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.
Thermostabilization of enteroviruses by estuarine sediment. August 1980 . TAMU-SG-81-808. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 40(02): 305-308 : P.F. Liew, C. Gerba
Thousands of single nucleotide polymorphisms in the critically endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys Kempii) revealed by double-digest restriction-associated DNA sequencing: opportunities for previously elusive conservation genetics research. 2016. TAMU-SG-16-826. Gulf of Mexico Science, 33(2): 214-218 : Luis A Hurtado, Xochitl De La Rosa-Reyna, Mariana Mateos, Donna J. Shaver, Richard Metz, John Thiltges, Joshua Hill, Miguel A. Reyes-Lopez, Charlie Johnson
Tidal stream transport off larval fishes into non-stratified estuaries. 1989. TAMU-SG-91-801. Rapp. P.-v. Reun. Const. int. Explor. Mer. (191): 100-104 : Scott Holt, Joan Holt, Connie Arnold
Tilt current meters in the surf zone: benchmarking utility in high-frequency oscillatory flow. 2017. TAMU-SG-17-101. Conference Proceedings, Coastal Dynamics 2017, June 12-16, 2017, Helsingor, Denmark : Katherine Anarde, Jens Figlus
Time-averaging, taphonomy and their impact on paleocommunity reconstruction: death assemblages in Texas bays. April 1986 . TAMU-SG-86-824. Geological Society of America Bulletin (97): 428-443 : G. Staff, R. Stanton Jr., E. Powell, H. Cummins
Time related changes in the free amino acid pool of the sea anemone, Bunodosoma cavernata, during salinity stress. January 1984 . TAMU-SG-85-801. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 79A(1): 155-159 : M. Kasschau, J. Ragland, S. Pinkerton , E. Chen