• GOMA 10-Year Report

    A new 10-year report highlights the successes of the Alliances’ vast partnership. The five Gulf States face similar challenges and concerns as they manage the Gulf Coast and its waters. Our ability to work across borders indicates our partner’s willingness to protect a shared resource.

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    International Leaders, Scientists Gather for Gulf Summit

    March 24, 2017—HOUSTON, Texas — As the Gulf of Mexico is moving forward from one of history’s greatest environmental disasters, the Deepwater Horizon blowout, and oil spill. The Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies (HRI) at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is bringing together international Gulf leaders on March 26-28 to look to its future for its fourth State of the Gulf of Mexico Summit in Houston, Texas.

    Reducing Environmental Impacts through Runoff Risk Decision Support

    February 27, 2017—NOAA’s Central Region Collaboration Team recently completed two short videos on first-of-its-kind decision support information and related tools to address the challenge of nutrient runoff from farm fields. Many of the nation’s lakes and streams suffer from water quality degradation caused by excess nitrogen and phosphorus. These nutrients can eventually concentrate in coastal areas such as the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico, contribute to harmful algal blooms (HABs) and hypoxia, and result in both economic and environmental impacts.
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  • Next 3 events

    26mar - 288:00 ammar 28- 5:00 pmState of the Gulf of Mexico SummitOneGulf: Shaping the Future

    28mar - 30mar 288:00 ammar 30Charlotte Harbor Watershed Summit

    29mar - 1aprmar 298:00 amapr 1Association of Southeast Biologist ASB 2017