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A description of the Gulf of Mexico air quality study data archive files
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region in New Orleans, LA (1201 Elmwood Park Blvd., New Orleans 70123-2394)
Written in English
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|Contributions||United States. Minerals Management Service. Gulf of Mexico OCS Region.|
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The Louisiana shelf (LA shelf) in the northern Gulf of Mexico experiences hypoxic conditions every summer due to the combination of eutrophication and strong water column stratification. Here we use a three-dimensional circulation model coupled with a simple oxygen model. The Gulf of Mexico is a major body of water bordered and nearly landlocked by North America. Because of the ever increasing amount of nitrogen and phosphates dissolved in the waters of the Gulf of.
Thomas E. Ewing, William E. Galloway, in The Sedimentary Basins of the United States and Canada (Second Edition), Introduction: Present-Day Topography and Bathymetry. The Gulf of Mexico is a small ocean basin lying between the North American plate and the Yucatan block. In its northern and northwestern sectors, it contains a succession of Jurassic through Holocene strata that is as much. Gulf of Mexico, Spanish Golfo de México, partially landlocked body of water on the southeastern periphery of the North American continent. It is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the Straits of Florida, running between the peninsula of Florida and the island of Cuba, and to the Caribbean Sea by the Yucatán Channel, which runs between the Yucatán Peninsula and Cuba.
Current Air Quality along the Gulf Coast [link to ] Air Quality Index (AQI) - A Guide to Air Quality and Your Health Instead of being obsessed with trying to save the environment of the Gulf of Mexico, BP seems obsessed with trying to cover their rear ends and with limiting their legal liability. Gulf of Mexico. The Gulf of Mexico seafloor also contains valuable crude oil and natural gas reserves. The Port of Southern Louisiana and the Port of Houston, located on the Gulf of Mexico, are the largest ports in the US, and are among the top 10 busiest ports in the world. In addition, 70% of Mexican shipping occurs via the Gulf of Mexico.
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[Systems Applications International.; United States. Minerals Management Service. Gulf of Mexico. significantly affect the air quality of any state. •Air quality modeling is underway for the Gulf of Mexico Region (GOMR) to assess the OCS oil and gas development pre- and post-lease impacts to the states.
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The Gulf of Mexico is a semi-enclosed basin connected, to the south, to the Caribbean Sea, and to the North Atlantic Ocean to the east. The main dynamical feature of the Gulf of Mexico is the Loop Current, which is a portion, upstream of the Gulf Stream, of the North Atlantic western boundary current that carries ocean waters from the Tropics towards the high latitudes.
Introduction  The Second Texas Air Quality Study (TexAQS II)/Gulf of Mexico Atmospheric Composition and Climate Study (GoMACCS) is a joint regional air quality and climate change study.
The field measurement component of this study was conducted in eastern Texas and over the neighboring Gulf of Mexico beginning in summer and continuing through early autumn Cited by: Summary Section of the Clean Air Act Amendments of required the EPA to promulgate a rule establishing air pollution control requirements for Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) sources.
Congress exempted Gulf of Mexico OCS sources west of de. An integral analysis of Air Pollution in the Gulf of Mexico was made considering pollutants emis-sions assessment and diagnosis; air pollution monitoring; and modeling of air pollution dispersion. Combustion sources considered in this work were: thermoelectric power plants and open flares;File Size: 4MB.
An integral analysis of Air Pollution in the Gulf of Mexico was made considering pollutants emissions assessment and diagnosis; air pollution monitoring; and modeling of air pollution dispersion.
The Gulf of Mexico Data Atlas is a collection of the long-term physical, biological, environmental, economic, and living marine resource data that define the baseline conditions of Gulf of Mexico ecosystems presented as maps. Maps provide a useful way to view and access a variety of information about the Gulf of Mexico.
For each water body assessed, two documents are available. The Fact Sheet is a summary of the assessment, including a description of the water body location.
The Assessment Data Sheet shows the number of samples collected and how many exceed criteria. Guide to the Fact Sheet; Guide to the Data Sheet; Segment —Gulf Waters Fact Sheet | Assessment Data.
the recommended activities. The overall scientific assessment reveals that the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem continues to suffer from extensive degradation, and action is necessary to develop a healthy, resilient, and sustainable Gulf of Mexico ecosystem. The six groups also were tasked with outlining the necessary monitoring, modeling, and researchFile Size: 3MB.
GULF OF MEXICO REPORT | 5 “[The ocean] is like a healthy orchestra,” says Michael Stocker, acoustician and Executive Director of Ocean Conservation Research, a nonprofit based in San Rafael, California.
“You’ve got the bassoon, the snare drum, the flute, the whole thing. All of those niches are occupied by animals making sounds.”.
GIS Data Catalog. Below is a list of data available for viewing on the USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program's U.S. Gulf of Mexico Interactive have been compiled from a variety of sources and most of the data are currently available on-line for user access and downloads.
While the ultimate objective of the Gulf of Mexico Air Quality Study is to evaluate potential air quality impacts of proposed new off-shore oil and gas lease sales using simulations with future year emission inventories, we focus here on the supporting base-case simulation of conditions during Author: Till Stoeckenius.
Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) Atlas, Gulf of Mexico, Upper Coast of TexasLouisianaMississippiAlabamaFlorida maps and geographic information systems data. ESI is a widely used approach to sensitive environment mapping in the U.S.
Review of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management “Air Quality Modeling in the Gulf of Mexico Region” Study reviews and provides feedback on the BOEM’s Air Quality Modeling in the Gulf of Mexico Region Study.
This independent technical review of the study explores whether the study meets its goals, accurately reflects the scientific literature, uses reasonable data and modeling.
The Gulf of Mexico coast of the United States, from Key West, Fla., to the Rio Grande, is low and mostly sandy, presenting no marked natural features to the mariner approaching from seaward; shoal water generally extends well offshore. The princ ipal points and harbor entrances are marked by lights, which are the chief guides for approaching or.
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Research offers new evidence about the Gulf of Mexico's past by University of Houston Map shows the study area along eastern Mexico and the Gulf. ozone as found during the first Texas Air Quality Study (TexAQS) study in [Kleinman et al., ; Ryerson et al., ; Daum et al., ].
Similar to other geographic locations, meteorology plays a controlling role when ozone production is enhanced to levels exceeding the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) [Kleinman et al.,Cited by: 5) An important feature of the Gulf of Mexico is the Gulf Stream, which is a warm Atlantic current that begins in the region and flows north into the Atlantic Ocean.
Because it is a warm current, sea surface temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico are normally also warm, which feeds Atlantic hurricanes and helps in giving them : Amanda Briney.The EPA regional offices and the Gulf of Mexico Program work with states to continue to maximize the efficiency and utility of water quality monitoring efforts for local managers by coordinating and standardizing state and federal water quality data collection activities in the Gulf region.