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MIT research could help predict red tide
Date:2/19/2009

track the movements of individual cells as they become trapped in the layers of shear. They also modeled the movements of the swimming cells mathematically and proved that they cannot escape these layers. Once trapped, they're at the mercy of the flow, and must wait for the shear to decrease before they can swim out and exit the Twilight Zone.


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Contact: Elizabeth Thomson
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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