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Gulf of Mexico Alliance Announces Final Coastal Resilience Awards

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance is pleased to announce Coastal Resilience Awards for two community projects totaling $90,000. The community recipients are The City of Fairhope, Alabama and the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana for a project benefiting Terrebonne and LaFourche Parishes.

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Regional Hurricane Success Stories

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance works across the region addressing issues of human, economic, and ecological resilience. Here, we share success stories from our partners. In no way do we want to diminish the long recovery ahead following Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. But, however small they may be, we want to highlight things that worked.

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ocean observing, Hurricane, Prediction, Weather, GCOOS, Gulf Of Mexico, Harvey, Irma, lsu, Texas A&M, Colorado Center for Astrodynamics, Rosenstiel School, University Of Miami, IOOS

Helping Communities Weather the Storms

GCOOS collects data from more than 2,000 ocean sensors that play a critical role in hurricane forecasting and ensures that the information is timely, reliable, accurate and -- above all -- available to those working to understand ocean systems and subsequently provide better forecast data to save lives and protect coastal economies during hurricanes.

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Gulf of Mexico Alliance and BHP Form Partnership to Support the Pointe-au-Chien Tribe in Coastal Louisiana

The overarching goal of this project is to assist the Pointe-au-Chien community in Terrebonne and Lafourche Parishes, Louisiana, by facilitating a self-assessment process to identify high priority actions that when implemented, can enhance cultural and community resilience.

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Robotics, Ocean Exploration, Water Quality, Hurricane Harvey, Dead Zone, Marine Life

‘Surfing Robot’ Tracking Water Data As Harvey’s Rains Flow Toward Fragile Coral Reefs

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While you read this, an unmanned Wave Glider surface vehicle is riding swells alone in the Gulf of Mexico, collecting critically needed post-Hurricane Harvey water quality data.

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GCOOS, ocean observing, coastal ocean observing, IOOS, high frequency radar, HFR, Mississippi River, Dead Zone, ocean navigation, Coast Guard, Rescue

New Funding for High Frequency Radar Sites at the Mouth of the Mississippi Will Help Make Gulf Safer

GCOOS has received $450,000 for two new High Frequency Radar (HFR) sites near the mouth of the Mississippi River.

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Legislation Will Strengthen Coordination in the Gulf Region

Senate Bill S. 1373 and House Bill H.R. 2923 would authorize the Gulf of Mexico Alliance as a regional coordinator for Gulf of Mexico ecological issues. This is similar to the role the Chesapeake Bay Foundation serves for Chesapeake Bay.

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Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Gulf Of Mexico

Gulf of Mexico Alliance Announces Coastal Resilience Awards

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance is pleased to announce eight of ten Coastal Resilience Awards to community projects in four of the five U.S. Gulf States. The awards total $347,334 and are supported by a grant from the NOAA Office for Coastal Development.

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Gulf of Mexico Alliance Receives NAS Capacity Building Grants

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance is pleased to announce the receipt of two NAS Gulf Research Program capacity-building grants.

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ocean observing, GCOOS, Gulf Of Mexico, University of Southern Mississippi, national data buoy center, national data buoy , National Weather Service, Mississippi Enterprise for Technology, MSET, NDBC, USM

GCOOS Members Leading the Way to Create Ocean Technology Education Opportunities

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University of Southern Mississippi and the National Data Buoy Center developing new education programs focused ocean observing technologies


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