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NGI is involved in numerous local, state, and regional public events such as conferences, seminars, workshops, and other educational platforms for teaching and training the public about protecting the northern Gulf of Mexico ecosystem. Most of these outreach events produce materials which we make available to the public.

The 5th Annual NOAA/NGI Gulf Hypoxia Research Coordination Workshop

Hypoxia and Mississippi River diversions are closely linked by overlap in ecosystem model domains, affected species and habitats, and by the intersection of mitigation efforts in influencing water quality (e.g. salinity and nutrient properties). The purpose of this workshop is to advance fisheries ecosystem management in the northern Gulf to inform efforts to assess and predict the potential ecological and socioeconomic effects of diversions and hypoxia.... More Info

Eco-modeling Workshop

July 2012 - An Eco-modeling Workshop was held at the Mississippi State University Science and Technology Center at Stennis Space Center for researchers from the Northern Gulf Institute, USACE Engineer Research and Development Center, and the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory... More Info

NGI/BP Gulf Research Initiative Phase I and II Education and Outreach Support

Two Year Effort - This effort supports the development and dissemination of NGI/BP Gulf Research Initiative funded projects from Phase I and Phase II. It serves as the key mechanism for NGI to summarize and publicize this substantial research endeavor... More Info

Gulf States' Seaward Boundary Changes

September 2012 - This meeting brought together legal and administrative officials to begin discussion on seaward boundary changes in the Northern Gulf of Mexico and how those changes might affect Gulf Fisheries... More Info

NOAA Operational Storm Surge Inundation Mapping Workshop Resources

March 2011 - This was a 2-day workshop to assemble Northern Gulf of Mexico researchers and agencies to discuss and catalog mapping of storm surge inundation using best practices... More Info