Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi
Texas has 400 miles of coastline, and growing evidence shows extensive areas of hypoxia (critically low oxygen) as well as a buildup of nutrients within this complex coastal ocean of bays, estuaries and barrier islands. This project employs an underwater glider to conduct sampling, providing an early and late summer overview of coastal Texas water column carbon and nitrogen source variations, and examine how they contribute to water column hypoxia. This project will compliment sampling scheduled for summer 2016 under a separate RESTORE grant.
This map shows the location of the primary institution tasked with implementing the project.↩