New additions are indicated by an asterisk (*). Last update: 4 March 2010.

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Pfiesteria and HABs in the mid-Atlantic: Information from Mid-Atlantic Sea Grant Programs (New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, National and Federal)

Pfiesteria: Information from Maryland Sea Grant

What You Should Know About Pfiesteria: Delaware Dept. of Health & Social Services, and the Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Control

Pfiesteria: NIEHS Marine and Freshwater Biomedical Sciences Center, Oceans and Human Health Center at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School, FL, USA

Pfiesteria in North Carolina: The Medical Inquiry Continues: Paper by C.G. Smith and S.I. Music (1998)

Emerging Harmful Algal Blooms and Human Health: Pfiesteria and related organisms: L.E. Fleming, J. Easom, D. Baden, A. Rowan, and B. Levin; PDF file (60 KB)

Pfiesteria: Harmful Algal Blooms as Indicators of Human: Ecosystem Interactions:

E.K. Silbergeld, L. Grattan, D. Oldach, and J.G. Morris (2000). Pfiesteria: Harmful algal blooms as indicators of human-ecosystem interactions. Environmental Research Section A 82: 97-105; PDF file (336 KB)