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USA Gulf Coast & Beaches
Published: 2009/10/12
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SkyWise Weather for the Gulf Coast
SkyWise Weather for the Gulf Coast
Published: 2017/08/19
Channel: Wochit News
Sea level rise on the US Gulf Coast
Sea level rise on the US Gulf Coast
Published: 2007/11/02
Channel: Pangloss Tech
HouseSmarts "Architecture Across America - Gulf Coast" Episode 154
HouseSmarts "Architecture Across America - Gulf Coast" Episode 154
Published: 2015/10/30
Channel: HouseSmartsTV
WELCOME TO BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI, USA
WELCOME TO BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI, USA
Published: 2016/01/24
Channel: Chris RoadWarrior
Beaches of the Gulf Coast
Beaches of the Gulf Coast
Published: 2015/09/28
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Grand Isle. The Gulf Coast. Scenic Views. Louisiana Culture.
Grand Isle. The Gulf Coast. Scenic Views. Louisiana Culture.
Published: 2014/04/16
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Gulf Coast of the United States
Gulf Coast of the United States
Published: 2016/08/22
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Texas Travel Gulf Coast Edition
Texas Travel Gulf Coast Edition
Published: 2012/07/08
Channel: Michael G
5 Most Dangerous Gulf Coast Marine Animals
5 Most Dangerous Gulf Coast Marine Animals
Published: 2015/05/13
Channel: TripShock! Gulf Coast
GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI, USA
GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI, USA
Published: 2016/02/13
Channel: Chris RoadWarrior
MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST, MS, USA
MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST, MS, USA
Published: 2016/04/11
Channel: Chris RoadWarrior
GulfCoast Finally Producing!
GulfCoast Finally Producing!
Published: 2017/01/25
Channel: Gromzilla
1/28/2014 -- Winter Weather Outbreak along the Gulf Coast / Southern USA
1/28/2014 -- Winter Weather Outbreak along the Gulf Coast / Southern USA
Published: 2014/01/28
Channel: dutchsinse
Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmer ( Americas, Gulf Coast )
Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmer ( Americas, Gulf Coast )
Published: 2016/05/25
Channel: Robert Keller
Visiting Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo in Gulf Shores, Alabama, United States
Visiting Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo in Gulf Shores, Alabama, United States
Published: 2016/09/22
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Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana Gulf Coast from 35,000 ft -  YouTube
Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana Gulf Coast from 35,000 ft - YouTube
Published: 2014/03/12
Channel: JCVdude
Tropical Storm Cindy brings rain, flooding dangers to Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm Cindy brings rain, flooding dangers to Gulf Coast
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: ABC News
Experience Florida
Experience Florida's Gulf Coast | WestJet Vacations
Published: 2012/08/23
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Flight Over East Coast of United States at Night
Flight Over East Coast of United States at Night
Published: 2015/01/29
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Surfing the Florida Gulf Coast!
Surfing the Florida Gulf Coast!
Published: 2017/01/25
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Tropical Storm Cindy Could Bring Life-Threatening Flooding To US Gulf Coast | NBC Nightly News
Tropical Storm Cindy Could Bring Life-Threatening Flooding To US Gulf Coast | NBC Nightly News
Published: 2017/06/22
Channel: NBC News
Harrah
Harrah's Gulf Coast - Hotel in Biloxi (Mississippi), United States
Published: 2017/01/04
Channel: Everywhere I go
GREENISH-BLUE epic spearfishing Florida
GREENISH-BLUE epic spearfishing Florida's gulf coast
Published: 2015/09/10
Channel: Courtland Hunt
Gulf Coast Surf 12-27-2012
Gulf Coast Surf 12-27-2012
Published: 2012/12/29
Channel: Greg Heine
Gulf Coast 02
Gulf Coast 02
Published: 2017/01/09
Channel: AETN
Worst Ride Ever . . . Biking Florida
Worst Ride Ever . . . Biking Florida's Gulf Coast
Published: 2013/03/13
Channel: DreamBigTour
Tropical Storm Cindy Churns In Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm Cindy Churns In Gulf Coast
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: CBS New York
AMERICA
AMERICA'S TSUNAMI | Katrina +7: Mississippi's Gulf Coast
Published: 2012/08/27
Channel: Newsocracy
Hurricane Warning Posted for Gulf Coast
Hurricane Warning Posted for Gulf Coast
Published: 2008/08/31
Channel: Associated Press
Tropical Storm Cindy takes aim at Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm Cindy takes aim at Gulf Coast
Published: 2017/06/20
Channel: CBS Evening News
Gulf Coast of Florida
Gulf Coast of Florida
Published: 2007/01/27
Channel: David Baker
Gulf Coast Tour
Gulf Coast Tour '15
Published: 2015/08/24
Channel: Michael King
Tropical Storm Cindy Floods Gulf Coast States
Tropical Storm Cindy Floods Gulf Coast States
Published: 2017/06/22
Channel: Associated Press
Tropical storm Cindy hits Gulf coast as southwest faces heat wave
Tropical storm Cindy hits Gulf coast as southwest faces heat wave
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: CBS News
Tropical Storm Cindy brings heavy rain, risk of flooding to Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm Cindy brings heavy rain, risk of flooding to Gulf Coast
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: CBS Evening News
Florida Travel: Welcome to St. George Island on the Gulf Coast
Florida Travel: Welcome to St. George Island on the Gulf Coast
Published: 2016/10/14
Channel: VISIT FLORIDA
Alabama Gulf Coast Vacation Ideas
Alabama Gulf Coast Vacation Ideas
Published: 2016/07/27
Channel: NewsChannel 5
Ending veteran homelessness on the Gulf Coast
Ending veteran homelessness on the Gulf Coast
Published: 2016/11/11
Channel: Community Solutions
Mrs. Gulf Coast America 2016
Mrs. Gulf Coast America 2016
Published: 2015/12/15
Channel: Jaimee Dorris
Toxic - NOASB (2017) | Battle of the Gulf Coast
Toxic - NOASB (2017) | Battle of the Gulf Coast
Published: 2017/06/18
Channel: trin.t productions
Tropical Storm Cindy heads towards northern Gulf coast
Tropical Storm Cindy heads towards northern Gulf coast
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: FOX 4 Now
Part 4 - "Spindrift" sailing adventure to Ship Island, Mississippi Gulf Coast
Part 4 - "Spindrift" sailing adventure to Ship Island, Mississippi Gulf Coast
Published: 2011/11/28
Channel: seatosummit100
Starboy - NOASB (2017) | Battle of the Gulf Coast
Starboy - NOASB (2017) | Battle of the Gulf Coast
Published: 2017/06/19
Channel: trin.t productions
Tropical Storm Cindy Moving Towards Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm Cindy Moving Towards Gulf Coast
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: CBS New York
Gulf Coast braces for Tropical Storm Cindy
Gulf Coast braces for Tropical Storm Cindy
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: FOX 4 News - Dallas-Fort Worth
USDA Gulf Coast Ecosystem Initiative
USDA Gulf Coast Ecosystem Initiative
Published: 2012/01/19
Channel: USDA
Gulf Coast Chapter Public Relations Professionals of America
Gulf Coast Chapter Public Relations Professionals of America
Published: 2017/07/16
Channel: Social-Impact
Gulf Coast 01
Gulf Coast 01
Published: 2017/01/09
Channel: AETN
Relaxation in the Texas Gulf Coast - Freeport, TX
Relaxation in the Texas Gulf Coast - Freeport, TX
Published: 2015/12/25
Channel: State Parkers
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Gulf Coast megaregion
Megaregion
States that border the Gulf of Mexico are shown in red.
States that border the Gulf of Mexico are shown in red.
Coordinates: 30°N 90°W / 30°N 90°W / 30; -90Coordinates: 30°N 90°W / 30°N 90°W / 30; -90
Country  United States
States  Alabama
 Florida
 Louisiana
 Mississippi
 Texas
Principal cities Houston
New Orleans
Baton Rouge
Largest city Houston
Largest metropolitan area Greater Houston
Night time astronaut image of the northern Gulf coast.

The Gulf Coast of the United States is the coastline along which the Southern United States meets the Gulf of Mexico. The coastal states that have a shoreline on the Gulf of Mexico are Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, and these are known as the Gulf States.

The economy of the Gulf Coast area is dominated by industries related to energy, petrochemicals, fishing, aerospace, agriculture, and tourism. The large cities of the region are (from west to east) Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Houston, Galveston, Beaumont, Lafayette, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Biloxi, Mobile, Pensacola, St. Petersburg, Tampa, and increasingly, Sarasota; all are the centers of their respective metropolitan areas and contain large ports. (Baton Rouge is relatively far from the Gulf of Mexico; its port is on the Mississippi River, as is the port of New Orleans.)

Geography[edit]

The Gulf Coast is made of many inlets, bays, and lagoons. The coast is also intersected by numerous rivers, the largest of which is the Mississippi River. Much of the land along the Gulf Coast is, or was, marshland. Ringing the Gulf Coast is the Gulf Coastal Plain which reaches from Southern Texas to the western Florida Panhandle while the western portions of the Gulf Coast are made up of many barrier islands and peninsulas, including the 130 miles (210 km) Padre Island and Galveston Island located in the U.S. State of Texas. These landforms protect numerous bays and inlets providing as a barrier to oncoming waves. The central part of the Gulf Coast, from eastern Texas through Louisiana, consists primarily of marshland. The eastern part of the Gulf Coast, predominantly Florida, is dotted with many bays and inlets.

Climate[edit]

The Gulf Coast climate is humid subtropical, although the southwestern tip of Florida, such as Naples, features a tropical climate. Much of the year is warm to hot along the Gulf Coast, while the 3 winter months bring periods of cool (or rarely, cold) weather mixed with mild temperatures. The area is vulnerable to hurricanes as well as floods and severe thunderstorms. Much of the Gulf Coast has a summer precipitation maximum, with July or August commonly the wettest month due to the combination of frequent summer thunderstorms produced by relentless heat and humidity, and tropical weather systems (tropical depressions, tropical storms and hurricanes, while winter and early spring rainfall also can be heavy. This pattern is evident at New Orleans, Louisiana, Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida. However, the central and southern Florida peninsula has a pronounced winter dry season, as at Tampa and Fort Myers, Florida. On the central and southern Texas coast, winter, early spring and mid-summer are markedly drier, and September is the wettest month on average (as at Corpus Christi and Brownsville, Texas). Tornadoes are infrequent at the coast but do occur, however the frequency at which they occur in inland portions of Gulf Coast states is much greater. Over most of the Gulf Coast from Houston, Texas eastward, extreme rainfall events are a significant threat, commonly from tropical weather systems, which can bring 4 to 10 or more inches of rain in a single day. Earthquakes are extremely rare to the area, but a surprising 6.0 earthquake in the Gulf of Mexico on September 10, 2006, could be felt from the cities of New Orleans to Tampa.

Economic activities[edit]

NOAA map of the 3,856 oil and gas platforms extant off the Gulf Coast in 2006.

The Gulf Coast is a major center of economic activity. The marshlands along the Louisiana and Texas coasts provide breeding grounds and nurseries for ocean life that drive the fishing and shrimping industries. The Port of South Louisiana (Metropolitan New Orleans in Laplace) and the Port of Houston are two of the ten busiest ports in the world by cargo volume.[1] As of 2004, seven of the top ten busiest ports in the U.S. are on the Gulf Coast.[2]

The discovery of oil and gas deposits along the coast and offshore, combined with easy access to shipping, have made the Gulf Coast the heart of the U.S. petrochemical industry. The coast contains nearly 4,000 oil platforms.

Besides the above, the region features other important industries including aerospace and biomedical research, as well as older industries such as agriculture and — especially since the development of the Gulf Coast beginning in the 1920s and the increase in wealth throughout the United States — tourism.

History[edit]

Map of the Louisiana Purchase

The history of the Gulf Coast is an important part of United States history; as economically important as the Gulf Coast is to the United States today, it arguably once held an even greater position of prominence in the U.S. Before Europeans arrived in the region, the region was home to several pre-Columbian kingdoms that had extensive trade networks with empires such as the Aztecs and the Mississippi Mound Builders. Shark and alligator teeth and shells from the Gulf have been found as far north as Ohio, in the mounds of the Hopewell culture.[3]

The first Europeans to settle the Gulf Coast were primarily the French and the Spanish. The Louisiana Purchase and the Texas Revolution made the Gulf Coast a part of the United States during the first half of the 19th century. As the U.S. population continued to expand its frontiers westward, the Gulf Coast was a natural magnet in the South providing access to shipping lanes and both national and international commerce. The development of sugar and cotton production (enabled by slavery) allowed the South to prosper. By the mid 19th century the city of New Orleans, being situated as a key to commerce on the Mississippi River and in the Gulf, had become the largest U.S. city not on the Atlantic seaboard and the fourth largest in the U.S. overall.

Two major events were turning points in the earlier history of the Gulf Coast region. The first was the American Civil War, which caused severe damage to some economic sectors in the South, including the Gulf Coast. The second event was the Galveston Hurricane of 1900. At the end of the 19th century Galveston was, with New Orleans, one of the most developed cities in the region. The city had the third busiest port in the U.S.[4] and its financial district was known as the "Wall Street of the South." [5] The storm mostly destroyed the city, which has never regained its former glory, and set back development in the region.

Since these darker times the Gulf Coast has been hit with numerous other hurricanes. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast as a Category 5 hurricane. It was the most damaging storm in the history of the United States, causing upwards of $80 billion in damages, and leaving over 1,800 dead. Again in 2008 the Gulf Coast was struck by a catastrophic hurricane. Due to its immense size, Hurricane Ike caused devastation from the Louisiana coastline all the way to the Kenedy County, Texas region near Corpus Christi.[6] In addition, Ike caused flooding and significant damage along the Mississippi coastline and the Florida Panhandle[7] Ike killed 112 people and left upwards of 300 people missing, never to be found.[8] Hurricane Ike was the third most damaging storm in the history of the United States, causing more than $25 billion[9] in damage along the coast, leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless, and sparking the largest search-and-rescue operation in U.S. history.[10]

Other than the hurricanes, the Gulf Coast has redeveloped dramatically over the course of the 20th century. The gulf coast is highly populated. The petrochemical industry, launched with the major discoveries of oil in Texas and spurred on by further discoveries in the Gulf waters, has been a vehicle for development in the central and western Gulf which has spawned development on a variety of fronts in these regions. Texas in particular has benefited tremendously from this industry over the course of the 20th century and economic diversification has made the state a magnet for population and home to more Fortune 500 companies than any other U.S. state. Florida has grown as well, driven to a great extent by its long established tourism industry but also by its position as a gateway to the Caribbean and Latin America. As of 2006, these two states are the second and fourth most populous states in the nation, respectively (see this article). Other areas of the Gulf Coast have benefited less, though economic development fueled by tourism has greatly increased property values along the coast, and is now a severe danger to the valuable but fragile ecosystems of the Gulf Coast.

Metropolitan areas[edit]

The following table lists the 15 largest MSAs along the Gulf Coast.

Metropolitan Statistical Areas on the United States Gulf Coast
Rank Metropolitan Statistical Area 2009 Pop (est.) 2000 Pop Δ Pop Combined Statistical Area
1 Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX MSA 5,867,489 4,715,407 0061+24.43% Houston-Baytown-Huntsville, TX CSA
2 Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL MSA 2,747,272 2,395,997 0155+14.66% ~primary census statistical area
3 New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner, LA MSA 1,189,981 1,316,510 1090-9.61% New Orleans-Metairie-Bogalusa, LA CSA
4 Baton Rouge MSA 809,821 729,361 0114+11.03% ~primary census statistical area
5 McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX MSA 741,152 569,463 0114+30.15% primary census statistical area
6 North Port-Bradenton-Sarasota, FL MSA 688,126 589,959 0114+16.64% Sarasota-Bradenton-Punta Gorda, FL CSA
7 Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL MSA 586,908 440,888 0015+33.12% ~primary census statistical area
8 Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent, FL MSA 455,102 412,153 0258+10.42% ~primary census statistical area
9 Corpus Christi, TX MSA 416,095 403,280 0610+3.18% Corpus Christi-Kingsville, TX CSA
10 Mobile, AL MSA 411,721 399,843 0712+2.97% Mobile-Daphne-Fairhope, AL CSA
11 Brownsville–Harlingen, TX MSA 406,220 335,227 0228+18.24% ~Brownsville-Harlingen-Raymondville, TX CSA
12 Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX MSA 378,477 385,090 0896-1.72% ~primary census statistical area
13 Naples-Marco Island, FL MSA 318,537 251,377 0039+26.72% ~primary census statistical area
14 Gulfport-Biloxi, MS MSA 238,772 246,190 1017-3.01% Gulfport-Biloxi-Pascagoula, MS CSA
15 Houma-Bayou Cane-Thibodaux, LA MSA 202,973 194,477 0590+4.37% ~primary census statistical area

Transportation[edit]

Road[edit]

Major Interstates[edit]

Highway Significant Cities Served
I-2.svg Interstate 2 Harlingen
I-4.svg Interstate 4 Tampa
I-10.svg Interstate 10 Houston, Beaumont, Lake Charles, Lafayette, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Gulfport, Biloxi, Mobile, Pensacola
I-37.svg Interstate 37 Corpus Christi
I-45.svg Interstate 45 Galveston, Houston
I-65.svg Interstate 65 Mobile
I-69.svg Interstate 69 Victoria (future), Houston
I-69E.svg Interstate 69E Brownsville, Harlingen, Corpus Christi, Victoria (future)
I-75.svg Interstate 75 Naples, Fort Myers, Bradenton, St. Petersburg, Tampa

Major U.S. routes[edit]

Highway Significant Cities Served
US 29.svg U.S. 29 Pensacola
US 41.svg U.S. 41 Bradenton, Fort Myers, Naples, St. Petersburg, Tampa
US 49.svg U.S. 49 Biloxi, Gulfport
US 59.svg U.S. 59 Houston, Victoria
US 77.svg U.S. 77 Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Victoria
US 83.svg U.S. 83 Brownsville, Harlingen
US 90.svg U.S. 90 Beaumont, Biloxi, Crestview, Houma, Houston, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Mobile, New Orleans, Pascagoula, Pensacola, Thibodaux
US 98.svg U.S. 98 Fort Walton Beach, Mobile, Pensacola, Panama City

Other significant routes[edit]

Highway Significant Cities Served
Louisiana 1.svg LA 1 Grand Isle, Port Fourchon, Thibodaux
Florida 85.svg S.R. 85 Crestview, Fort Walton Beach
Texas 288.svg S.H. 288 Houston, Lake Jackson

Air[edit]

International service[edit]

International Destinations

George Bush Intercontinental Airport ArgentinaArgentina, The BahamasBahamas, BelizeBelize, BonaireBonaire, BrazilBrazil, CanadaCanada, ChinaChina, ChileChile, ColombiaColombia, Costa RicaCosta Rica, Dominican RepublicDominican Republic, EcuadorEcuador, El SalvadorEl Salvador, FranceFrance, GermanyGermany, Cayman IslandsCayman Islands, GuatemalaGuatemala, HondurasHonduras, JamaicaJamaica, JapanJapan, MexicoMexico, NetherlandsNetherlands, NicaraguaNicaragua, NigeriaNigeria, NorwayNorway, PanamaPanama, PeruPeru, QatarQatar, RussiaRussia, SingaporeSingapore, South KoreaSouth Korea, Trinidad and TobagoTrinidad and Tobago,Turks and Caicos IslandsTurks and Caicos Islands, TurkeyTurkey, United Arab EmiratesUAE, United KingdomUnited Kingdom, VenezuelaVenezuela
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport CanadaCanada, CubaCuba,[11] GermanyGermany, HondurasHonduras, MexicoMexico, PanamaPanama, United KingdomUnited Kingdom
Southwest Florida International Airport CanadaCanada, GermanyGermany
Tampa International Airport CanadaCanada, Cayman IslandsCayman Islands, United KingdomUnited Kingdom, PanamaPanama, SwitzerlandSwitzerland, CubaCuba, GermanyGermany, The BahamasBahamas, MexicoMexico, Iceland

Iceland (begins September 2017)[12]

Rail[edit]

Amtrak service[edit]

Train Route Gulf Coast Cities Served
City of New Orleans Chicago to New Orleans New Orleans
Crescent New York to New Orleans New Orleans, Picayune, MS, Slidell, LA
Sunset Limited Los Angeles to Orlando (temporarily New Orleans) Bay St. Louis, MS, Beaumont, TX, Biloxi, Crestview, FL, Gulfport, MS, Houston, Lafayette, LA, Lake Charles, LA, Baton Rouge, LA, Mobile, New Orleans, Panama City, FL, Scriever, LA, Pascagoula, MS, Pensacola

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Rosenberg, Matt (2003-06-14). "Busiest Ports in the World". Retrieved 2006-10-15. 
  2. ^ Rosenberg, Matt (14 June 2003). "Waterborne Commerce Statistics: Tonnage for Selected U.S. Ports in 2004". Retrieved 2006-10-15. 
  3. ^ Nash, Gary B. Red, White and Black: The Peoples of Early North America Los Angeles 2015. Chapter 1, p. 6
  4. ^ "The 1900 Storm". Retrieved 2006-07-11. 
  5. ^ "Galveston, Texas History". Galveston.com. Retrieved 2007-10-15. 
  6. ^ "Evacuation and Devastation in Southern Texas". Boston.com. Retrieved 2014-03-28. 
  7. ^ "Flooding in Miss. and FL". Usatoday.com. 2008-09-11. Retrieved 2014-03-28. 
  8. ^ http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/10/02/ike.missing/
  9. ^ Robbie Berg (2009-01-23). "Hurricane Ike Tropical Cyclone Report" (PDF). NHC. Retrieved 2009-09-12. 
  10. ^ Ike Evacuation and Rescue Operation
  11. ^ "New Orleans airport is one of eight given approval for Cuba flights". Retrieved 2012-01-03. 
  12. ^ Join the discussion: Click to view comments, add yours (2011-03-07). "Tampa International Airport wins approval to begin Cuba flights | Tampa Bay Times". Tampabay.com. Retrieved 2014-03-28. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Drescher, Christopher F., Stefan E. Schulenberg, and C. Veronica Smith. "The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and the Mississippi Gulf Coast: Mental health in the context of a technological disaster." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 84.2 (2014): 142.
  • Smith, F. Todd Louisiana and the Gulf South Frontier, 1500-1821 (Louisiana State University Press; 2014) 304 pages
  • Williamson, James M., and John L. Pender. "Economic Stimulus and the Tax Code The Impact of the Gulf Opportunity Zone." Public Finance Review (2014): 1091142114557724.

External links[edit]

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