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Vibrio

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Wash your hands after a beach day!

This study demonstrates a direct relationship between the potentially dangerous bacteria Vibrio in beach water with what is on your skin after a day swimming. The good news, washing your hands helps! Kari St.LaurentI received a Ph.D. in oceanography in 2014 from the Graduate School of Oceanography (URI) and am finishing up a post-doc at […]

O Vibrio, Vibrio, wherefore art thou Vibrio?

Three statistical models used to predict the presence of the dangerous pathogen Vibrio in Chesapeake Bay all give different responses to temperature changes. This suggests that a lot more data is needed before we can accurately decide how climate change will dictate the distribution and presence of Vibrio in coastal waters. Kari St.LaurentI received a […]

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