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High-Resolution Modeling of the DeSoto Canyon Region for Simulating Upper and Deep Ocean Dynamics
Loop Current Statistics from a Multi-Decadal HYCOM Simulation
Interannual Variability of Mesoscale Circulation in the Gulf of Mexico
Influence of Sea Surface Temperature Gradient and Roughness Changes on the Motion of Surface Oil in a Simple Idealized Study
Influence of Mississippi River Waters on the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Spreading
Hydrocarbon-degrading microbial communities
How to Make Sure that the Force is With You
Initial Results from the Shelf Geomorphology and Habitat Mapping Cruise
Gulf Research Initiative Information and Date Cooper (GRIIDC)
From the Pipe to the Beach
Erosion Chennels at the DeSoto Canyon
A Long-Term, Interdisciplinary Study of Deep Sea to Coast Connectivity in the Northeasten Gulf of Mexico
A Preliminary Assessment of Desoto Canyon Sediment Macrofauna: Comparison to Baseline
Analysis of Observations to Understand the Physics of the Connectivity Between the Deep Sea and the Coast Through the DeSoto Canyon
After-The-Fact Estimations of the Calcareous Nannoplankton Composition and Quantity Present During the 2010 Macondo Oil Spill in the NE Gulf of Mexico: A Work in Progress
A Time-Series of Surface Oil Distribution Based on SAR and Regional Difference in Megafauna Abundance Related to Geomorphology and Depth Gradients in DeSoto Canyon
Analysis of Bragg Scattering of Oil Types Under Radar Microwaves
Analysis of Drilling Mud Olefins to Study the Origin of the Recent MC252 Oil Sheen
NRL Ocean Modeling for the Gulf of Mexico: Towards Earth System Capability
Mercury Cycling and Bioaccumulation in the Northen Gulf of Mexico: Insights from Hg Stable Isotopes
Methane Production in the Oceanic Photic Zone: Microbial Community Structure and Function
Microbial Reactivity on the West Florida Panhandle Bight Shelf
Metagenomic Insights Supporting Microbial Community Succession in Contaminated Gulf Beach Sands
Changes in the Redox State of Sediments Following the 2010 BP Blowout
NRL Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem Modeling
NRL Modeling Efforts in Support of Deep-C
Bigeochemical Radiocarbon Analysis of the Gulf Oil Spill: Sediments, Plankton and Coastal Fauna: Tracers in the Gulf
Oil Spill Prediction Environment (OSPRE)
Oil Spill Research in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico
Phytoplankton Associations in the Vicinity of DeSoto Canyon, Northeastern Gulf of Mexico: Preliminary Results
Northeastern Gulf of Mexico Microbiological DNA Biodiversity Observations
Parameterization of Surface Fluxes: Changes Due to the DWH Surface Slick and Preliminary Examples of Impacts
Phytoplankton Associations in the Vicinity of DeSoto Canyon, Northeastern Gulf of Mexico
Recent Results with the Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave Prediction System in the Gulf of Mexico
The Gulf of mexico Coupled Regional Modeling System
Stable isotope tracing of methylmercury production and bioaccumulation in the Northern Gulf of Mexico food web
Preliminary Assessment of Sediment Macrofaunal Community Structure in Desoto Canyon, Following the Horizon Oil Spill
Preliminary Results of Photographic Survey of DeSoto Canyon
Quantitative Investigation of Stokes Drift as a Surface Transport Mechanism for Oil
Putting It All Together: The Deep-C Atlantis Model
Spatial and Temporal Variations in the Community Structure of Marine Archaea: The Gulf of Mexico
The Response of Benthic Microbial Communities to the Deposition of Macondo Oil
The Inaugural Expedition of the R/V Apalachee Research Exploring the Ecological Effects of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Leads to the First Capture of a Greenland Shark in the Gulf of Mexico
The Role of Photochemistry in Determining the Effects of MC252 Surrogate Oil on Microbial Growth
Changes in bacterioplankton community structure after exposure to oil and dispersants in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico
Bathymetric features of the Deep-C Desoto Canyon study area
Chronic, Anthropogenic Hydrocarbon Releases in the Gulf of Mexico (2)
Chronic, Anthropogenic Hydrocarbon Releases in the Gulf of Mexico
Biogeochemical Radiocarbon Analysis of the Gulf Oil Spill: Sediments, Plankton and Coastal Fauna. Or Tracers in the Gulf
Ocean Observation Platforms, Base Line, Numerical Modeling and Scenarios of Natural Response Capability of the Gulf of Mexico, Under Potential Large Scale Oil Spills

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