Foam has been building up near the mouth of Santa Rosa Creek. Scientists say it is likely made up of algae, shreds of kelp, diatoms, other small organisms and other stuff washed over the sand bar by recent high waves from historic-level king tides.
Foam has been building up near the mouth of Santa Rosa Creek. Scientists say it is likely made up of algae, shreds of kelp, diatoms, other small organisms and other stuff washed over the sand bar by recent high waves from historic-level king tides. Kathe Tanner ktanner@thetribunenews.com
Foam has been building up near the mouth of Santa Rosa Creek. Scientists say it is likely made up of algae, shreds of kelp, diatoms, other small organisms and other stuff washed over the sand bar by recent high waves from historic-level king tides. Kathe Tanner ktanner@thetribunenews.com