Contributions in marine science volume 27

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Title: Contributions in marine science volume 27
Author: University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Abstract: Table of Contents. Instructions to Authors / (p. ii-iii) -- Variability of wind-driven currents, west Louisiana inner continental shelf: 1978-1979 / R.L. Crout, Wm. J. Wiseman, Jr. and W.S. Chuang (p. 1-12) -- ^13C Measurements as indicators of carbon flow in marine and freshwater ecosystems / Brian Fry and Evelyn B. Sherr (p. 13-48) -- ^13C Enrichment and oceanic food web structure in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico / Brian Fry, Richard K. Anderson, Lee Entzeroth, Jerry L. Bird and Patrick L. Parker (p. 49-64) -- Phytoplankton production in the Corpus Christi Bay estuary / R. Warren Flint (p. 65-84) -- Short note on changes in the abundance and occurrence of six macroalgal species along the Texas coast of the Gulf of Mexico / Linda K. Medlin (p. 85-92) -- Vertical distribution of zooplankton in a shallow turbid estuary / C.L. Stubblefield, C.M. Lascara and M. Vecchione (p. 93-104) -- Hard-bottom macrofauna of the East Flower Garden brine seep: impact of a long-term, sulfurous brine discharge / S.R. Gittings, T.J. Bright and E.N. Powell (p. 105-126) -- Components of the seston and possible available food for oysters in Galveston Bay, Texas / Thomas M. Soniat, Sammy M. Ray and Lela M. Jeffrey (p. 127-142) -- The Composition and standing stock of mesopelagic micronekton at 27°N 86°W in the eastern Gulf of Mexico / Thomas L. Hopkins and Thomas M. Lancraft (p. 143-158) -- Selection for brown shrimp, Penaeus aztecus, as prey by the spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus / Thomas J. Minello and Roger J. Zimmerman (p. 159-168) -- A Breeding population of Gulf pipefish (Syngnathus scovelli) in a Georgia estuary, with discussion on the ecology of the species / Timothy E. Targett (p. 169-174) -- Reproduction and food habits of seven speices of northern Gulf of Mexico fishes / Peter F. Sheridan, David L. Trimm and Bruce M. Baker (p. 175-204) -- Distribution and composition of larval fish populations within Alazan Bay, Texas / Q.R. Dokken, G.C. Matlock and S. Cornelius (p. 205-222)
Department: UT Libraries
Subject: Marine biology -- Gulf Coast (U.S.) Marine biology -- Mexico, Gulf of
Date: 1984-09

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