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A searchable database to help researchers recognize what gaps still exist in the area of research on the DWH oil spill's human impacts, to identify where additional research efforts may be needed. The database lists seven key characteristics of each project, including whom to contact to obtain more information. This resource was developed by CRGC partners.
NEW! The CRGC developed this database to assist business owners and employers, researchers, community members, and other stakeholders in locating information on the fisheries and tourism sectors, and on oil spill claims, from a wide variety of potential sources. This resource was developed by CRGC partners.
A searchable literature review, in spreadsheet format, on the health impacts of oil spills. The objective of the review, published in 2016, was to identify both what was already known about the effects of oil spills and gaps in our knowledge. This resource was developed by CRGC partners.
CRGC’s research, outreach, and education goals are aimed at helping communities across the Gulf Coast to more effectively understand, withstand, and overcome the multiple stressors brought on by major oil spills.
This resource was developed by CRGC partners.
Tulane's riverfront campus is devoted to the study and preservation of Louisiana's waterways and coast. The Bywater Institute's mission is to foster applied research and community engagement on coastal concerns as well as incubate innovation within the emerging environmental and energy sectors. Tulane University is a CRGC partner.
What were the direct impacts of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon (DH) oil spill on the Gulf fisheries industry? This paper reports results from an ex-post analysis of the spill using publicly available, routinely collected data on landings, revenues, and fishing effort for select fish species in the Gulf. This resource was developed by CRGC partners.
The Coastal Resource and Resiliency Center conducts lay health worker trainings in the coastal parishes and counties of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Its primary goal is to improve overall health outcomes in the target area, especially among disadvantaged and under-served populations. CRRC is a CRGC partner.
The LSU Department of Sociology is home to a vibrant graduate teaching program and offers the only Ph.D. in sociology in the state of Louisiana. Faculty carry out nationally and internationally recognized research on basic and applied social science questions. The department is a partner in the Consortium for Resilient Gulf Communities. LSU is a CRGC partner.
Website of The Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy (DRLA), which is dedicated to the systematic strengthening of global humanitarian leadership, a process that integrates education, research, and application – to achieve increased resilience in communities and individuals impacted by natural and manmade disasters. This resource was developed by CRGC partners.
Tulane University’s Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy (TU/DRLA) and the Consortium for Resilient Gulf Communities (CRGC) reviewed literature and compiled a bibliography pertaining to hydrocarbon events from the past three decades. This annotated bibliography includes 99 documents published from 1989-2005, drawing upon the 2010 Deepwater Horizon (DH) oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and other hydrocarbon events from across the globe. This resource was developed by CRGC partners.
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