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Mote Marine Laboratory

Sensory Event at the Mote Aquarium

The Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium is hosting an event tomorrow for people who have different sensory processing abilities.

Manatee deaths on the rise in Florida, partially due to toxic red tide algae

In first 8 months of year, manatee death toll surpasses 2017 By TAMARA LUSH, Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — This year hasn’t been a good one for the Florida manatee. According to state wildlife...
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Future of Sarasota’s red tide depends on winds

Sarasota and Manatee Counties are experiencing a red tide bloom, but it’s not certain yet whether it will become severe or spread to the north or south — a lot depends on weather. For an...
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Hot 2015 leads to coral bleaching in Florida Keys

This summer’s record-breaking heat has led to a predictable outcome: there’s a serious coral bleaching episode in the Florida Keys. Mote Marine Laboratory coral health and disease program manager Erinn Muller says the current bleaching...
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Florida scientists warn about ocean acidification

There are at least three major ways that skyrocketing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are affecting the oceans and species, like humans, that depend on them; you probably already know about soaring temperatures...

Colleague remembers Mote’s “Shark Lady,” Eugenie Clark

Colleague remembers Mote's "Shark Lady," Eugenie Clark
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Florida red tide algae fueled by several nutrient sources: Mote scientist

Florida red tide algae fueled by several nutrient sources: Mote scientist
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Warm waters causing widespread bleaching in Florida corals

Warm waters causing widespread bleaching in Florida corals

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