IOC Intergovernmental Panel on Harmful Blooms (IPHAB)
Groupe intergouvernemental COI chargé d'étudier les efflorescences algales nuisibles
1991 Paris France
1991, Paris (France), as IOC-FAO Intergovernmental Panel on Harmful Algal Blooms -- Groupe intergouvernemental COI-FAO chargé d'étudier les efflorescences algales nuisibles by E-XE1118 - Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) and B-XB0971 - FAO, following resolution XVI-4 of IOC Assembly, 7-21 Mar 1991, Paris. Present name adopted 1995.
Foster the effective management of, and scientific research on, harmful algal blooms, in order to understand their causes, predict their occurrence and mitigate their effects.
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