The “Ecosystem Impacts of Oil and Gas Inputs to the Gulf” (ECOGIG-2) research consortium invites applications for staff position dedicated to data reduction, data visualization, GIS/mapping, and graphic design.
Scientists from the University of New Orleans and Florida State University conducted simulated sunlight exposure experiments to determine sunlight’s effects on oil fate.
Did whale and dolphin populations change after the oil spill? Prior monitoring indicated that large numbers of these deep-diving marine mammals were living near the Deepwater Horizon site.
Scientists assessed the use of clay particles in experiments to develop a new class of dispersant that is effective and less toxic than those used in the Deepwater Horizon response.
Scientists studying oil spill impacts in the Gulf of Mexico are sharing their exciting ocean research with citizens of all ages.
Graduate Student Opportunities with ECOGIG-2 – January 29, 2015 Ecosystem Impacts of Oil & Gas Inputs to the Gulf ECOGIG-2 (www.ecogig.org) explores and studies hydrocarbon cycling in the Gulf of Mexico at natural seeps, tracks the impacts of the Macondo Blowout, and conducts fundamental research aimed at understanding the regulation of hydrocarbon metabolism in the…
The Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute (OSRI) in Cordova, Alaska has supported programs to educate students on topics within our mission.
The NOAA RESTORE Act Science Program released its first federal funding opportunity (FFO-2015) on December 17, 2014.
RECOVER consortium studies cardiac outcomes in oil-exposed fish
To show how the Deepwater Horizon oil spill impacted the Gulf of Mexico, Sarah Tominack is going back to basics.