Gulf of Mexico OCS Region Publications




WETLANDS
Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transports Processes in Coastal Navigation Canals and Connectivity to Surrounding Wetland Landscapes in South Louisiana Using Houma Navigation Canal as a Surrogate. OCS Study BOEM 2014-607. Gregg A. Snedden. 2014. U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, New Orleans, LA. 84 pp. Available from GOMR on compact disc ($15) and on the Internet. PDF Technical
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 Dispersion in Broad, Shallow Estuaries: A Model Study. OCS Study MMS 2001-054. Masimichi Inoue, William J. Wiseman, Jr., Dongho Park, Dubravo Justic, and Gregg Stone. (2001) 54 p. PDF Technical
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Economic and Social Consequences of the Oil Spill in Lake Barre, Louisiana. OCS Study MMS 99-0028. Allan G. Pulsipher, Deborah Tootle, and Richard Pincomb. (1999) 32 p. PDF   Technical
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Effects and Management of Oil Spills in Marsh Ecosystems; A Review Produced from a Workshop Convened July 1996 at McNeese State University. OCS Study MMS 98-0018. C. Edward Proffitt, ed. (1998) 45 p. PDF Technical
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Feasibility of Using Remote-Sensing Techniques for Shoreline Delineation and Coastal Habitat Classification for Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) Mapping (Coastal Marine Institute). OCS Study MMS 2005-047. Katherine Born-Phillips, Chris Locke, Jacqueline Michel, DeWitt Braud. (2007) 65 p. PDF Technical
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High-Resolution Integrated Hydrology–Hydrodynamic Model: Development and Application to Barataria Basin, Louisiana (Coastal Marine Institute).  OCS Study MMS 2004-063.  Dongho Park, Masamichi Inoue, William J. Wiseman, Jr., Dubravko Justic, and Gregg Stone.  (2004)  73 p. PDF Technical
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Outer Continental Shelf Pipelines Crossing the Louisiana Coastal Zone: A Geographical Information System Approach, Final Report. OCS Study MMS 2002-038. R. Hampton Peele, John I. Snead, and Weiwen Feng. (2002) 1 compact disc. PDF Technical
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Potential for Accelerated Bioremediation and Restoration of Oil-Impacted Marshes through the Selection of Superior Oil-Tolerant Vegetation (Coastal Marine Institute). OCS Study MMS 2000-042. Mark W. Hester, Quixam Lin, Irving A. Mendellsohn, and Dennis J. DesRoches. (2000) 47 p. PDF   Technical Summary
Survival of a Hydrogen-Utilizing Bacterium when Introduced into Native and Foreign Environments (Coastal Marine Institute). OCS Study MMS 2001-094. Paul A. LaRock and Lisa S. Donovan. (2002) 52 p. PDF Technical
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WORST CASE DISCHARGE
Experimental Investigation of Two-Phase Flows in Large-Diameter Pipes and Evaluation of Flow Models Applied to Worst-Case-Discharge Calculations. Paulo J. Waltrich, Richard Hughes, Mayank Tyagi, Seung Kam, Wesley Williams, Pedro Cavalcanti de Sousa, Muhammad Zulqarnain, Woochan Lee, and Matheus Sigaki Capovilla. 2016. U.S. Report Prepared under Contract Award: M15PC00007 By: Craft & Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge For: The US Department of the Interior Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Gulf of Mexico OCS Region. PDF
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