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TALAT: Surf lights up blue in San Diego

11 May 2018

Southern California's beaches are not the only ones to experience the algae blooms, which are considered harmful, due to toxins produced by the bioluminescent organisms.

The phenomenon along the coast is also known as a red tide because during the day the microorganisms give the water a reddish hue, but at night they glow where they are disturbed by waves.

A red tide is sparking a light show on some California beaches.

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The Birch Aquarium at Scripps now has a display called, "Infinity Cube" that explains the phenomenon.

A red tide at the San Diego beach was a sight for everyone with photographers being the most benefitted. On this occasion, it is caused by a bloom of phytoplankton brought by the natural phenomenon known as the red tide.

The dinoflagellates are a type of marine phytoplankton.

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Shellfish supply has become so toxic at times that commercial fishing has been shut down, Latz said.

Bioluminescence expert Michael Latz, a scientist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, explained the red tide phenomenon.

While it is unknown is how long the red tide will last - the one in 2013 lasted one week - it is predicted that this particular red tide could last between a week to a few monrhs. "As the name suggests, the bloom of algae often turns the water red", NOAA states, adding that not all algal blooms are harmful.

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"These are unusual and rare events and they should be enjoyed".

TALAT: Surf lights up blue in San Diego