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.
Does the United States have a role in expanding global aquaculture production?. 2003. TAMU-SG-04-801. “Aquaculture: Retrospective and Outlook, An Aquaculture Summit," Cheng-Sheng Lee (ed.), pp. 287-299, Asian Fisheries Society, Manila, Philippines and World Aquaculture Society, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 4-7 : R.R. Stickney
Does the US have a role in expanding global aquaculture production?. 2003. TAMU-SG-04-801. Aquaculture: Retrospective and Outlook - An Aquaculture Summit: 287-299 : Robert Stickney
Does vegetation prevent wave erosion of salt marsh edges?. 2009. TAMU-SG-12-8100. Pnas, 106(25):10109-10113. : R.A. Feagin, S.M. Lozada-Bernard, T.M. Ravens, I. Moller, K.M. Yeager, A.H. Baird
Dynamic: modeling of the Eastern Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery. 1982 . TAMU-SG-82-825. Am. J. Agricul. Econ. (64): 475-482 : V. Blomo, J. Nichols, W. Grant
Dynamics of phytoplankton succession coupled to species diversity as a system-level tool for study of Microcystis population dynamics in eutrophic lakes. 2002. TAMU-SG-12-841. Limnology and Oceanography, 47(4):1109-1118 : D.L. Roelke, Y. Buyukates
Dynamics of trace metal interactions with authigenic sulfide minerals in anoxic sediments. 1995 . TAMU-SG-96-807. Trace Metal Speciation in the Environment: 187-199 : J. Morse