Scientific Papers - R

The Rate of taphonomic loss in modem benthic habitats: how much of the potentially preservable community is preserved?. 1986. TAMU-SG-87-810. Palaeogeograph​y, Palaeoclimatolo​gy, Palaeoecology (52): 291-320 : H. Cummins, E. Powell, R. Stanton, G. Staff

R+ Bacteria in estuarine sediments. 1979. TAMU-SG-80-827. Marine Pollution Bulletin 10:0025-0027 : Goyal, Gerba , Melnick

Rearing penaeid shrimp larvae in a small-scale system for experimental purposes. 1985. TAMU-SG-87-818. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Warm Water Aquaculture-​Crustacea: 72-81 : J. Wilkenfeld, A. Lawrence , F. Kuban

Recreation specialization: re-​conceptualizati​on from a social worlds perspective. 1992. TAMU-SG-92-816. Journal of Leisure Research 24(1): 33-51 : R. Ditton, D. Loomis, S. Choi

Recruitment of Atlantic Croaker, Micropogonias undulatus. Do postsettlement processes disrupt or reinforce initial patterns of settlement?. April 1999 . TAMU-SG-00-803. Fisheries Bulletin (97): 954-961 : R. Petrik, P. Levin, G. Stunz, J. Malone

Reef fish assemblages on hard banks in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. 1988. TAMU-SG-90-809. Bulletin of Marine Science 43(2) :280-307 : G. Dennis, T. Bright

Reef fish tropic structure at the Flower Gardens and Stetson Bank, NW of Gulf of Mexico. September 1997. TAMU-SG-98-801. Proc 8th Int Coral Reef Sym (1): 1023-1028 : C.V. Pattengill, B.X. Semmens , S.R. Gittings

Re-examination of cross-flow ultrafiltration for sampling aquatic colloids: evidence form molecular. 2000. TAMU-SG-01-802. Marine Chemistry (69): 75-90 : L. Guo, L. Wen, D. Tang, P. Santschi

Re-examination of cross-flow ultrafiltration for sampling aquatic colloids: evidence from molecular probes. 2000. TAMU-SG-02-804. Marine Chemistry (69):75-90 : L. Guo, L. Wen, D. Tang, P. Santschi

Regulation of vitellogenesis in the fiddler crab, Uca pugilator. December 1988. TAMU-SG-90-804. Biological Bulletin (175): 321-331 : L. Quackenbush, L. Keeley

Regulation of vitellogenesis in the fiddler crab, Uca pugilator. December 1988 . TAMU-SG-90-804. Biological Bulletin (175): 321-331 : L. Quackenbush, L. Keeley

Relationships between environmental factors, bacterial indicators, and the occurrences of enteric viruses in estuarine sediments. March 1980 . TAMU-SG-80-815 . Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 39(3): 588-596 : R. LaBelle , C. Gerba , S. Goyal, J. Melnick , I. Cech, G. Bogdan

Relationships between possible available food and the composition, condition and reproductive state of oysters from Galveston Bay, Texas. February 1985 . TAMU-SG-86-831. Contributions to Marine Science (28): 109-121 : T. Soniat, S. Ray

Relationships between trawl catch and tow duration for Penaeid shrimp. July 1985 . TAMU-SG-86-804. American Fisheries Society (114): 851-856 : P. Carothers, M. Chittenden Jr.

Relative rates of shell dissolution and net sediment accumulation—a commentary: can shell beds form by the gradual accumulation of biogenic debris on the sea floor?. 1989. TAMU-SG-90-820. Lethaia (22): 207-212 : Davies, Powell, Stanton

Release of toxic metals via oxidation of Authigenic Pyrite in resuspended sediments. April 1994 . TAMU-SG-94-807. ACS Symposium Series No. 550: 289-297 : John Morse

Replacement of fishmeal with novel plant feedstuffs in the diet of red drum Sciaenops ocellatus: An assessment of nutritional value. 2013. TAMU-SG-13-808. Aquaculture Nut​rition, 19:72-​81, August 2013​ [Special Issue​: Proceedings o​f the XV Intern​ational Symposi​um on Fish Nutr​ition and Feedi​ng 2012]. : Waldemar Rossi Jr., D. Moxley, Alejandro Buentello, Camilo Pohlenz, Delbert M. Gatlin III

Replacement of fish meal with plant feedstuffs in the diet of red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus: Effects on production characteristics and tolerance to aquaculture-related stressors. 2014. TAMU-SG-14-808. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 45(2):192-198 : Joseph D. Moxley, Waldemar Rossi, Alejandro Buentello, Camilo Pohlenz, Delbert M. Gatlin

Reproduction, age and growth, and movements of the gulf butterfish, Peprilus burti. 1991. TAMU-SG-92-808. Fishery Bulletin (89): 101-116 : M. Murphy, M. Chittenden

Reproduction, movements and apparent population dynamics of the Atlantic Threadfin, Polydactylus octonemus in the Gulf of Mexico. March 1990 . TAMU-SG-91-802. Fishery Bulletin 88(3): 439-462 : Michael Dentzau , Mark Chittenden Jr.

Reproduction, movements, and population dynamics of the Banded Drum, Larimus fasciatus, in the Gulf of Mexico. 1984. TAMU-SG-85-817. Fishery Bulletin 82(2): 337-363 : G. Standard , M. Chittenden Jr.

Reproduction, movements and population dynamics of the Longspine Porgy, Stenotomus caprinus. 1982. TAMU-SG-83-813. Fishery Bulletin 80(03):0523-​0540 : P. Geoghegan, M. Chittenden Jr.

Reproduction, movements and population dynamics of the Sand Seatrout, Cynoscion arenarius. 1981 . TAMU-SG-82-820. Fishery Bulletin 79(4): 649-669 : P. Schlossman, M. Chittenden

Reproductive and developmental synchrony in female Lepidochelys olivacea. May 1997 . TAMU-SG-97-804. Journal of Herpetology 31(1): 17-22 : Pamela Plotkin, David Rostal , Richard Byles, David Owens

The reproductive biology of captive Kemp’s ridleys (Lepidochelys kempi): pilot studies. 1988. TAMU-SG-90-812. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Conference on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation: 91-96 : D. Rostal, D. Owens, E. Louis, M. Amos

Reproductive variance of brood dams and sires used in restoration enhancement of spotted seatrout in Texas bays and estuaries. 2014. TAMU-SG-14-809. North American Journal of Aquaculture 76(4):407-414 : J.B. Puritz, M.A. Renshaw, D. Abrego, R.R. Vega, J.R. Gold

A restriction enzyme map of the mitochondrial DNA of red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus (Osteichthys: sciaenidae). October 1992 . TAMU-SG-93-822. Northeast Gulf Science 12(2): 135-139 : T. Schmidt, J. Gold

Restriction site heteroplasmy in the mitochondrial DNA of the marine fish Sciaenops ocellatus (L.). 1990. TAMU-SG-92-811. Animal Genetics (21): 313-316 : J. Gold, L. Richardson

Review of automated control systems for aquaculture and design criteria for their implementation. March 1998 . TAMU-SG-98-809. Aquacultural Engineering 14(3) :205-227 : Phillip G. Lee

Review of electromagnetic induction for mapping barrier island framework geology. 2015. TAMU-SG-15-821. Sedimentary Geology 321: 11-24 : Bradley A. Weymer, Mark E. Everett, Timothy S. de Smet, Chris Houser

“Riding the rip”: an experiential and integrated human-physical geography curriculum in Costa Rica. October 2015. TAMU-SG-15-824. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 39(4):1-16 : Christian Brannstrom, Chris Houser

The rip current hazard in Costa Rica. June 2015. TAMU-SG-15-822. Natural Hazards 77(2):753-768 : Isabel Arozarena, Chris Houser, Alejandro Gutiérrez Echeverria, Christian Brannstrom

Robust hurricane surge response functions. December 2012. TAMU-SG-12-902. Dissertation, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi : Ikpoto Enefiok Udoh

The role of bacteria in the uptake of Hexoses from seawater by post larval Penaeid Shrimp. November 1979. TAMU-SG-80-804. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology (64A): 41-48 : Lawrence , Castille

The role of hurricanes on the morphological evolution of a sediment-starved barrier island along the upper Texas coast: Follets Island. May 11-15, 2015. TAMU-SG-15-102. Coastal Sediments 2015 Conference, San Diego, Calif. : Craig Harter, Jens Figlus, Tim Dellapenna

The role of particles & colloids in the transport of radionuclides in coastal environments of Texas. January 1994 . TAMU-SG-94-805. Marine Chemistry 3: 95-114 : M. Baskaran , P.H. Santschi

Role of sediment in the persistence of Enteroviruses in the Estuarine Environment.. November 1977. TAMU-SG-80-825. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 35(04):0685-​0689 : Smith, Gerba, Melnick

The role of sulfate exclusion in buoyancy maintenance by Siphonophores and other oceanic gelatinous zooplankton. September 1979 . TAMU-SG-80-818. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. (66A): 467-471 : R. Bidigare, D. Biggs

The role of value orientations and experience on attitudes toward a well-liked threatened reptile. November 2015. TAMU-SG-15-818. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 00:1–10 : Colleen Hartel, J. Stuart Carlton, Linda S. Prokopy