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Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Research Program Data Report 2002-2007
Murrell, M., D. Beddick, R. Devereux, Rick Greene, Jim Hagy, B. Jarvis, Jan Kurtz, J. Lehrter, AND D. Yates. Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Research Program Data Report 2002-2007. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-13/257, 2013.
The work described in this report summarizes the data collected during 12 oceanographic cruises conducted from 2002-2007. The project was supported by the US EPA Office of Research and Development, in partnership with the US EPA Gulf of Mexico Program Office, the Office of Water, and Regions 4 and 6. The sampling domain largely covered the area of the shelf affected by summer hypoxia as defined by LUMCON July surveys. The field component of this project was a major effort of Gulf Ecology Division (GED) staff; starting in December 2002 and extending until August 2007, during which time a total of 12 surveys were conducted.
This data report summarizes oceanographic data collected in the northern Gulf of Mexico as part of EPA's Gulf Hypoxia Research Program. It contains a variety of graphical and tabulated summaries of the data.
URLs/Downloads:Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Research Program Data Report 2002-2007 Exit
Record Details:Record Type: DOCUMENT (PUBLISHED REPORT/REPORT)
Organization:U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
NATIONAL HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB
GULF ECOLOGY DIVISION