This book is based on an extensive review conducted by the Hypoxia Advisory Panel of the Science Advisory Board for the Environmental Protection Agency, which was chaired by the editor. It examines scientific advances that, since 2000, have increased understanding of hypoxia in the Gulf. The book discusses characterization of its cause, characterization of its nutrient fate, transport, and sources, and the scientific basis for goals and management options.
Using available data, including models, model results and uncertainty, the advisory team addresses the strengths and limitations of managing the Gulf hypoxia problem.
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