General Information

Event name: SE-02-001
Country: SWEDEN
Nature of the harmful event:
Water Discoloration , High Phyto concentration
Event directly affected:
Toxicity detected: No
Associated syndrome: Cyanobacterial toxins effects
Unexplained toxicity:
Species implicated in toxin transmission (transvector):
Report the outcome of a monitoring programme: Yes (Baltic Algae Wathc System - satellkite observations)
Event occurred before in this location: Yes
Individuals to contact: KARLSON, Bengt

Location & Date

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Location: Latitude: , Longitude:
General location information: The Baltic Proper,
HAB Area code(s): SE-03 SE-04 SE-05
Additional location information: Offshore surface scums of cyanobacteria observed using satellite.
Bloom event dates (yyyy/mm/dd): Event Date:2002-07-15
Quarantine levels dates (yyyy/mm/dd):
Additional date-related information: Exact date not determined when entering data.

Microalgae

Causative organism known: Yes
Causative Species/Genus: Aphanizomenon flos-aquae ( cells/L)
Identified by microscopy when water samples were analysed
Nodularia spumigena ( cells/L)
Identified by microscopy when water samples were analysed
Co-Ocurring Species/Genus:
Chlorophyll concentration, if known: µg/l
Additional bloom information:
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Environmental Conditions

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Toxin Assay Information

Species containing the toxin Toxin type Toxin details Max. concentration Assay type
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Created at 02:16 on 29 Jun 2018
Updated at 03:18 on 29 Jun 2018
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