Contact: Glenn Harris
University of Southampton
Caption: A photo of red tide in Empress Dock, Southampton. A red tide is a term often used to describe a discolouration of estuarine or coastal waters caused by a proliferation or ‘bloom’ of microscopic algae. These are often red in colour but can be other colours, such as green, brown, yellow etc.
Credit: University of Southampton
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