Gulf 360: State of the Gulf of Mexico

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Sources: U.S. Census/TIGER (2010); INEGI (2010); ONE (2010); ESRI (2008); NationalAtlas.gov (2004); NCEAS (2008); Govt. of Canada (2010); SCT (2010); NGA (2012); Padilla y Sotello,

Sources: NCEAS, INEGI, 2010; ESRI, 2008; World Port Index (Pub 150), NGA, 2011; U.S. Census/TIGER, 2010; NationalAtlas.gov, 2004; Govt. of Canada, 2010; Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes L.S. (2010);2008; USACE (2012) (SCT), 31 2010; ONE, 2010

Roads connect major centers of population or selected frontier roads. Roads under construction are not shown. Ports for U.S. and Mexico represent major ports by tonnage in 2010. Cuban ports represent all known ports in the study area. Commercial shipping activity is based on World Meteorological Organization Voluntary Observing Ships (VOS) observations.