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M.D.E.Q. Lifts Water Contact Advisories for Two Stations and Closure for One Station; No Stations Under Advisory
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, lifted two water contact advisories Friday for the following beach monitoring stations.
M.D.E.Q. Issues Two Water Contact Advisories and Lifts Three
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued two water contact advisories Wednesday for sampling stations in Harrison County.
M.D.E.Q. Issues Water Contact Advisory for Station in Hancock County
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued a water contact advisory Friday for a sampling station in Hancock County.
M.D.E.Q. Encourages Students to Help the Environment
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.) reached out to the community in a unique way Friday. Video Video
Mississippi Is the First Gulf State to Receive Restoration Planning Money
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.) Tuesday announced receipt of a $3.6 million grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
G.R.N. Statement on N.F.W.F. Funding for MS Restoration Planning
On Tuesday, April 8th, 2014, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (N.F.W.F.) and the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.) announced an award of $3.6 million for coastal restoration planning for Mississippi.
M.D.E.Q. Issues Water Contact Advisory for Location in Ocean Springs
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued a water contact advisory Thursday for one sampling station in Jackson County.
M.D.E.Q. Issues Water Contact Advisory For Location in Hancock County
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued a water contact advisory Thursday for one sampling station in Hancock County.
M.D.E.Q. Lifts Water Contact Advisory in Ocean Springs
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, lifted a water contact advisory Friday that was issued February 20 for the following beach monitoring station in Ocean Springs.
E.P.A. Holds Public Availability Session About Old Chemfax Property
The Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.) held a public availability session Tuesday evening at Cross Roads Elementary School in Gulfport. Video Video
M.D.E.Q. Lifts Water Contact Advisory in Gulfport
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, lifted a water contact advisory Tuesday that was issued February 12th.
M.D.E.Q. Issues Beach Closure in Pass Christian
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued a beach closure Wednesday for a section of beach in Pass Christian.
M.D.E.Q. Issues Water Contact Advisories
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued water contact advisories Wednesday for six sampling stations.
M.D.E.Q. Issues Water Contact Advisory
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (M.D.E.Q.), through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued a water contact advisory Thursday for a sampling station in Harrison County.
Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality Wants Input After the BP Oil Spill
If you have an idea for a restoration project in Mississippi, there is a new way to present it.
Stanford University Researchers, NOAA Scientists Discover Mechanism of Crude Oil Heart Toxicity
While studying the impact of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill on tuna, a research team led by Barbara Block, a professor of marine sciences, discovered that crude oil interrupts a cellular pathway that allows fish heart cells to beat effectively.
M.D.E.Q. To Host Informational Session and Community Forum for Jackson County Residents
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) will host an Informational Session and Community Open Forum on Monday, February 17, in Pascagoula to provide residents of the area an opportunity to discuss environmental complaints and concerns as well as solutions for nuisances such as odors, dust, and noise.
M.D.E.Q. Issues Water Contact Advisory for Location in Gulfport
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued a water contact advisory Wednesday for one sampling station in Harrison County.
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