Severe fish mortality associated with 'red tide' observed in the sea off Cochin
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Severe fish mortality associated with the "red tide" phenomenon caused by Noctiluca blooms was observed in the sea off Cochin, Kerala, India at depths less than 40 m. The dead fish, almost entirely comprised of the threadfin bream (Nemipterus japonicus). The death of this demersal fish was caused by a severe depletion of oxygen.
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