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Water quality monitoring and data collection in the Mississippi sound

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Michael S. Runner, and R. Creswell, 2002, Water quality monitoring and data collection in the Mississippi sound: iss. 53.

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The United States Geological Survey and the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources are collecting data on the quality of the water in the Mississippi Sound of the Gulf of Mexico, and streamflow data for its tributaries. The U.S. Geological Survey is collecting continuous water-level data, continuous and discrete water-temperature data, continuous and discrete specific-conductance data, as well as chloride and salinity samples at two locations in the Mississippi Sound and three Corps of Engineers tidal gages. Continuous-discharge data are also being collected at two additional stations on tributaries. The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources collects water samples at 169 locations in the Gulf of Mexico. Between 1800 and 2000 [...]

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conferenceMeeting of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute
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