L and secchi depths ranged from 1.0 to 13.0

Toxin Assay Information

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Created at 06:37 on 25 Jun 2012
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