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Mississippi Tide Tables Request Form

If you would like to receive a printed version of the 2019 Mississippi Tide Tables by mail, please fill out and submit the form below.

The deadline for submissions for this form is September 1, 2018

Please note that you will need to re-submit each year to receive a printed version of the current Mississippi Tide Tables.

If you miss the submission deadline for a printed version of the Tide Tables, we will have a very limited amount of copies available to mail. Please contact Eric Sparks at eric.sparks@msstate.edu or 228-388-4710 for more information.

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A left hand holds a mostly red fish down with a right hand marking the tail’s end on a measuring tape.
Filed Under: Marine Resources August 3, 2018

Scientists have embarked on a colossal research project to estimate the abundance of red snapper, the most sought-after offshore fish in the U.S. controlled waters in the Gulf of Mexico.

White V-shaped waves trail behind a boat on a sea of blue.
Filed Under: Marine Resources June 1, 2018

BILOXI, Miss. -- In everyday life, “don’t make waves” means don’t cause trouble. On the water in no-wake zones, it means basically the same thing.

Wakes are waves created as vessels travel through the water. A no-wake zone is an area where vessels are expected to travel slowly to minimize wakes.

Small body of water with tall grass nearest the camera and mostly bare trees on the other side.
Filed Under: Environment, Marine Resources May 25, 2018

BILOXI, Miss. -- Coastal areas are dynamic in nature, which means they are constantly changing.

A fitting example of the dynamics of coastlines can be found by looking at historical, but relatively recent, aerial photos of Pelican Island off Dauphin Island, Alabama.

An orange sunset on Biloxi beach with the Gulf of Mexico in the background.
Filed Under: Community, Natural Resources, Environment, Marine Resources, Waste Management April 10, 2018

When I think of the beach, I picture soft, white sand and pristine, blue water. But our beaches and oceans have a dirty little secret: trash.
 
That’s right, several tons of trash end up in our waterways and on our beaches every year in Mississippi. In 2017 alone, volunteers with the Mississippi Coastal Cleanup collected 13 tons of trash from 40 sites along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. This trash isn’t just unsightly. It threatens the Gulf Coast’s ecosystem.
 

Filed Under: Commercial Fruit and Nuts, Green Industry, Organic Fruit and Vegetables, Other Vegetables, Corn, Cotton, Nuts, Peanuts, Soybeans, Equine, Goats and Sheep, Poultry, Lawn and Garden, Forestry, Seafood Economics, Seafood Harvesting and Processing March 7, 2018

ELLISVILLE, Miss. -- Mississippi State University representatives met with agricultural clients in Ellisville recently to discuss research and education needs for 2018. More than 115 individuals attended this year's event.

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