Red Tide near San Diego creates Bioluminescent Ocean Waves. Not every wave glows an electric blue but a few do. The color and name comes from plankton which appear red in the day and glow at night.
The bioluminescence is generated by a chemical reaction/process involving the phytoplankton Lingulodinium polyedrum, and driven by motion of the waves.    Read more…..
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