Sargassum Sub-regional Outlook Bulletin March 2021

Sargassum influx events will be moderate to severe over the next 3 months (March - May 2021)

Pre-announcement: 2nd Joint Call for Projects on Causes of Sargassum Blooms

This call for projects aims to provide pragmatic solutions to the sargassum stranding and enrich the knowledge on this phenomenon that affects more particularly the islands of the Caribbean.

UN Environment Programme White Paper and Briefs Available!

The United Nations Environment Programme has published a white paper and briefs for a variety of audiences on Sargassum. Check them out!

Call for contributions for a Special Issue on Sargassum

In this Special Virtual Issue (SVI), we accept manuscripts on biology, taxonomy, ecophysiology, compounds, ecotoxicology and ecology of all Sargassum species.

Publication alert! Monitoring pelagic Sargassum inundation potential for coastal communities

Pelagic Sargassum is a buoyant macroalgae that forms rafts at the ocean surface and serves as a biologically rich habitat for hundreds of diverse marine species. Since 2011, massive blooms of Sargassum have occurred in the tropical Atlantic and swept through the western tropical Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico.
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