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Title: Beyond the horizon: A forum to discuss a potential network of special ocean places to strengthen the ecology, economy and culture of the Gulf of Mexico.
Authors: Ritchie, Kimberly B.
Kiene, William E.
Earle, Sylvia
Keywords: oil spill
oil pollution
marine pollution
marine ecology
marine ecosystem
marine restoration
BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill
Gulf of Mexico
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL
Series/Report no.: Mote Technical Report;No. 1488
Abstract: This report is the proceedings of a two day workshop held May 11-13, 2011, at the Keating Education Center, Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, Florida. “Beyond the Horizon,” was a forum convened by Mote, the Harte Research Institute, the University of South Florida College of Marine Sciences and the National Marine Sanctuaries Foundation. It represents a commitment to the Gulf of Mexico and to the Nation whose economy depends on the abundant natural resources in the Gulf. This action will assist the restoration of the Gulf's marine environment following the devastating oil spill in 2010 and enhance its resiliency to future disturbances. Most significantly, this effort is a collaborative process that involves the oil and gas industry, commercial and recreational fishermen, and the communities of the Gulf Coast to enhance the economic benefits and protection of the Gulf's vital natural systems.
Description: Two pdfs. One is the main document that is 138 p. This contains a table of contents, maps, charts, photos and colored illustrations. The second is a brochure that is 6 p. It contains colored photos, illustrations and a map.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/3185
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