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129 Possible Causes for Dolphins, Ocean

  • Influenza

    […] and Atmospheric Agency/Oceanic and Atmospheric Research/Earth System Research Laboratory, Physical Science Division, Boulder, CO, from their web site at www.cdc.noaa.gov[doi.org] Whole-genome multilocus sequence typing clustered the fish isolates together with the zoonotic ST283 and other STs related to cases in humans, frogs, dogs, cattle, and dolphins[cdc.gov] While movement of live pigs between Canada, the United States and Mexico for fattening and slaughter is routine, legal movement of pigs across oceans is rare.[nytimes.com]

  • Ciguatera Poisoning

    NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science delivers ecosystem science solutions to facilitate stewardship of the nation’s coastal and ocean resources while sustaining[noaanews.noaa.gov] There have been no reported cases of Ciguatera in Tuna, Dolphin or Wahoo and all are considered quite safe to eat.[bareboatsbvi.com] Fish typically associated with scombroid have naturally high levels of histidine in the flesh and include tuna, mackerel, mahi mahi (dolphin fish), sardine, anchovy, herring[wwwnc.cdc.gov]

  • Tuberculosis

    Documentation of M. tuberculosis complex in humans on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean who lived 3 millennia ago [ 2 , 16–18 ] has led to a great deal of speculation about[doi.org] When a rat stops and sniffs and scratches in the right location, one squeezes a clicker (the kind routinely used in training dogs and dolphins) and the animal darts over for[theguardian.com] Patients sat in big sunrooms off hospital wards, semi-erect in lounge chairs, wrapped like mummies on an ocean cruise.[doi.org]

  • Kelp

    How ocean plants help earth plants Seaweed, which originates from the ocean's garden, is one of the best materials for an earth garden.[plantea.com] Dobbins runs the company Ocean Approved , which has five families growing kelp in farms in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Maine.[grist.org] There are dolphins, salmon, hermit crabs and kelp forests. It's the kelp that connects gardeners to the sea...[plantea.com]

  • Chikungunya

    Differences between Indian Ocean outbreak isolates and strain S27.[doi.org] Whole-genome multilocus sequence typing clustered the fish isolates together with the zoonotic ST283 and other STs related to cases in humans, frogs, dogs, cattle, and dolphins[cdc.gov] At the end of 2004, CHIK has emerged in the Indian Ocean and was responsible of at least 266,000 cases on La Réunion Island.[plosone.org]

  • Fish Poisoning

    NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science delivers ecosystem science solutions to facilitate stewardship of the nation’s coastal and ocean resources while sustaining[noaanews.noaa.gov] This family includes tuna, herring, mahi-mahi (dolphin fish), mackerel, sardine, anchovy, skipjack and about 100 other species.[theconversation.com] Ocean climate change, phytoplankton community responses, and harmful algal blooms: A formidable predictive challenge.[sea.edu]

  • Chikungunya Virus

    Aedes albopictus, the implicated vector of CHIKV in Indian Ocean islands, has dispersed worldwide in recent decades.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Whole-genome multilocus sequence typing clustered the fish isolates together with the zoonotic ST283 and other STs related to cases in humans, frogs, dogs, cattle, and dolphins[cdc.gov] Accepted: 27 February 2008 Published: 27 February 2008 Abstract Since 2004, several million indigenous cases of Chikungunya virus disease occurred in Africa, the Indian Ocean[virologyj.com]

  • Seaweed

    This enables the entire plant to take in large amounts of nutrients that are especially abundant in clean cold ocean waters.[superfoods-for-superhealth.com] There are dolphins, salmon, hermit crabs and kelp forests. It's the kelp that connects gardeners to the sea...[plantea.com] Bren Smith has set up what he calls "3D ocean farms," which "utilize the entire ocean column" to grow "restorative species," including scallops, clams, oysters and kelp.[ecowatch.com]

  • Mal de Débarquement

    […] disease characterized by a persistent sensation of motion such as rocking, swaying, tumbling and/or bobbing following a period of exposure to passive movement, usually an ocean[orpha.net] […] getting in high-speed elevators in 1 (all the above comprised 63.6% of the patients), huge earthquakes in 3, shaking in the building in 1, and giving shows with a grampus dolphin[jstage.jst.go.jp] It is not safe to be in or on natural waters such as ocean, rivers, lakes or even ponds, not even to swim in ocean or river.[labs.icahn.mssm.edu]

  • Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning

    […] and Atmospheric Administration, Seattle, WA 98112 USA. 8 National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Marine Biotoxins Program[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Fish typically associated with scombroid have naturally high levels of histidine in the flesh and include tuna, mackerel, mahi mahi (dolphin fish), sardine, anchovy, herring[wwwnc.cdc.gov] […] the health of the ocean.[phys.org]

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