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What have we learned about the diversity of oceanic fauna of the Gulf of Mexico after Deepwater Horizon? Initial results of the NOAA Offshore Nekton Sampling and Analysis Program.
Faculty Publications
  • Tracey T. Sutton
  • April B. Cook
  • Tamara M. Frank
  • Heather L. Judkins
  • Jon A. Moore
  • Martha Nizinski
  • Theodore W. Pietsch
  • Marsh Youngbluth
SelectedWorks Author Profiles:

Heather L. Judkins

Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
2015
Date Issued
January 2015
Date Available
October 2016
Comments
Citation only. Presentation at the 2015 Joint Meetings of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists in Reno, Nevada.
Language
en_US
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0
Citation Information
Sutton, T., Cook, A.B., Frank, T.M., Judkins, H., Moore, J., Nizinski, M., Pietsch, T.W., Vecchione, M., & Youngbluth, M. (2015). What have we learned about the diversity of oceanic fauna of the Gulf of Mexico after Deepwater Horizon? Initial results of the NOAA Offshore Nekton Sampling and Analysis Program. Presentation at the 2015 Joint Meetings of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Reno, Nevada, July 19, 2015. https://conferences.k-state.edu/joint-meeting/files/2015/09/2015-JMIH-Abstract-Book-wfz4nn.pdf