The state of the Gulf of Mexico premiers on Texas PBS stations
The State of the Gulf of Mexico: America's Sea
premiers on Texas PBS stations the week of February 24, 2011
Explore the rich diversity of the Gulf - unique ecology, diverse flora and fauna and important habitats that nurture a bounty of fish and wildlife including endangered species such whooping cranes and the Kemps' Ridley sea turtle.
Examine the forces that threaten the Gulf, such as industry, pollution, powerful hurricanes, climate change and disasters such as the recent Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Explain the challenge of managing America's Sea and the collaborative efforts being made a multitude of state, federal, international, public and private entities to protect it for future generations.
TV Air Schedule for more information visit texasthestateofwater.org
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