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.
Modeling low impact development at the small-watershed scale: Implications for the decision making process. December 2014. TAMU-SG-14-904. Dissertation, Texas A&M University : Mijin Seo
Modeling oyster populations. I: A commentary on filtration rate. Is faster always better?. 1992. TAMU-SG-93-818. Journal of Shellfish Research 11 (2): 387-398 : E. Powell, E. Hofmann, J. Klinck, S. Ray
Modeling oyster populations II. adult size & reproductive effort. October 1994. TAMU-SG-95-804. Journal of Shellfish Research 13(1): 165-182 : E. Hoffman , J. Klinck , S. Boyles , M. Ellis
Modeling oyster populations III. Critical feeding periods, growth and reproduction. 1992. TAMU-SG-93-819. Journal of Shellfish Research 11 (2): 399-416 : E. Hofmann, E. Powell, J. Klinck, E. Wilson
Modeling oyster populations IV: rates of mortality, population crashes and management. October 1994. TAMU-SG-95-801. Fishery Bulletin (92): 347-373 : Eric N. Powell, John M. Klinck, Eileen E. Hofmann, Sammy M. Ray
Modeling oyster populations: the effect of density and food supply on production. 1992. TAMU-SG-93-803. Klinck Proceedings of the Advanced Marine Technology Conference (5): 85-105 : J. Klinck, E. Powell, E. Hofmann, E. Wilson, S. Ray