Dave Reed (GOMA) and Caitlin Young (RESTORE Science Program) co-chaired a hybrid session at the AGU Fall Meeting earlier this month focused on “Natural Resource Management Needs for a Changing Gulf of Mexico.” GOMA partners contributed to a fast-paced, informative session on topics including regional sediment management, harmful algal bloom impacts, living shorelines, and more.

The AGU Fall Meeting brought together 25,000 scientists from over 100 countries to share their work and discuss solutions to the largest challenges facing our planet.