UT Faculty/Researcher Works
University of Texas at Austin faculty and researchers may submit their work to the UT Faculty/Researcher Works collection, by logging in to Texas ScholarWorks with their EID and password. Once you have logged in, please contact the Repository Curator at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Repository Curator will set you up with submission privileges in this collection.
The UT Faculty/Researcher Works collection focuses on electronic research, scholarship, and creative works, as well as materials that primarily reflect the intellectual environment of the UT campus, created by faculty and researchers of the University of Texas at Austin.
Examples of possible content that can be submitted to this collection are:
- Peer-reviewed articles where license allows
- White papers, working papers and technical reports
- Audiovisual material
- Any other form of research output that can be technically loaded to the repository.
If you would like more information about the submission process, including alternate submission workflows, please email Colleen Lyon at email@example.com
Collections in this community
(Texas Academy of Science, 2008-07)Forty-nine families and 268 species of fishes are known to inhabit the freshwaters of Texas. We report on the distribution and status of these fishes and provide a key to their identification. Of the native fishes ...
Evaluation of the Razorback Sucker (Xyrauchen texanus) and Colorado Squawfish (Ptychocheilus lucius) reintroduction programs in central Arizona based on surveys of fish populations in the Salt and Verde rivers from 1986 to 1990 (Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix, Arizona, USANongame and Endangered Wildlife Program, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 1993-09)Between 1981 and 1990, more than 11 million hatchery-produced razorback suckers (Xyrauchen texanus) and 750,000 Colorado squawfish (Ptychocheilus lucius) were stocked to historic ranges in the Verde and Salt rivers in ...
(2017-07-15)Desert ecosystems are particularly susceptible to anthropogenic influences. This is especially true for desert aquatic systems where limited water resources can be easily impaired by excessive water mining depleting the ...
(2017-03)The endangered Mexican blindcat (Prietella phreatophila, Carranza 1954) is one of only four stygobitic ictalurid catfish in North America. Members of two monotypic genera (Satan eurystomus and Trogloglanis pattersoni) ...
(2017-07-15)Discovery of the Mexican blindcat, Prietella phreatophila, in Texas in 2016 generated interest in the species, which had previously only been known from Mexico but is listed as a foreign endangered species in the US. ...
Discovery of Endangered Mexican Blindcat, Prietella phreatophila, in Texas: Implications for International Groundwater Management and Evolution of the Regional Karst Aquifer Biota (2017-07-15)Mexican blindcat, Prietella phreatophila, described in 1954 from a cave system near the town of Múzquiz in central Coahuila state, and considered a Mexican endemic, was listed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as a ...
(2017-07-15)Satan eurystomus Hubbs & Bailey 1947, the widemouth blindcat, is endemic to the deep Edwards Aquifer below San Antonio, TX. Monotypic Satan is one of four subterranean ictalurids, Trogloglanis pattersoni, Prietella pheatophila ...