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Integrated Ecosystem Modeling of the Causes of Hyp...

The largest low oxygen (hypoxic) zone affecting the United States is in the northern Gulf of Mexico, adjacent to the Mississippi River. This “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico ...
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Operational Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Monitoring

The Gulf of Mexico hypoxia monitoring cruise is an annual shelf-wide survey of the Gulf's hypoxic area (i.e., “dead zone”) and the survey is the metric used by the interagency ...
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Lake Erie Eutrophication Exacerbated by Release of...

Lake Erie not only experiences eutrophication caused by runoff-laden phosphorus (P), but also by internal P loading caused by recycling of “legacy” P stored in bottom sediments. This phenomenon was ...
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Bacterial Removal of Nitrogen, Methane from Gulf D...

NCCOS-supported researchers have determined the natural removal rates of nitrogen and the potent greenhouse gas methane from Louisiana's coastal waters. The study investigated patterns of pelagic denitrification (bacterial conversion of ...
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NOAA Forecasts Average ‘Dead Zone’ for Gulf of Mex...

NCCOS scientists are forecasting this summer’s Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone or “dead zone”—an area of low to no oxygen that can kill fish and other marine life— to be ...
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Fishing for Hypoxia

A recovered crab pot with a dissolved oxygen sensor. Photo Credit: Pat Kemmish, F/V Richard H. A newly published article in Sea Technology highlights the power of collaborative research between ...
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Third Advisory Panel Workshop on Hypoxia Effects o...

The third Advisory Panel Workshop on Hypoxia Effects of Fish and Fisheries was held virtually on December 14, 2020 as part of an NCCOS NGOMEX project led by Dr. Kim ...
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NOAA Highlights Dead Zone Science at Hypoxia Task ...

The Mississippi River Gulf of Mexico Watershed Nutrient Task Force, otherwise known as the Hypoxia Task Force (HTF), held a virtual fall meeting from September 30 to October 1, 2020 ...
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Smaller than Average Summer ‘Dead Zone’ Measured ...

NCCOS-supported scientists have determined that this year’s Gulf of Mexico “dead zone”—an area of low oxygen that can kill fish and marine life—is approximately 2,116 square miles, equivalent to 1.4 ...
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Hypoxia Study Shows Fish Diet and Catchability Cha...

NCCOS sponsored research on hypoxia (low oxygen concentrations within the water column) finds that hypoxic conditions in the northern Gulf of Mexico have variable effects on fish diet, food webs, ...
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Student-developed Sensor Used to Measure Impacts o...

NCCOS-supported scientists are using a new technology developed by undergraduate students at the University of California, San Diego to measure the impacts of low oxygen (hypoxia) on oysters living in ...
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NGOMEX

Northern Gulf of Mexico Ecosystems & Hypoxia Assessment (NGOMEX)BackgroundThe northern portion of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem, a region containing almost half of the nation's coastal wetlands and supporting commercial ...
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