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.
Independent versus socially facilitated oceanic migrations of the olive ridley, Lepidochelys olivacea. 1995 . TAMU-SG-96-805. Marine Biology (122): 137-143 : P. Plotkin, R. Byles, D. Rostal , D. Owens
Indicator bacteria and the occurrence of viruses in marine water. 1980. TAMU-SG-80-834. Aquatic Microbial Ecology: 348-355 : C. Gerba
Infection of phytoplankton by viruses and reduction of primary productivity. October 1990 . TAMU-SG-91-809. Nature 347(6292): 467-469 : Curtis Suttle , Amy Chan , Mathew Cottrell
Influence of estuarine sediment on virus survival under field conditions. April 1980. TAMU-SG-80-816. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 39(4): 749-755 : R. LaBelle , C. Gerba
Influence of major storm events on the quantity and composition of particular organic matter in the Mission-Aransas Estuary. December 2016. TAMU-SG-16-913. M.S. thesis, The University of Texas at Austin : Nicolas Eduardo Reyna
Influence of major storm events on the quantity and composition of particulate organic matter and the phytoplankton community in a subtropical estuary, Texas. February 2017. TAMU-SG-17-808. Frontiers in Marine Science 4(43) : Nicolas E. Reyna, Amber K. Hardison, Zhanfei Liu