GCRLGestion Conseil Robert Lamarre (French: Robert Lamarre Management Board; Canada)
GCRLGulf Coast Research Laboratory (Ocean Springs, Mississippi)
GCRLGaza Center for Rights and Law (est. 1985)
GCRLGulf Canada Resources, Limited
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Aquacultured megalopae were reared in hatcheries in Baltimore, MD (Center of Marine Biotechnology, University of Maryland), and in Ocean Springs, MS (GCRL, University of Southern Mississippi).
affinis samples fell on the left side of the MDS, with the majority of these samples constituting the Fish Pass (GCRL 15252) and the Upper Laguna Madre (TAIA 5307) collections.
Wild red snapper larvae were obtained from plankton samples collected in the GOM by the Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program (SEAMAP) and GCRL. Samples were collected with bongo and neuston nets at stations 56 km apart by using standard SEAMAP collection procedures (Richards, 1984; Richards et al., 1993).
The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) Gulf Coast Research Laboratory's (GCRL) J.L.
Once the topic was identified, production of the video segment began with an interview of Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) personnel and gathering of necessary graphics and materials.
On August 29, 2006, Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL), approximately fifty years from the day that the Mississippi Academy of Sciences (MAS) officially dedicated the lab.
An interim facility is now operating as the MEC & A at the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) in Ocean Springs, MS.
quarterly and annual reports, brochures, maps, correspondence, and reprints of scientific and popular works written by GCRL staff.
Heart rates were measured at the time of capture, immediately after transportation to GCRL, and after acclimation to laboratory conditions for 24 hours.
Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) cultures red snapper larvae at 30-35 ppt to match conditions in the wild.
Red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus, larviculture at the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) uses 25 ppt artificial salt water and mixed zooplankton, primarily Acartia tonsa, a calanoid copepod.