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The Gulf of Mexico (Spanish: Golfo de México) is an ocean basin largely surrounded by the ..... The continental shelf is quite wide at most points along the coast, most notably at the Florida a...

48 facts you should know about the Gulf of Mexico, from sunken ...

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Oct 11, 2011 ... Did you know that the Gulf of Mexico is the ninth largest body on the planet, and supports some of the largest fisheries in the world? The Gulf is ...

Gulf of Mexico Facts - Gulf of Mexico Foundation

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The greatest distance across the Gulf is approximately 1,000 miles going east to west. ... The Gulf of Mexico links the ports of five southern U.S states (Florida, ...

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Mar 6, 2014 ... This GoPro video was taken to see what kind of life is in the Gulf of Mexico. It survived the drop to a water depth of 350 feet.

10 Geographic Facts About the Gulf of Mexico - Geography

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6) The Gulf of Mexico features a wide continental shelf, specifically around Florida and the Yucatán Peninsula. Because this continental shelf easily accessible, ...

Unique Facts about Mexico: Gulf of Mexico - Sheppard Software

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The Gulf of Mexico is a major body of water bordered and nearly landlocked by North ... The continental shelf is quite wide at most points along the coast.

Gulf of Mexico sea creature spotted 5,000ft below the ocean's ...

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Jun 19, 2014 ... Deep sea species was seen gliding through the Gulf of Mexico; Hexagonal pattern ... Unexpected: The jellyfish can grow to 2ft wide and is more ...

Geologic Beginnings of the Gulf of Mexico with Emphasis on the ...

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Aug 14, 2013 ... The Gulf of Mexico is a ~3,400 m deep, semi-enclosed ocean basin ... on the east both supporting very wide shallow, submerged shelves.

EPA's Work in the Gulf of Mexico | US EPA

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Aug 15, 2016 ... The Gulf of Mexico Program has collaborated with the Gulf of Mexico Community- based Restoration Partnership, as well as state and federal ...

15 Creatures in the Gulf of Mexico that are Stranger Than Fiction ...

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The Gulf of Mexico coastal region is known for its seafood—shrimp, spiny lobsters, crawfish and oysters—just to name a few. Crawfish and shrimp boils, where ...

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GulfBase - General Facts about the Gulf of Mexico

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The Gulf of Mexico is a Mediterranean-type sea located at the southeastern .... The Gulf of Mexico ecosystem provides a wide array of valuable resources to the  ...

Gulf of Mexico | gulf, North America | Britannica.com

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Gulf of Mexico, Spanish Golfo de México, partially landlocked body of water on the southeastern ... Both of these channels are about 100 miles (160 km) wide.

Gulf of Mexico - World Atlas

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The Gulf of Mexico covers a surface area of 579,153 sq. miles (1.5 million sq km), and is measured 994 miles (1,600 km) west to east, and 559 miles (900 km) ...