The GOMA Water Resources Team is continuing its work to study the connections between economic health and water quality with a new project in coastal Texas.
The GOMA Coastal Resilience Team and Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium have released a newly updated and expanded version of the Coastal Community Resilience Index (CRI) self-assessment tool.
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance encourages all Gulf Coast residents to get ready for the upcoming hurricane season.
The Embrace the Gulf initiative has expanded beyond just social media with regular stories in South Mississippi Living magazine highlighting interesting facts about native wildlife species.
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance and RESTORE Act Science Program are co-hosting a session during the 2021 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, December 13-17, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The report includes a wealth of spatial data including historic geophysical surveys, sediment core and grab samples, interpreted sediment bodies, planned borrow areas, proven sediment sources, and marine hazard and avoidance areas.
The Embrace Gulf 2021 initiative has expanded beyond social media with a new public service announcement video. Our PSA showcases the vitality and sustainability of the Gulf of Mexico. Watch the video now and be on the lookout for a local broadcast in your area.
GOMA recently hosted a virtual workshop with over 80 stakeholders from around the region to prioritize data important for oyster management.