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Gulf of Mexico Offshore Dead Zone Linked to Missis...

Twenty-five years of NCCOS sponsored research shows that the offshore summer hypoxic (low-oxygen) 'dead zone' in the Gulf of Mexico is strongly linked to nutrient loading from the Mississippi River ...
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Reducing the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone Using Operat...

A recently released white paper assesses the status of several empirical and deterministic models capable of characterizing Gulf hypoxia, also known as the Gulf dead zone. ' Modeling Approaches for ...
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Workshop Explores Fisheries Management in Face of ...

Last month's Fifth Annual Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Research Coordination Workshop continued its tradition of advancing the science that informs fisheries and resource managers about the effects of Gulf hypoxia ...
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Red Tide Toxin Metabolite Accumulates in Organs, M...

Credit: J. Ramsdell, NOAA In 2012, the state of Texas experienced the longest red tide on record, leading to a collapse of its oyster industry. Red tides in the Gulf of ...
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Average 2014 Gulf of Mexico 'Dead Zone' Confirms N...

NCCOS-supported scientists documented that the 2014 "dead zone" (area of hypoxia, or low oxygen) in the northern Gulf of Mexico west of the Mississippi River delta now covers 5,052 square ...
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Advocate for Harmful Algal Bloom Research Honored

Quay Dortch, Ph.D. - program coordinator for NCCOS's Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms (ECOHAB) Program and acting program manager for NCCOS's Prevention, Control, and Mitigation of Harmful Algal ...
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NOAA, Partners Issue Dead Zone Predictions for Gul...

Scientists are expecting an average, but still large, hypoxic or "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico this year, and a slightly above-average hypoxic zone in the Chesapeake Bay. NOAA-supported ...
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Gliders Map Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone

This summer, NCCOS-sponsored scientists from Texas A&M University will test the use of gliders to monitor and map hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico. The team will deploy five ...
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New Research Defines Origin and Dynamic Behavior o...

Reducing the size of the widespread area of hypoxia (low oxygen) in the northern Gulf of Mexico - known as the "Dead Zone" - represents one of the nation's crucial ...
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Common Brevetoxin Metabolite Found in Gulf of Mexi...

Brevetoxin B2 - an abundant shellfish metabolite of brevetoxin found in Gulf of Mexico oysters - does not readily pass through an intestinal barrier, rendering it unlikely to cause neurotoxic ...
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The New Fisheries Economics: Incentives Across Many Margins

New research in fisheries economics addresses incentives across many margins. These margins include within-season effects, incentives to harvest different ages and sizes of fish, responses to ecological disturbances, spatial choices, and multispecies interactions. Even developments in global seafood markets are ...
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U.S. Shrimp Market Integration

Recent supply shocks in the Gulf of Mexico—including hurricanes, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and the seasonal appearance of a large dead zone of low oxygen water (hypoxia)—have raised concerns about the economic viability of the U.S. shrimp fishery. The ...
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Upregulation of hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF)-1α and HIF-2α mRNA levels in dragonet Callionymus valenciennei exposed to environmental hypoxia in Tokyo Bay

There is an urgent need to develop reliable biomarkers of environmental hypoxia exposure in marine organisms in order to assess the ecological impacts of the marked increase in coastal hypoxia worldwide. Full-length hypoxia-inducible factor HIF-1α and HIF-2α cDNAs were cloned ...
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