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.
Movements of Kemp’s ridley sea turtles nesting on the upper Texas coast: implications for management. 2008. TAMU-SG-12-822. Endangered Species Research, 4(1/2):73-84 : E.E. Seney, A.M. Landry, Jr.
The M/V “Wellwood” grounding: a sanctuary case study. 1988. TAMU-SG-88-812. Oceanus 31(1): 35-41 : S. Gittings, T. Bright
Natural organic matter binding of trace metals and trace organic contaminants in estuaries. 1999. TAMU-SG-01-801. Biogeochemistry of Gulf of Mexico Estuaries: 347-377 : P. Santschi, L. Guo, J. Means, M. Ravichandran
Nesting physiology of Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles, Lepidochelys kempi, at Rancho Nuevo, Tamaulipas, Mexico, with observations on population estimates. December 1997 . TAMU-SG-98-812. Chelonian Conservation and Biology: International Journal of Turtle and Tortoise Research 2(4):538-547 : David Rostal , Janice Grumbles , Richard Byles , René Márquez-M., David Owens
A new spin on the optimization of plant-protein-based diets for red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus L.. August 2015. TAMU-SG-15-907. Dissertation, Texas A&M University : Waldemar Rossi Jr.
Niche characterization of dominant estuarine benthic species. 1986 . TAMU-SG-86-836. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Sciences (22): 657-674 : R. Flint, R. Kalke