Coccolithophore bloom observed from Copernicus Sentinel 2B Satellite Data

Huge coccolithophore bloom spotted from space

 

During June, many organisations were keeping an eye on a huge bloom of coccolithophore phytoplankton in the Channel, including NEODAAS, based at PML. Find out more about the bloom, coccolithophores, and how the NEODAAS team use satellite data to watch the seas, in this blog post from the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust.

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