IAEA & Harmful Algal Bloom
Features: Harmful Algal Bloom
Red Tides, Red Tape Cloud Life at Sea
9 July 2004 : Mario Luis, Russie Luengo and millions of fishermen in Chile and other coastal countries are facing cloudy futures. Their nemesis is "red tides" - frightening code words for harmful algae the sea tides bring that can poison shellfish and other seafood, taking it off the market until deemed to be safe. Full Story »
- Part 1: Chile Casts Off Toxic Tides
- Part 2: The Fishermen of Chiloé
- Part 3: The Scientists of Santiago
- Part 4: The Algae´s Toxic Brews
Featured Story: Chile's Toxic Tides
Stories From the Field
- Chile Casts off Toxic Tides,
In a series of reports, the IAEA´s Kirstie Hansen explores the effects of red tide and the road of red tape, highlighting how Chile´s fishing communities have joined the battle.
- Getting to the Bottom of Algal Blooms: Nuclear Methods Target Toxins,
In a report from the Philippines, IAEA´s David Kinley takes a close-up look at action being taken in the village of Bolinao.