Reclamations and red tides
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Land reclamations along coastal areas and the occurrence of red tides are usually associated. Reclamations often result in red tides. Reclamations change the direction of long-shore currents along coastal areas and often create areas with relatively stagnant waters. Conditions of high temperatures and sudden rainfall after a prolonged dry season are ripe for the development of red tides.
Alcala, A. (2016, January 06). Reclamations and red tides. Malaya, p. B5.
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