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Gulf waters are freakishly warm, that could mean explosive springtime storms – the washington publish

Research printed within the journal Geophysical Research Letters in December found: “The warmer (cooler) the Gulf of Mexico sea surface temperatures, the greater (less)  hail and tornadoes occur during March–May within the southern U.S.” Victor Gensini, a professor of meteorology in the College of DuPage, agreed the warm Gulf could intensify storms this spring but cautioned that …

Offshore waters forecast (gulf)

000 FZNT24 KNHC 191513 OFFNT4 Offshore Waters Forecast for that Gulf NWS National Hurricane Center Miami, FL 1113 AM EDT Mon Jun 19 2017 Offshore Waters Forecast for that Gulf Seas given as significant wave height, the average height from the greatest 1/three of the waves. Individual waves might be greater than two times the …

Troubled waters from the gulf

Alexander, R.B., R.A. Cruz, G.E. Schwarz, E.W. Boyer, J.V. Nolan, and J.W. Brakebill. 2008. Variations in phosphorus and nitrogen delivery towards the Gulf in the Mississippi River. Ecological Science 42:822–830. [CrossRef] Barras, J.A. 2006. Land area alternation in seaside Louisiana following the 2005 hurricanes: A number of three maps. US Geological Survey Open-File Report 2006-1274. …

Trump to spread out gulf waters to grease drilling

Exxon states its investment is making more than 45,000 construction and manufacturing jobs with salaries varying from $75,000 to $125,000. Exxon Chief executive officer Darren Forest stated Trump’s agenda of deregulation “enhanced” his company’s investments. Shortly before departing office, former The President secured much more offshore areas from drilling, issuing a professional order in December …

Uncharted waters: restoring the deep gulf fouled by bp’s deepwater horizon spill

"We are trying to behave that we have never done before," stated Erik Cordes, a Temple College barrier expert that has studied the corals broken through the spill and labored around the government’s restoration plans. "We’re in uncharted waters here." The continental shelf drops dramatically, about 25 miles from the Louisiana coast. Miles below, there’s …