This summer, NOAA and partner scientists will conduct their most collaborative ocean acidification sampling of the Gulf of Mexico yet. Set to depart today, July 18th, the Gulf of Mexico Ecosystems and Carbon Cruise (GOMECC-3) will travel through international waters with 24 scientists from the United States, Mexico and Cuba on board. This comprehensive month-long […]
(National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine) The Gulf Research Program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation today announced awards totaling $10.8 million to support four new projects in Louisiana and Alabama.
The former governor of the Gulf coast state of Veracruz was extradited from Guatemala to Mexico on Monday to face corruption charges. Former Gov. Javier Duarte was flown to Mexico … Click to Continue »
Down in the depths of the Gulf of Mexico, there are cold seeps, deep on the ocean floor, that are home to various kinds of tube worms. (A tube worm, for what it’s worth, is fairly a broad category—a wormy invertebrate that anchors itself...Show More Summary
(Springer) Large tubeworms living in the cold depths of the Gulf of Mexico may be among the longest living animals in the world. This is revealed in a study in Springer's journal The Science of Nature. According to lead author Alanna...Show More Summary
About 1 billion barrels of oil have been discovered off Mexico's coast, amid a glut of global supplies. Premier Oil, a UK oil and gas company, said Wednesday that its Zama well was the first offshore exploration drilled by a private company in Mexico. Show More Summary
NASA astronauts training for a possible mission to Mars have been practicing water maneuvers in a mock-up Orion space capsule in the Gulf of Mexico.
A Mexican-led, international consortium has made a major oil discovery in the Gulf of Mexico that will help increase declining production in the sector and may attract more investment from FULL STORY The post Consortium makes major oil discovery appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Coral genetics could save the Gulf of Mexico - though it may take a few hundred years.
(Lehigh University) Lehigh University researcher Santiago Herrera was awarded a multi-year grant by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) RESTORE Act Science Program to study connectivity patterns in habitat-forming corals in the Gulf of Mexico, key to restoring marine ecosystems damaged by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
By Debjit Chakraborty and Serene Cheong (Bloomberg) — A type of U.S. crude pumped in the Gulf of Mexico is proving to be more attractive in the fastest-growing oil market compared with Middle East staples that are on offer. Indian Oil Corp., the nation’s largest refiner, has bought Mars Blend crude for arrival in October […] The post U.S. Show More Summary
Mississippi's top elections official says he is consistent by sharing some voter information with other states while also telling a national group to "jump in the Gulf of Mexico" as … Click to Continue »
John Parker Conrad, Sr., founder of Conrad Shipyard, died peacefully on July 6 surrounded by family and friends at his home in Morgan City, La. He was 101 years old. A shipbuilding pioneer and a legend along the Gulf of Mexico coast and beyond, Parker founded Conrad Industries in 1948.
A potential game changer in the struggle to eradicate lionfish from the Gulf of Mexico is brewing in Pensacola. Hailing from schools in the Northeast, a quartet of young engineers … Click to Continue »
Scuba divers from across the globe flock to Angelita Cenote, an underwater cave along the coast of the Yucatán Peninsula, to witness an unusual mirage: a river in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico. Located about 30 meters below the water's...Show More Summary
The 2010 explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig dumped millions of barrels of crude into the Gulf of Mexico and killed 11 workers.
Hurricane Katrina whipped up huge, powerful waves that caused severe destruction in 2005 along the U.S. Gulf Coast. Their size and strength convinced Phil Kithil of Santa Fe, New Mexico, there had to be a way to harness that energy.
We just need six more state governments to tell Donald Trump and his "voter fraud" henchman Kris Kobach to go jump in the Gulf of Mexico and it will be a clean sweep: 44 states have refused request for voter information. Washington,Show More Summary
It's a one-of-a-kind Ice Age relic.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico on Friday banned fishing with gillnets in the northern Gulf of California as part of its pledge to save a critically-endangered species of porpoise whose cause has been championed by Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio and others.