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Establishing a Cooperative Hypoxic Zone Monitoring Program
Author(s): Lewitus, Alan; Steve Ashby; Steve DiMarco; Steve Giordano, Rick Greene; David Hilmer; Stephan Howden; Barb Kirkpatrick; Trevor Meckley; Troy Pierce; Nancy Rabalais; Rick Raynie; David Scheurer; Mike Woodside
NCCOS Center: CSCOR
Name of Publisher: NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science
Place of Publication: Silver Spring, MD
Publication Type: Workshop
Date of Publication: 2016
Reference Information: 6th Annual NOAA/NGI Hypoxia Research Coord. Wkshp.
Extent of Work: 6 pp.
Keywords: dead zone; hypoxia; monitoring; monitoring program; workshop; Gulf of Mexico; agenda
Abstract: The Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Monitoring Implementation Plan and five subsequent workshops provide a foundation for a sustainable monitoring program that is driven by specific hypoxia management objectives and products. These efforts led to advancements in monitoring extent (i.e. intermittent expansion of temporal and spatial coverage) and technology (e.g. glider application) to meet the core program requirements. However, the monitoring program has been supported primarily through NOAA competitive research funding (i.e. NGOMEX program), which ended in FY 2015. For this sixth workshop (NGI, Stennis Space Center, MS, 12-13 September, 2016), a programmatic and financial strategy to support a requirement-driven monitoring program will be prepared as a pre-meeting document. This strategy will be explored further at the workshop to identify the optimal monitoring requirements for management needs, and funding mechanisms and logistics of implementation based on the needs, abilities and constraints of partners.
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