Ecological and Economic Consequences of Hypoxia Topic 2 Report for the Integrated Assessment on Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico

@inproceedings{Daz2000EcologicalAE,
  title={Ecological and Economic Consequences of Hypoxia Topic 2 Report for the Integrated Assessment on Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico},
  author={R. M. Jim{\'e}nez D{\'i}az and Andrew R. Solow},
  year={2000}
}
This report is the second in a series of six reports developed as the scientific basis for an integrated assessment of the causes and consequences of hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico, as requested by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and as required by Section 604a of P.L. The Decision Analysis Series has been established by NOAA's Coastal Ocean Program (COP) to present documents for coastal decision makers which contain analytical treatments of major issues or topics. The… CONTINUE READING

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