Scientific Papers - M


A machine vision system for aquaculture: real-time identification of individual animals and estimation of animal activity. March 1998 . TAMU-SG-98-808. Advances in Aquacultural Engineering: 112-128 : Andrea Whitsell, John Whitson, Phillip G. Lee

Macrobenthic death assemblages in modern marine environments: formation, interpretation, and application. 1989. TAMU-SG-90-827. CRC Critical Reviews in Aquatic Sciences 1(4): 555-589 : E. Powell, G. Staff, D. Davies, W. Callender

Marine Education – it matters now. September 1984 . TAMU-SG-85-807. Proceedings of Oceans: 842- 844 : B. Blackburn, A. Broussard

Marine education through children’s literature. Winter 1980 . TAMU-SG-81-801. Journal of Marine Education 1(2): 5-8 : N. Bagnall

Marine policy and states. May 1987 . TAMU-SG-87-841. Coastal Zone '87: 793-803 : L. King, S. Olson

Marine shrimp culture in the western hemisphere. 1985. TAMU-SG-87-838. Second Australian National Prawn Seminar: 327-336 : A. Lawrence

Mass spawning and reproductive viability of reef corals at the East Flower Garden Bank, northwest Gulf of Mexico. 1992. TAMU-SG-93-821. Bulletin of Marine Science 51 (3): 420-428 : S. Gittings, G. Bolan, K. Deslarzes, C. Combs, B. Hollan, T. Bright

Maternal diet and larval diet influence survival skills of larval red drum Sciaenops ocellatus. April 2015. TAMU-SG-15-805. Journal of Fish Biology 86(4):1286-1304 : K.O. Perez, L.A. Fuiman

Maturation and reproduction of Peaneus setiferus in captivity. 1980. TAMU-SG-81-821. Proc. World Maricul. Soc. (11): 481-487 : A. Lawrence , Y. Akamine , B. Middleditch , G. Chamberlain , D. Hutchins

The maturation and spawning of Peneaus stylirostris under controlled laboratory conditions. 1980. TAMU-SG-82-812. Proc. World Maricul. Soc. (11): 488-499 : A. Brown, J. McVey, B. Scott, T. Williams, B. Middleditch , A. Lawrence

Maturation of Penaeid shrimp: dietary fatty acids. 1979. TAMU-SG-82-807. Proc. World Maricul. Soc. (10): 472-476 : Middleditch

Maturation of Penaeid shrimp: lipids in the marine food web. 1980 . TAMU-SG-82-809. Proc. World Maricul. Soc. (11): 463-470 : B. Middleditch , S. Missler , H. Hines , E. Chang, J. McVey , A. Brown , A. Lawrence

The maturation of White shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) in captivity. 1979. TAMU-SG-82-810. Proc. World Maricul. Soc. (11): 435-444 : A. Brown , J. McVey , B. Middleditch , A. Lawrence

Mean and variance of population density and temporal Taylor’s law in stochastic stage-structured density-dependent models of exploited fish populations. December 2014. TAMU-SG-14-815. Theoretical Ecology 8(2):175-186 : Masami Fujiwara, Joel E. Cohen

Measurements and linear wave theory based simulations of Vegetated Wave Hydrodynamics for Practical. 2010. TAMU-SG-12-901. M.S. thesis, Texas A&M University : M.E. Anderson

Mechanisms and rates of decay of marine viruses in seawater. November 1992. TAMU-SG-93-813. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58 (11): 3721-​3729 : C. Suttle, F. Chen

Mercury concentrations in benthic organisms from a contaminated estuary. 1996 . TAMU-SG-96-811. Marine Environmental Research 41(3): 225-239 : S. Locamini , B.J. Presley

Metabolic profiles of penaeid shrimp: dietary lipids and ovarian maturation. 1980. TAMU-SG-87-839. Journal of Chromatography: 195:359-368 : B. Middleditch, S. Missler, H. Hines, D. Ward, A. Lawrence

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

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

Microalgal productivity, community composition, and pelagic food web dynamics in a sub-tropical, turbid salt marsh isolated from freshwater inflow. 2005. TAMU-SG-12-845. Estuaries, 28(1):96-107. : E.M. Fejes, D.L. Roelke, G. Gable, J.L. Heilman, K.J. McInnes, D.A. Zuberer

Microbiological and chemical changes during storage of swordfish (Xiphias gladius) steaks in retail. 1982 . TAMU-SG-83-808. Journal of Food Protection 45 (13): 1197-1203 : M. Lannelongue, G. Finne, M. Hanna, R. Nickelson II, C. Vanderzant

Minced fish flesh from nontraditional Gulf of Mexico finfish species: bacteriology. 1980 . TAMU-SG-81-804. Journal of Food Science 45(5): 1321-1326 : R. Nickelson II, G. Finne, M. Hanna, C. Vanderzant

Minced fish flesh From nontraditional Gulf of Mexico finfish species: yield and composition. 1980. TAMU-SG-81-806. Journal of Food Science 45(5): 1327-1340 : G. Finne, R. Nickelson II, A. Quimby , N. Connally

Mitochondrial DNA differentiation and population structure in red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) from the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean. 1993. TAMU-SG-93-826. Marine Biology (116): 175-185 : J. Gold, L. Richardson, C. Furman, T. King

Mitochondrial DNA diversity and population structure in marine fish species from the Gulf of Mexico. 1994 . TAMU-SG-96-806. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. (51): 205- 214 : J. Gold, L. Richardson, C. Furman , F. Sun

Mitochondrial DNA variation among red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) from the Gulf of Mexico. 1993. TAMU-SG-93-827. Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology 2 (3): 154-161 : J. Camper, R. Barbar, L. Richardson, J. Gold

Mixed infection in Columnan’s Disease of fish. 1980 . TAMU-SG-81-811. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 77(9): 811-814 : J.E. Marks , D.H. Lewis

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

Modeling the effects of low impact development practices on streams at the watershed scale. May 2014. TAMU-SG-14-903. Dissertation, Texas A&M University : Sa'd Shannak

Molecular phylogenetics of New World searobins (Triglidae; Prionotinae). November 2016. TAMU-SG-16-808. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 107:382-387, 2017; online first November 2016 : David S. Portnoy, Stuart C. Willis, Elizabeth Hunt, Dominic G. Swift, John R. Gold, Kevin W. Conway

Molecular species identification of commercially important penaeid shrimp from the Gulf of Mexico. 2010. TAMU-SG-12-825. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 38(4):715-721 : J.R. Alvarado Bremer, J.G. Ditty, J.S. Turner, B.L. Saxton

Mono- and polyculture of Peneaus vannamei and P. stylirostris in ponds. 1981 . TAMU-SG-83-803. J. World Maricul. Soc. 12(1): 251-270 : G. Chamberlain, D. Hutchins, A. Lawrence

The M/V “Wellwood” grounding: a sanctuary case study. 1988. TAMU-SG-88-812. Oceanus 31(1): 35-41 : S. Gittings, T. Bright