Florida Red Tide: What we are doing now

Back by popular demand, the third annual Red Tide Forum will provide updates of ongoing research projects and mitigation efforts. 
While Karenia brevis is native to the Gulf of Mexico and unlikely to disappear entirely, there is significant demand and potential to use science-based control and mitigation techniques to reduce its impacts. Hear from our panel of experts as to the progress being made at the forefront of red tide research.


Featured Speakers:




Dr. Cynthia Heil
Director of the Red Tide Institute
Manager of HAB Mitigation & Ecology Program
Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium







Dr. Richard Pierce
Senior Scientist - Ecotoxicology
Associate Vice President for Research
Directorate of Environmental Health and Ocean Technology
Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium








Dr. Robert Weisberg
Co-Director of the Coastal Ocean Modeling and Prediction System, COMPS
Professor - Physical Oceanography
University of South Florida
College of Marine Science





Please join the Barrier Island Parks Society and Mote Marine Laboratory for the 2021 Virtual Red Tide Forum.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021, at 2 p.m. EDT

Register here