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.
Ecophys.Fish: A simulation model of fish growth in time-varying environmental regimes. 2004. TAMU-SG-12-893. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 12:233-288, 2004. : T.S. Brandes, B.J. Burke, S.R. Craig, L.V. Dimichele, K/ Duchon, R.E. Edwards, L.P. Fontaine, D.M. Gatlin, III, C. Hutchins, J.M. Miller, W.H. Neill, B. Ponwith, C.J. Stahl, J.R. Tomasso, R.R. Vega
The ectoparasitic gastropod Boonea (Odostmia) impressa: population ecology and the influence of parasitism on oyster growth rates. October 1984. TAMU-SG-85-808. Marine Ecology 5 (3): 283-299 : M. White, E. Powell, C. Kitting
Edwardsiella tarda in freshwater catfish and their environment. October 1979. TAMU-SG-80-802. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 38(4): 710-714 : Lawrence Wyatt, Ranzell Nickelson II , Carl Vanderzant
Effect of carbon dioxide on growth-rates of selected microorganisms isolated from black drum (Pogonias cromis). October 1986 . TAMU-SG-87-831. Journal of Food Protection 49(10): 806-810 : M. Lannelongue, G. Finne
Effect of dissolved organic matter on the uptake of trace metals by American oysters. 2001. TAMU-SG-02-806. Environmental Science and Technology (35): 885-893 : L. Guo, B. Hunt, P. Santschi, S. Ray
Effect of dissolved organic matter on the uptake of trace metals by American oysters. 2001. TAMU-SG-02-806. Environmental Science and Technology, 35:885-893 : G. Laodong, B.J. Hunt, P.H. Santschi, S.M. Ray