Viable Vibrio vulnifius and parahaemolyticus in the major basins within Pensacola Bay

Vibrio vulnificus and V. parahaemolyticus are two species of problematic waterborne pathogens in NW Florida Gulf of Mexico. Their abundances have yet to be determined in Pensacola Bay and accompanying basins within.
The rising threat of global climate change, (i.e., eutrophication) is often associated with higher Vibrio loads., Please use the link provided in the Full Description information to access this presentation.
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Abstract/Description: Vibrio vulnificus and V. parahaemolyticus are two species of problematic waterborne pathogens in NW Florida Gulf of Mexico. Their abundances have yet to be determined in Pensacola Bay and accompanying basins within. The rising threat of global climate change, (i.e., eutrophication) is often associated with higher Vibrio loads.
Subject(s): Undergraduate Research
Pensacola Bay system
Waterborne pathogens
Date Issued: 2021