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The Gulf of Mexico is a major economic asset to the 11 states in the United States and Mexico that surround its shores. The potential impact of a post-embargo Cuba (in terms of US involvement), and an historic May 1995 agreement among officials of five US states (Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,...
It has been previously established that nutrient pollution is the gravest and most prevalent problem of ocean health. Furthermore, upstream areas and non-point sources of pollution have been found to contribute with the majority of nutrients discharged into estuaries in the United States coastal...
The use of wetlands for treatment of wastewaters has a number of important ecological and economic benefits. Adding nutrient rich treated wastewater effluent to selected coastal wetlands results in the following benefits: (1) improved effluent water quality; (2) increased accretion rates to help...
Holistic performance measures for coastal restoration are needed as management alternatives are implemented in the Gulf of Mexico. Regional questions can be addressed with watershed models using large-scale spatial dynamics to examine environmental impacts. Two watershed models investigated...
This contribution documents, using the example of the Gulf of Mexico large marine ecosystem (GoM) LME, how mass-balance, trophic (‘Ecopath’) models can be synthesized into a single integrated, spatially explicit model, from which various inferences on the ecological functioning of, and...
The Gulf of Mexico (Gulf) is an important economic asset for the six Mexican coastal states (Tamaulipas, Veracruz, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan, and Quintana Roo) that border the Gulf. Many economic and social issues are geographic in nature; that is, they are associated with the coastal...
Ecological sub-regions are a way of viewing coastal zone (CZ) regions that have been developed to enhance the capability of NGOs, governmental organizations, and academics to assess conditions and trends of the major ecosystems in the Gulf of Mexico (Gulf), mainly as a management tool for...
We review the multiple ecological impacts of oil and gas development on coastal ecosystems in the Mississippi Delta. This area has one of the greatest developments of oil and gas production in the world. This activity has generated significant impacts on coastal ecosystems due to the toxicity of...
This is the introductory paper to the special issue on Coastal Management in the Gulf of Mexico large marine ecosystem. The Gulf of Mexico is the largest open water body of internationally protected habitats in the Atlantic Ocean. It is a semi-enclosed sea and is the ninth largest body of water...
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