Nancy Rabalais at TEDWomen 2017

2018-04-26T19:51:40+00:00

The "dead zone" of the Gulf of Mexico Ocean expert Nancy Rabalais tracks the ominously named "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico -- where there isn't enough oxygen in the water to support life. The Gulf has the second largest dead zone in the world; on top of killing fish and crustaceans, it's also [...]

Diving the Deadzone, part 1

2018-04-02T19:18:57+00:00

Diving the Deadzone, Part 1 Diving at station C6C in the northern Gulf of Mexico, south of Terrebonne Bay. This station is in the heart of the “dead zone”- a region of seasonally hypoxic bottom water that can span tens of thousands of square kilometers. The dive demonstrates the beautiful green water of the [...]

The Mississippi River Connection

2018-04-02T19:44:08+00:00

The Mississippi River Connection Diving at station C6C in the northern Gulf of Mexico, south of Terrebonne Bay. This station is in the heart of the “dead zone”- a region of seasonally hypoxic bottom water that can span tens of thousands of square kilometers. The dive demonstrates the beautiful green water of the [...]

Navigating “Troubled Waters”

2017-12-11T15:03:01+00:00

Navigating “Troubled Waters” UpTake interviews documentary director Larkin McPhee about “Troubled Waters” and speaks to several panelists: scientist Dr. Nancy Rabalais, sustainable farmer Jack Hedin and the university’s director of the institute on the environment Jonathan Foley.

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