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.
Metabolic programming mediated by an essential fatty acid alters body composition and survival skills of a marine fish. November 2015. TAMU-SG-15-810. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282: 20151414 : Lee A. Fuiman, Kestrel O. Perez
Metabolic requirement for protein by Pacific white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei. March 2002 . TAMU-SG-02-813. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Aquaculture Nutrition: 19-22 : N. Kureshy, D. Davis
A methanotrophic marine molluscan (Bivalvia, Mytilidae) symbiosis: mussels fueled by gas. September 1986 . TAMU-SG-87-812. Science (233): 1306-1308 : J. Childress, C. Fisher, J. Brooks, M. Kennicutt II, R. Bidigare, A. Anderson
A method for detecting recent changes in contemporary effective population size from linkage disequilibrium at linked and unlinked loci. May 2016. TAMU-SG-16-809. Heredity 117: 207-216 : C.M. Hollenbeck, D.S. Portnoy, J.R. Gold
Method for estimating future hurricane flood probabilities and associated uncertainty. 2013. TAMU-SG-13-801. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, 139:126-134 : J.L. Irish, D.T. Resio
Mexican shrimp, Texas shrimpers, and maritime conflict: the creation of a white collar crime. 1989. TAMU-SG-90-832. Deviant Behavior (10): 211-232 : B. Crouch