Texas Sea Grant-funded researchers have published their research findings in many prestigious peer-reviewed journals. They are listed alphabetically by title.
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Oxygen and carbon isotopes and coral growth in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea as environmental and climate indicators. 2009. TAMU-SG-12-904. Ph.D. dissertation, Texas A&M University : A.J. Wagner
Oxygen isotopes in seawater from the Texas-Louisiana shelf. 2011. TAMU-SG-12-821. Bulletin of Marine Science, 87(1):1-12 : A.J. Wagner, N.C. Slowey
Oyster disease and climate change. Are yearly changes in Perkinsus marinus parasitism in oysters (Crassostrea virginica) controlled by climatic cycles in the Gulf of Mexico?. 1992. TAMU-SG-93-816. Marine Ecology 13 (3) :243-270 : E. Powell, J. Gauthier, E. Wilson, A. Nelson, R. Fay, J. Brooks
Parameterization and statistical analysis of hurricane waves. May 2014. TAMU-SG-14-906. M.S. thesis, Texas A&M University : Patrick W. McLaughlin
Parameterization of maximum waveheights forced by hurricanes: Application to Corpus Christi, Texas. December 2012. TAMU-SG-12-903. M.S. thesis, Texas A&M University : Sym Antonne Taylor
Partical transport through a narrow tidal inlet due to tidal forcing and implications for larval transport. October 2000. TAMU-SG-01-813. Journal of Geophysical Research 105(C10): 24, 141-24, 156 : C. Brown, G. Jackson, D. Brooks