Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies and its partners work hard to restore reefs and oyster health, providing many benefits besides oysters for food.
Research modeling the path of nitrogen in soil and groundwater shows it will take longer for nitrogen recovery to unfold—but also shows efforts are working.
Scientists from the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium have been documenting a Gulf of Mexico dead zone for more than thirty years.
The Gulf of Mexico dead zone is predicted to be about 5,483 square miles this year, according to a recent press release from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Also known as the hypoxic zone, the dead...