Texas Sea Grant-funded researchers have published their research findings in many prestigious peer-reviewed journals. They are listed alphabetically by title.
To request a reprint of an article on this list, please contact the National Sea Grant Library.
Dispersive behaviors of black drum and red drum: Is otolith Sr:Ca a reliable indicator of salinity history?. 2004. TAMU-SG-12-870. Estuaries and Coasts, 27(2):334-341 : J.R. Rooker, R. Kraus, D.H. Secor
Dissolved organic matter in estuaries of the Gulf of Mexico. 1999. TAMU-SG-01-804. Biogeochemistry of Gulf of Mexico Estuaries: 269-299 : L. Guo, P. Santschi, T. Bianchi
Distinguishing autochthony, parautochthony and allochthony using taphofacies analysis: can cold seep assemblages be discriminated from assemblages of the nearshore and continental shelf?. 1992. TAMU-SG-93-810. Palaios (7): 409-421 : W. Callender, E. Powell, G. Staff, D. Davies
Distribution, condition, and growth of newly settled southern flounder (Paralichthys lethostigma) in the Galveston Bay Estuary, Texas. 2008. TAMU-SG-12-875. Journal of Sea Research, 59(4):259-268 : L.A. Glass, J.R. Rooker, R.T. Kraus, G.J. Holt
Distribution of Perkinsus marinus in Gulf coast oyster populations. June 1989. TAMU-SG-90-826. Estuaries 12(2): 82-91 : A. Craig, E. Powell, R. Fay, J. Brooks
The distribution of Perkinsus marinus in Gulf Coast oysters: its relationship with temperature, reproduction, and pollutant body burden. 1990. TAMU-SG-92-807. International Revue ges. Hydrobiologique 75 (4): 533-550 : E. Wilson, E. Powell, M. Craig, T. Wade, J. Brooks