The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast

The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast : Red tide often occurs in the waters of Guangdong province, threatening the marine ecology and aquaculture industry here.

Red tide often occurs in the waters of Guangdong province, threatening the marine ecology and aquaculture industry here.

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Picture 1 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast

Picture 1 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast


A bird stands on a cliff when red tide appears on January 10 in Zhuhai City, Guangdong Province, China.The first red tide appeared in Guangdong Province in 1998, until now, an average of 10 times a year.

Picture 2 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast

Picture 2 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast


Red tide phenomenon is a form of algae blooms, proliferates and accumulates excessively in a sea area.Depending on the species of algae, seawater may be red, green, yellow or brown.

Picture 3 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast

Picture 3 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast


Red tide carries toxins, obstructs respiration and kills many marine animals such as shrimp, fish, oysters ., causing much damage to the aquaculture industry in Guangdong province.

Picture 4 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast

Picture 4 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast


According to the Guangdong provincial government, seawater pollution is the main cause of red tide outbreaks.

Picture 5 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast

Picture 5 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast


The whole province has 28 river mouths pouring into the sea, many factories, industrial parks, and untreated agricultural waste water are dumped directly into the sea causing pollution.

Picture 6 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast

Picture 6 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast


In addition, the increasing number of marine aquaculture farms also leads to changes in marine ecological environment, increasing the risk of red tide outbreaks, Mr. Ta, professor of Fisheries and University Hai Guangdong said.

Picture 7 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast

Picture 7 of The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast


To improve the marine ecological environment, Mr. Ta said: "Coastal areas should reduce the number of aquaculture farms, increase the number of farms cultivating seaweed, kelp" and at the same time "raising the awareness. marine environmental protection ".