Publications of the Institute of Marine Science volume 11

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Title: Publications of the Institute of Marine Science volume 11
Author: University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Description: Table of Contents. Survival of T bacteriophages and coliform bacteria in seawater / by Yehuda Kott (p. 1) -- Habitat segregation in aquaria between two sympatric species of Gobiosoma / by H.D. Hoese (p. 7) -- Plankton of the St. Andrew Bay system of Florida / by Thomas L. Hopkins (p. 12) -- Studies on bivalve molluscs of the genus Crassinella in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico: anatomy, ecology and systematics / by Harold W. Harry (p. 65) -- Biology of the red snapper, Lutjanus aya Bloch, of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico / by Frank N. Moseley (p. 90) -- Movement of radioisotopes in a marine bay: cobalt-60, iron-59, manganese-54, zinc-65, sodium-22 / by Patrick L. Parker (p. 102) -- Recent marine ostracod assemblages of Puerto Rico / by James H. Baker and Neil C. Hulings (p. 108) -- Seasonal occurrence of fishes in a coastal marsh of northwest Florida / by Mark H. Zilberberg (p. 126) -- Sedimentary structures of beach and dune deposits: Mustang Island, Texas / by Marcus E. Milling and E. William Behrens (p. 135) -- Growth and mortality of the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin), in high salinity shallow bays in central Texas / by B.J. Copeland and H.D Hoese (p. 149) -- A study of production and phosphate in a Sonoran lagoon / by Maynard M. Nichols (p. 159) -- Surface salinities for Baffin Bay and Laguna Madre, Texas April 1964-March 1966 / by E. William Behrens (p. 168) --
Department: UT Libraries
Subject: Marine biology --Gulf Coast (U.S.) Marine biology -- Mexico, Gulf of
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/22852
Date: 1966

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