2009 NGI Annual Conference Papers
May 20 - 21, 2010
Building a comprehensive database on the early life stages of fishes in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Why?
Building a comprehensive database on the early life stages of fishes in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Metamorphosis
Cross-shelf reef fish community structure and demographics on natural reefs off northwest Florida
Temperature and Salinity Effects on the Growth and Survival of Juvenile Penaeid Shrimps: Implications for the Influence of River Diversions on Production.
Evaluation and prediction of sediment and phosphorus loads within the Town Creek watershed, MS.
Ramirez-Avila, John J.
Methylmercury and Total Mercury in the Water and Sediments of Mobile Bay.
Size and composition of colloidal organic matter and iron in the Mississippi and Pearl rivers and the northern Gulf of Mexico.
The effects of Hurricane Gustav and Ike on sediment grain size, percent organic matter, nutrients, Chlorophyll a and algal species composition in a Louisiana, shallow coastal bay.
Barataria Estuary Water Quality
Turner, R. Eugene
Monitoring and Assessment of Coastal and Marine Ecosystems in the Northern Gulf
Investigating Material Exchange Between Salt Marshes and Water Bodies: A case study in Breton Sound Basin
Progress in the development of the Northern Gulf of Mexico model and basin-wide OSSE capabilities.
Watershed Modeling Improvements to Enhance Coastal Ecosystems - Project Overview
Creating a Simplified Hydrologic Assessment Tool to Assist the Development Industry Design and Build More Sustainable Communities.
Modeling Mobile Bay Sediments and Pollutants with New Technologies
Oyster Reef and Estuarine Landscape Restoration.
Concentration-Correction in Trophic Analyses.
Biomagnificaiton of Mercury in the Mobile Bay Ecosystem.
Flux by Fin: Fish mediated nutrient flux in the northeast Gulf of Mexico.
Temporal and Spatial trends in plankton and fish community composition and primary production in two Louisiana estuary systems: Breton Sound and Barataria Bay.
2-D and 3-D Coupled Hydrodynamic-Water Quality Models for Coastal Gulf of Mexico.
Cold-front-induced Flushing of the Louisiana Estuaries.
Spatial Technology and High Performance Computing for Improving Prediction of Surface Water Quality (Project Overview).
High-resolution modeling of the Florida Big Bend region
HABS and Hazards
Development of Molecular Assays to Monitor Waters for Threats to Human Health.
Changes in the phytoplankton community and harmful algal species of a Louisiana estuary influenced by nutrient loaded fresh Mississippi River water.
Satellite and In Situ Optical Assessment of Algal Bloom Events in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.
Tracking the Sources of Human Pollution and Pathogens Along Mississippi Beaches.
What are Barrier Islands Worth? Estimates of Willingness to Pay for Restoration.
Which Forecast Factors Influence Hurricane Evacuation Decisions?
Evaluation of Non-Governmental Organization Approaches to Effective Outreach and Watershed Improvement.
Land Use Codes and Ecological Services: Actively Engaging the Opportunities and Constraints of Restoring Ecological Function through Responsible Site Design.
Education and Outreach
A new WAVCIS Ocean Observing Station for Breton Sound, Louisiana.
A First Look at Data from the FSU Northeastern Gulf of Mexico Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer Observatory.
Southeastern Atmospheric Mercury Consortium: Flight Plans over Northern Gulf Coasts and Florida.
A Proposed New Storm Surge Scale. 07-MSU-09. Geosystems Research Institute - Mississippi State University.
Using FlowVis Techniques to study Hurricane cases. 07-MSU-06. GeoResources Institute, High Performance Computing - Mississippi State University.
Improving the Understanding of Hurricanes: Visualizing WISDOM and UAS. 07-MSU-06. Geosystems Research Institute - Mississippi State University.
WISDOMWeather In-Situ Deployment Optimization Method for Improved Hurricane Track Forecasting. 07-MSU-06. Geosystems Research Institute - Mississippi State University.
Metadata and Ontology
Advanced Information Semantic Middleware and Tools for Coastal Sensor Web.
Making Metadata Creation and Data Archival an Integral Part of the Research Process at Dauphin Island Sea Lab.
Machine Learning-Based Ontology Mapping Tool to Resolve Heterogeneities in Coastal Sensor Networks.
Identifying Critical Habitat across Multiple Scales for Estuarine-dependent Fishes with a Landscape Modeling Approach.
Lagrangian Particle-Tracking of Larval Fish and Shrimp in the northern Gulf of Mexico: the Combined Role of Tide, Wind, and Animal Behavior.