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Sargassum Fact Sheet.
(Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute., Marathon, FL, 2015)
During 2011, massive quantities of pelagic sargassum occurred throughout the Caribbean, impacting aquatic resources, fisheries, shorelines, waterways, and tourism. A similar event occurred in 2014 and continues in 2015. ...
Best Practices for Determining Volumetric Data of Fresh Sargassum Wracks.
(Texas A&M University Galveston Campus (TAMUG), Galvaston, TX, 2015)
The purpose of this procedure is to identify the best practices for measuring and quantifying the size of Sargassum wracks, or piles of beached “seaweed” as it is often referred to, found along the coastlines surrounding ...
Slow Pyrolysis as a Method for the Destruction of Japanese Wireweed, Sargassum muticum.
Japanese wireweed, Sargassum muticum is an invasive species to Great Britain, which might be controlled by harvesting it for energy and chemicals. Pyrolysis is the thermal decomposition of the organic components of dry ...
Sargassum: a Resource Guide for the Caribbean.
(Caribbean Alliance for Sustainable Tourism (CAST) and Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association, Coral Gables, FL, 2015)
The Guide is intended to serveas an initial resourcefor the Caribbean, in particular to inform the tourism industry, local governments, environmental groups and residents about Sargassum seaweed, its impact and ...