Mapping the Gulf of Mexico’s growing dead zoneBy A Clear Voices for Science Podcast 2
August 08, 2007
The Gulf coast dead zone, or waters low in oxygen, reappears each year in the spring and summer off the coast of
Earth & Sky’s Jorge Salazar spoke with Nancy Rabalais, executive director of Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium at her lab in Cocodrie, Louisisana. She led a science team in July 2007 aboard the Pelican, a NOAA research vessel, which mapped the dead zone. Here’s Nancy Rabalais.
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