UF/IFAS surveying marine-oriented industries in Southwest Florida

Carlos R. Munoz
 
| Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Before there was COVID-19, a Florida red tide outbreak crushed local tourism for more than a year. The toxic algae drove off tourists with its noxious smell, that unpleasant aroma only compounded by the tons of dead fish that washed up onto Southwest Florida beaches for more than 150 miles.

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