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Responding to a sargassum influx. [poster]
(Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute., Marathon, FL, 2018)
If sargassum appears on your beach, what you do next can be good or bad for the beach and business. Important lessons have been learned.
Prevention and clean-up of Sargassum in the Dutch Caribbean.
(Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance, Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean, 2019)
In 2011, the shores of several Caribbean islands and West African countries were inundated by unprecedented quantities of pelagic sargassum. Since then, influxes of this golden-brown seaweed have become a recurrent event ...
Fact-finding Survey Regarding the Influx and Impacts of Sargassum Seaweed in the Caribbean Region: final report.
(Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism and Japan International Cooperation Agency, Belize, 2019)
The Caribbean region has suffered a sudden increase in the influx of Sargassum seaweed since 2011, and several countries in the region have requested support to the Government of Japan and the Japan International Cooperation ...
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 ...