The Alaska Harmful Algal Bloom (AHAB) Network AHAB was formed in 2017 to provide a statewide approach to harmful algal bloom (HAB) awareness, research, monitoring, and response in Alaska. AHAB coordinates a diverse group of coastal stakeholders to address human and wildlife health risks from toxic algal blooms. The objectives of the network are to reduce health risks to humans from HABs, identify information needs, data gaps, and emerging HAB threats, expand and enhance statewide HAB, wildlife and shellfish monitoring, improve effectiveness of and coordination for HAB event response, develop HAB event forecasting capabilities, improve HAB education and outreach to coastal Alaskans, unify and build on existing regional HAB networks in Alaska, and facilitate a safe supply

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