This HABHRCA report assesses the problem of hypoxia in our Nation’s coastal ocean and estuarine waters.
This HABHRCA report describes the nature of HABs in U.S. marine waters and reviews major advances in research over the last decade.
This HABHRCA report describes the HAB problem, Federal actions
to predict and respond to HAB events, and presents a plan to enhance these capabilities and reduce the impacts of HABs on humans and the environment.
Harmful Algal Bloom Research, Development, Demonstration, and Technology Transfer National Workshop Report, 2008
This HAB community workshop report focuses on priorities for improving critical infrastructure, for developing and implementing prevention, control, and mitigation strategies, and for improving “rapid” event response capabilities.
This HABHRCA report assesses the state of knowledge on Freshwater HABs in the U.S. and sets research priorities to work towards reducing impacts of these events.
The 2005 National Plan for Algal Toxins and Harmful Algal Blooms
A multi-agency plan for human dimensions research critical to reduce impacts of HABs
A research plan for HAB prevention, control, and mitigation published by NOAA Sea Grant in 2001
A report mandated by the original HABHRCA legislation to assess HABs in U.S. waters
A NOAA Coastal Ocean Program Decision Analysis Series on options for HAB PCM published in 1997.
A national research agenda that served as the basis for the ECOHAB program, published in 1995.
The first National Plan for HABs, published in 1993, which served as the foundation for the development of numerous research programs and for the advancement of scientific knowledge on HABs and their impacts.
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