Gulf Coast

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a seashore of the Gulf of Mexico

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The book is a forceful reminder that we need more geologic input incorporated into health assessments, environmental toxicology studies, and planning and policy initiatives--as recent events on the Gulf Coast of the United States so strongly demonstrate.
Hurricane Katrina has devastated the Gulf Coast of the United States and uprooted the lives of untold thousands of our fellow citizens, and many members of the paper industry as well.
THURSDAY OIL heavyweights BP and Royal Dutch Shell bene-fited from the price of a barrel of crude rising as Hurricane Rita bore down on the Gulf coast of the United States.
Months later, in July 2005, two successive hurricanes--Dennis and Emily--struck a number of Caribbean islands, Mexico, and the Gulf Coast of the United States.
Vibrio vulnificus, the bacterium pictured here (magnified 25,000 times), inhabits warm seawater -- like that along the Gulf Coast of the United States.
The families who lives and culture depend upon the intricate web of waterways along the Gulf Coast of the United States are in a fix similar to that of the indigenous people zapped by nonstop oil spills and the oil-related pollution in the Ecuadorian rainforest," he wrote.
Centrally located on the Gulf coast of the United States, Trinity Yachts is one of the world's elite builders of custom superyachts, capable of delivering any boat design in sizes of up to 123 metres.
Hurricane Katrina has done incalculable damage to the Gulf Coast of the United States and uprooted the lives of untold thousands of our fellow citizens, and many TAPPI members as well.
Census Bureau today calculated that an estimated 13 million people in 132 counties along the Gulf Coast of the United States could face hurricane and tropical storm conditions.
August 29, 2008 marks the three-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's landfall along the Gulf Coast of the United States.
is developing a network of three liquefied natural gas receiving terminals and related natural gas pipelines along the Gulf Coast of the United States.
NEW ORLEANS -- In August 2005, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita resulted in devastating loss for the Gulf Coast of the United States.
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