||Seagrass Habitat in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Degradation, Conservation and Restoration of a Valuable Resource.
||Geological Survey, Reston, VA.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Sea grasses ;
Mexico Gulf ;
Coastal wetlands ;
Marine habitat ;
Habitat selection ;
Habitat fragmentation ;
Gulf of Mexico Program(GMP) ;
Northern Gulf Region ;
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||The Gulf of Mexico Program (GMP) is a network of citizens dedicated to managing and protecting the resources of the Gulf of Mexico in ways consistent with the economic well-being of the region. Administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), the GMP engages many organizations across the Gulf for leadership on four ecological issues across the Gulf watersheds: (1) public health, (2) excess nutrient enrichment, (3) habitat degradation and loss, and (4) introduction of nonindigenous species. The GMP includes representatives from state and Federal agencies, non-profit organizations, the scientific community, business and industry, and an organized citizens group whose members are individually appointed by the governors of the five Gulf States (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida).
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