An Interagency Response to Assess Environmental Impacts of Hurricane Katrina. Russell Callender January 18, 2006. Director, Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment NOAA Ocean Service. Hurricane Effects in an Ecosystem Context. Pollution Issues Subject to Sampling.
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An Interagency Response to Assess Environmental Impacts of Hurricane Katrina
January 18, 2006
Hydrocarbon Releases Requiring Response
Joint NOAA Cruises and Related Sampling – OAR, NMFS, and NOS Response Aboard the RV Nancy Foster
NOAA Ship NANCY FOSTER
Cruise 9/12-9/16 2005
Science Personnel from Miami (OAR), Seattle (NMFS),
Pascagoula (NMFS), Woods Hole (NMFS)
Stations Sampled by the Nancy Foster
Bi-weekly sampling underway
Assessment of the Effects of Hurricane Katrina on Coastal Ecosystems –OSV Bold
Measured in American Oyster
Chlorophyll a SEAWIFS SatelliteSeptember 26, 2005