You may already be a winner! That is what folks will read on posters across the Gulf region if they find and report bright yellow cards drifting in Gulf waters or washed up on beaches.
The GoMRI community congratulates the recent appointment of two of their own – Drs. David Halpern and Steven Murawski to the National Research Council Ocean Studies Board (OSB)
Oil from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill acted as a catalyst for plankton and other surface materials to clump together and fall to the sea floor in a massive sedimentation event that researchers are calling a “dirty blizzard.”
The Roberts Lab of Ecosystem Ecology and Biogeochemistry at the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON) is seeking a graduate research assistant at the Master of Science level to examine the influence of river diversions on carbon and nitrogen cycling in Louisiana freshwater, brackish, and salt marshes.
Scientists studying the weathering processes that altered the oil released during the Deepwater Horizon spill recently published their findings in the September 2012 Issue of Environmental Research Letters
Separate groups of scientists studying the Deepwater Horizon oil spill impacts on oysters along the Gulf coast recently published their findings in two journals.
Seeking two highly motivated students for a PhD graduate assistantship at the University of Connecticut (Department of Natural Resources and the Environment) and the University of Southern Mississippi (Department of Coastal Sciences at the Gulf Coast Research Lab).
Jocelyn Lockwood talks to Dr. Colwell about the latest scientific results concerning all aspects of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem following the BP oil spill.