A toxic dinoflagellate bloom and PSP production associated with upwelling in Golfo Nuevo, Patagonia, Argentina

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In 1980 Paralytic Shellfish Poison (PSP) was detected for the first time in Patagonia (Argentina), and has been recurring since during spring and summer. Human intoxicantions were recorded during the 1987/88 sumer due to ingestion of mussles. In January, concentrations of 750 000 cell l−1 were observed, decreasing to 3100 cells l−1 twenty days later. At the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00018067

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