- Press releases
25, 2006 press release. One Year
Anniversary: NOAA Gulf Fish Surveys continue to show NO Negative impact on seafood
19, 2006 Latest
tests of NOAA Gulf Fish Surveys show NO Negative
impact on seafood quality.
15, 2005 Testimony of DR. William Hogarth, Asst.
Administrator, National Marine Fisheries Service,
NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce on effects
of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on the fishing
industry and fishing communities in the Gulf of Mexico before
the subcommittee on Fisheries and Oceans,
Committee on Resources, United States
House of Representative.
26, 2005 Initial
White Shrimp samples from Mississippi Sound show
no elevated contaminants.
11, 2005 First sample tests of Gulf of Mexico
fish after Katrina find no E. Coli, low
levels of contaminants
4, 2005 Hurricane Rita triggers additional fishery failure
and fishery resource disaster declaration in Lousiana and Texas
September 2005 First test of Gulf of Mexico fish after Katrina
finds no elevated hydrocarbon contaminants.
NOAA to study effects of hurricane Katrina.
Biologists will look at marine resources and contaminants.
- Archived NOAA Press releases
- Post hurricane aerial photography
- Fisheries disaster declaration