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The State University System of Florida Sea
Grant Program is supported by award of the
Office of Sea Grant, National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration, U. S. Department
of Commerce, contract number 04-7-158-44046,
under provisions of the National Sea Grant Col-
lege and Programs Act of 1966. This informa-
tion is published in cooperation with the Florida
Cooperative Extension Service, John T. Woeste,
dean, in conducting Cooperative Extension work
in Agriculture, Home Economics, and Marine
Sciences, State of Florida, U. S. Department of
Agriculture, U. S. Department of Commerce,
and Boards of County Commissioners, cooper-
ating. Printed and distributed in furtherance of
the Acts of May 8 and June 14, 1914.


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FOREWORD


The publications listed are produced by the
State University System of Florida Sea Grant
College Program. Copies still in print may be
obtained free of charge on a single copy basis
from: Marine Advisory Program, G022 McCarty
Hall, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
32611; or for Florida residents, from the county
Extension director or the marine advisory agent
serving that area.

A complete set of these publications is on
file at the University of Florida, Hume Library -
State Documents section and can be used there
as reference material.

For publications that are out of print or tech-
nical papers which are printed only in limited
number with no reserve maintained, xeroxed
copies may be obtained at a nominal fee from:
University of Florida, Hume Library State
Documents, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences (IFAS), Gainesville, FL 32611.

Any of the publications, including those
which are out of print or which have been super-
seded may be obtained on loan from: National
Sea Grant Depository, Pell Marine Science Li-
brary, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett,
RI 02882. They may be borrowed through inter-
library loan or directly if the request is made on
institution or business letterhead.











Revised January 1978






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It7'/77 TABLE OF CONTENTS

ADVISORY

Page
MARINE ADVISORY BULLETINS 6
BROCHURES 11
FACT SHEETS 12
ANNUAL REPORTS 12

RESEARCH

AQUACULTURE 14
Sea Grant Reports 14
Journal Reprints 14
COASTAL POLICY 15
Sea Grant Reports 15
Technical Papers 15
Journal Reprints 16
ESTUARINE MANAGEMENT 16
Sea Grant Reports 16
Technical Papers 16
Journal Reprints 17
FISHERIES RESOURCES 19
Sea Grant Reports 19
Journal Reprints 20
OCEAN ENGINEERING 22
Sea Grant Reports 22
Technical Papers 23
Journal Reprints 24
PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS 26






ADVISORY


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MARINE ADVISORY BULLETINS
1973

GASOLINE AND FUEL TAX EXEMPTIONS -
FUEL ALLOCATIONS. James C. Cato, 9 pp.
(SUSF-SG-73-001).
Procedures for filing for federal gasoline tax
credit and also gasoline tax refunds in Florida;
sales tax exemptions on materials used in com-
mercial fishing; and fuel allocation problems.

COSTS AND RETURNS IN COMMERCIAL
FISHING, MULLET FISHING FLORIDA,
A CASE STUDY. C. L. Anderson and R. H.
McNutt, 4 pp. (SUSF-SG-73-002).
An attempt to make available a budget for an
independent fisherman. (Out of print.)

CRAB PROCESSING, 1. SANITATION. William
E. McCullough, 3 pp. (SUSF-SG-003).
Discusses sanitary measures to be employed in
the processing and packing of crabs.

THE FISHERMAN AND THE FARM CREDIT
SYSTEM. Fred J. Prochaska, 3 appendices,
5 pp. (SUSF-SG-73-004).
Describes to the fishing industry the major fea-
tures of the Farm Credit System as it has oper-
ated for the agricultural industry, and briefly
discusses the opportunities and requirements for
fishermen desiring to utilize the Farm Credit
System as an alternative source of financing.

MARINE ECONOMICS: PROGRAMS IN RE-
SEARCH AND EXTENSION. Fred J. Prochaska
and James C. Cato, 6 pp. (SUSF-SG-73-005).
A summary of the marine economics research
and Extension programs as conducted by the
Department of Food and Resource Economics,
University of Florida.

1974

FLORIDA SEA GRANT PROGRAM DIREC-
TORY 1974. 16 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-001). (Super-
seded by SUSF-SG-75-001.)







COASTAL CONSTRUCTION SETBACK LINE.
James A. Purpura and William M. Sensabaugh,
18 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-002).
Discusses the State of Florida setback line law
and how the location is determined.(Out of print.)

REGULATORY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
FOR FLORIDA MARINE FISHERMEN. F. J.
Prochaska and J. R. Baarda, 13 pp. (SUSF-SG-
74-003).
A summary report describing the fishery man-
agement programs currently administered by the
State of Florida. (Replaced by: Florida's Fisher-
ies Management Programs: Their Development,
Administration, and Current Status, Bulletin
768, Agricultural Experiment Stations. F. J.
Prochaska and J. R. Baarda, February 1975.)

LANDINGS, VALUES, AND PRICES IN COM-
MERCIAL FISHERIES FOR THE FLORIDA
KEYS REGION. F. J. Prochaska and J. C. Cato,
20 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-004).
Information on the importance of commercial
fisheries in Dade and Monroe Counties of
Florida. (Out of print.)

RECENT TAX DEVELOPMENTS IN COM-
MERCIAL FISHING. James C. Cato, 5 pp.
(SUSF-SG-74-005). (Superseded by SUSF-SG-
75-004, 1975.)




1975

FLORIDA SEA GRANT PROGRAM DIREC-
TORY 1975. 22 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-001). (Super-
seded by SUSF-SG-76-001.)

THE BEACH A NATURAL PROTECTION
FROM THE SEA. William M. Sensabaugh, 5 pp.
(SUSF-SG-75-002).
The principal features of a beach which make
it effective in protecting the upland, how the
beach "works", the effect of littoral drift, and
the function of the sand dunes are described.







LANDINGS, VALUES, AND PRICES IN COM-
MERCIAL FISHERIES FOR THE FLORIDA
WEST COAST. J. C. Cato and F. J. Prochaska,
73 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-003).
Information on the importance of commercial
fisheries along the West Coast of Florida and the
annual changes in landings, values, and prices in
the region for the past 20 years. (Out of print.)

RECENT TAX DEVELOPMENTS IN COM-
MERCIAL FISHING. James C. Cato, 10 pp.
(SUSF-SG-75-004).
Discussion of the background, development, and
current status of court decisions likely to affect
the fishing industry. Procedures the commercial
fishing industry might initiate in an attempt to
remove some of the current uncertainty about
the responsibility of each captain, crew member
and fishing company in withholding income and
social security taxes. (Out of print).

FLORIDA SHRIMP: FROM THE SEA
THROUGH THE MARKET. Chris 0. Andrew,
Fred J. Prochaska, and Jose Alvarez, 15 pp.
(SUSF-SG-75-005).
Examination of the distribution of Florida
shrimp landings, which have not kept pace with
the growth of the shrimp processing industry.

COSTS AND RETURNS FOR NORTHERN
GULF OF MEXICO COMMERCIAL RED
SNAPPER-GROUPER VESSELS BY VESSEL
SIZE, 1974. Fred J. Prochaska and James C.
Cato, 8 pp. 1976. (SUSF-SG-75-006).
Economic production data on costs and returns
accruing to commercial red snapper-grouper
fishing firms.

NORTHWEST FLORIDA GULF COAST RED
SNAPPER-GROUPER PARTY BOAT OPER-
ATIONS, AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS, 1974.
Fred J. Prochaska and James C. Cato, 9 pp.
(SUSF-SG-75-007).
An analysis based on data collected through
personal interviews with boat owners that pre-
sents estimates of average number of fishermen
per boat on a yearly basis, expenditures by
fishermen, and costs of operating party boats.







1976


FLORIDA SEA GRANT PROGRAM DIREC-
TORY 1976. 17 pp. (SUSF-SG-76-001). (Super-
seded by SUSF-SG-77-001.)

ELECTRONIC FISH SCANNING NET FISH-
ING, FLORIDA. Donald Y. Aska and Thomas
M. Leahy, 8 pp. (SUSF-SG-76-002).
A report of a test by a mackerel fisherman on
the lower east coast of Florida of an electronic
fish scanning device as a means of increasing
commercial fishing productivity and reducing
"hunting" time by other means than visual con-
tact. Contains description of equipment and in-
stallation as well as day to day log of fishermen.

REPRODUCTION, GROWTH, AND MIGRA-
TION OF BLUE CRABS ALONG FLORIDA'S
GULF COAST. Michael J. Oesterling, 19 pp.
(SUSF-SG-76-003).
Life history of the blue crab in Florida waters
including migrational trends revealed as a result
of a research project involving tagging and
recapture of the crabs. Included are maps show-
ing release sites, recapture locations, numbers
of crabs involved, and time frame.

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF COST AND
RETURNS IN THE SPINY LOBSTER FISH-
ERY BY BOAT AND VESSEL SIZE. Fred J.
Prochaska and Joel S. Williams, 18 pp. (SUSF-
SG-76-004).
An economic survey of 25 Florida Keys lobster
boat and vessel captains concerning cost, pro-
duction and returns data for the 1973-74
season.

HURRICANE PROOF CONSTRUCTION FOR
HOMES. Todd L. Walton, Jr., 31 pp. (SUSF-SG-
76-005).
Discusses hurricane winds and the implication
of probability concepts on home design in haz-
ardous areas. Federal and local guidelines are
reviewed including the National Flood Insurance
Program, the Florida Coastal Construction Set-
back Line, and county building codes.







BEACH DUNE WALKOVER STRUCTURES.
Todd L. Walton, Jr. and Thomas C. Skinner,
13 pp. (SUSF-SG-76-006).
Information and instructions for building walk-
over structures in areas where sand dunes are
threatened by human traffic.

1977

FLORIDA SEA GRANT PROGRAM DIREC-
TORY 1977. 17 pp. ( SUSF-SG-77-001).
Addresses and telephone numbers of Florida Sea
Grant administrators, principal investigators and
programs, marine advisory specialists, multi-
county marine agents, district agents, and coop-
erative Extension directors.

FLOATING TIRE BREAKWATERS A CASE
STUDY OF A POTENTIAL LOW COST SHORE
PROTECTION STRUCTURE FOR FLORIDA'S
PROTECTED MARINE WATERS. Charles A.
Gifford, Jeffrey A. Fisher, and Todd L. Walton,
Jr.; 20 pp. (SUSF-SG-77-002).
Explains construction and use of floating tire
breakwaters and discusses the effects of the
breakwater such as wave suppression, mooring
forces, etc.

LANDINGS, VALUES, AND PRICES IN COM-
MERCIAL FISHERIES FOR THE FLORIDA
EAST COAST. James C. Cato and Fred J.
Prochaska, 65 pp. (SUSF-SG-77-003).
Information on the importance of commercial
fisheries along the East Coast of Florida and the
annual changes in landings, values, and prices
in the region for the past 22 years.

LANDINGS, VALUES, AND PRICES IN COM-
MERCIAL FISHERIES FOR THE FLORIDA
NORTHWEST COAST. James C. Cato and
Fred J. Prochaska, 48 pp. (SUSF-SG-77-004).
Information on the importance of commercial
fisheries along the Florida Northwest Coast and
of annual changes in landings, values, and prices
for each county in the region for the past 23
years.







AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF KING MACK-
EREL PRODUCTION BY HOOK-AND-LINE
ON THE FLORIDA ATLANTIC COAST. 8 pp.
(MAP-1).*
Provides individual fishing firms basic economic
information with which they can compare their
own operations, and provides economic informa-
tion to support industries, such as credit institu-
tions, for the king mackerel fishery.

*Effective with this publication, MAP Bulletins
will be numbered consecutively beginning with
MAP-1.


BROCHURES

FLORIDA SEA GRANT PROGRAM. 1975.
Provides information about the Florida Sea
Grant and Marine Advisory Programs.

SHARKS AND MAN A PERSPECTIVE.
1976.
Provides answers to some common questions
about sharks.

RECREATIONAL SCUBA DIVING. 1976.
Provides safety information for divers.

THIS FLAG IS IMPORTANT.
Provides safety information for recreational
boaters and commercial fishermen.

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION ON SHORELINE
PROPERTY.
Construction guidelines and considerations for
owners, designers and builders of shore area
buildings.

FISH FACTS FOR FLORIDA CONSUMERS.
(Series of four individual brochures). BLUE
CRAB (MAPB-1). FINFISH (MAPB-2). SHRIMP
(MAPB-3). SQUID (MAPB-4).
Demonstrates how to select, buy, and prepare
seafood.







COLD WATER STAYING ALIVE AT LOW
TEMPERATURES. (MAPB-5)
Information regarding survival techniques in
cold water situations.


FACT SHEETS

COASTAL HISTORY NOTES. Todd L. Walton,
Jr.
History of high water shorelines and erosion
patterns over a period of 100 years for each of
the following coastal areas: Anna Maria Key,
Captiva Island, Estero Island, Gasparilla Island,
Lido Key, Longboat Key, Sanibel Island, Siesta
Key.

STABILIZING BEACHES AND DUNES WITH
VEGETATION IN FLORIDA. (MAFS-1).
Provides information on the use of vegetation to
stabilize beaches and dunes. Extracted from
Sea Grant Report Number 7, Stabilization of
Beaches and Dunes by Vegetation in Florida,
written by John H. Davis, Jr.

MEDICAL CARE FOR COMMERCIAL FISH-
ERMEN. (MAFS-2).
Informs fishermen concerning medical, surgical,
and dental benefits available through the U.S.
Public Health Service.


ANNUAL REPORTS

REPORTS ON THE SEA GRANT PROGRAM
OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF
FLORIDA FOR 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 AND
1976.
Discusses programs including research projects,
education, and marine advisory program of the
Florida Sea Grant Program. A program sum-
mary, publications, and list of principal investi-
gators and projects are also included. (Reports
for calendar years 1972, 1973, 1974, and 1975
are out of print.)







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RESEARCH







AQUACULTURE


Sea Grant Reports

ON MARICULTURE OF THE FLORIDA SEA-
WEED, EUCHEUMA ISIFORME. Clinton J.
Dawes, 10 pp. 1974. (No. 5).
Explores the feasibility of mariculture of Florida
Eucheuma Isiforme. (Out of print).

LUGWORM AQUACULTURE. Charles N.
D'Asaro and Henry C. K. Chen, 114 pp. 1976.
(No. 16).
Details a preliminary plan for a commercial
bait-worm hatchery to produce the lugworm,
Arenicola cristata Stimpson, and discusses the
market perspective of lugworms.



Journal Reprints

D'Asaro, C. N. 1973. Cultured lugworms. A new
source of bait for marine fishermen. Amer. Fish
Farmer. 4(10):4-7.

Dobkin, Sheldon, Jack van Montfrans, and
Denise H. Holland. 1975. Selective breeding of
the fresh and brackish-water shrimp Macro-
brachium acanthurus. Proc. 6th Annu. Meeting,
World Maricult. Soc. Seattle, Washington. pp.
33-36.

Menzel, R. W., et al. 1976. Clam mariculture in
Northwest Florida. Field study on predation.
Proc. Nat. Shellfish Ass. 65:59-62.

Menzel, R. W. 1974. Portuguese and Japanese
oysters are the same species. J. Fish Res. Bd.
Canada. 31:453-456.

Menzel, R. W. 1973. Some species affinities in
the oyster genus Crassostrea. Bull. Amer. Mala-
col. Union, Inc. p. 38.

Menzel, R. W. 1972b. The role of genetics in
molluscan mariculture. Bull. Amer. Malacol.
Union, Inc. February 1972. pp. 13-15.







Menzel, R. W. 1972a. Selection and hybridiza-
tion in the mariculture of oysters and clams.
Proc. 3rd Annu. Workshop, World Mariculture
Soc. January 26-28, 1972. pp. 309-317.

Menzel, R. W. Clams and oysters as animals for
mariculture in the United States. Proc. 10th
Annu. Conf., Marine Tech. Soc. pp. 611-617.


COASTAL POLICY

Sea Grant Reports

GUIDELINES FOR BEACHFRONT CON-
STRUCTION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE
TO THE COASTAL CONSTRUCTION SET-
BACK LINE. Courtland A. Collier, Kamran
Eshaghi, George Cooper, and Richard S. Wolfe,
72 pp. 1977. (No. 20).
Discusses and illustrates some problems com-
monly encountered in beachfront construction,
and criteria for evaluating variances that will
uphold the purpose and philosophy of the
CCSBL law whenever construction seaward of
the CCSBL is justified.
SEMINAR PROCEEDINGS: FRESHWATER
AND THE FLORIDA COAST SOUTHWEST
FLORIDA. William Seaman, Jr. and Richard
McLean, 243 pp. 1977. (No. 22).

Proceedings of a seminar held May 26-27, 1977
for the Southwest Florida Water Management
District in Tampa, Florida, to consider the many
water uses essential to different sectors con-
cerned with economic, engineering, biological
and other points of view.


Technical Papers

DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTY AND LOCAL
ORDINANCES DESIGNED TO PROTECT THE
PUBLIC INTEREST IN FLORIDA'S COASTAL
BEACHES. Frank E. Maloney and Dan Fernan-
dez, et al, 100 pp. 1977.







THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF HURRICANE
ELOISE ON PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA.
Earl J. Baker, John C. Brigham, J. Anthony
Paredes and Donald D. Smith, 64 pp. 1976; and
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF PUBLIC ATTI-
TUDES TOWARD HAZARD ZONE LAND USE
CONTROLS. Earl J. Baker, 32 pp. 1976.


Journal Reprints

Maloney, Frank E., and Dennis C. Dambly.
1976. The National Flood Insurance Program:
A model ordinance for implementation of its
land management criteria. Natur. Resources J.
16:665-736.

Maloney, F. E., and R. C. Ausness. 1974. The
use and legal significance of the mean high water
line in coastal boundary mapping. N. C. Law
Rev. 53(2):185-273.



ESTUARINE MANAGEMENT

Sea Grant Reports

A SYSTEM FOR THE DETERMINATION OF
CHRONIC EFFECTS OF POLLUTANTS ON
THE PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR OF
MARINE ORGANISMS. (No. 4). Robert J.
Livingston, Claude R. Cripe, et al, 15 pp. 1974.
A laboratory system designed for the execution
of controlled experiments on the effects of low
levels of pesticides such as DDT and Mirex on
the behavior and physiology of several species
of estuarine organisms is described. (Out of
print).


Technical Papers

ENERGY RELATIONSHIPS AND THE PRO-
DUCTIVITY OF APALACHICOLA BAY. Rob-
ert J. Livingston, Richard L. Iverson, and David
C. White, 472 pp.







Journal Reprints


Christensen, B. A. 1976. Hydraulics of sheet
flow in wetlands. Proc. Symp. on Inland Waters
for Navigation, Flood Control and Water Diver-
sion. Colorado State University. pp. 746-749.

Christensen, B. A. 1976. Mild slope stable
channels a stochastic design approach. ASCE
.Annu. Cony. San Diego, Calif. pp. 1-28.

Christensen, B. A. 1975. Stochastic approach to
stable channel design. Reprint No. 2563. Amer.
'oc. Civil Eng. Nat. Conv. November 2-7, 1975.
Denver, Colorado. 24 pp.

Cripe, C. R., and R. J. Livingston. 1977. Dynam-
ics of Mirex and its principal photo-products in
a simulated marsh system. Arch. Env. Contam.
and Toxicol. 5:295-303.

Cripe, C. R., J. H. Cripe, and R. J. Livingston.
1975. An apparatus for the quantitative deter-
mination of activity rhythms of aquatic organ-
isms using infrared light emitting diodes. J. Fish.
Res. Bd. Canada. 32:1884-1886.

Eng-Wilmot, D. L., and D. F. Martin. 1977.
Large-scale mass culture of the marine blue-
green alga, Gomphosphaeria aponina. Flor.
Sci. 40(2):197-198.

Eng-Wilmot, D. L., W. S. Hitchcock, and D. F.
Martin. 1977. Effect of temperature on the pro-
liferation of Gymnodinium breve and Gomphos-
phaeria aponina. Marine Biol. 41:71-77.

Iverson, Richard L., Henry F. Bittaker, and
Vernon B. Myers. 1976. Loss of radiocarbon in
direct use of aquasol for liquid scintillation
counting of solutions containing 14C-NaHCO3.
Limnol. and Oceanog. 21(5):756-758.

Kobylinski, G. J., and R. J. Livingston. 1975.
Movement of Mirex from sediment and uptake
by the hogchoker, Trinectes maculatus. Bull.
Env. Cont. Toxicol. 14:692-698.







Koenig, Christopher C. and Robert J. Livingston.
1976. Blue crab mortality: interaction of tem-
perature and DDT residues. Arch. Env. Contam.
& Toxicol. 4:119-128.

Koenig, Christopher C. and Robert J. Livingston.
1976. The embryological development of the
Diamond killfish (Adinia xenica). Copeia 1976.
(3):435-445.

Livingston, Robert J., et al. 1976. Avoidance
responses of estuarine organisms to storm water
runoff and pulp mill effluents. Estuarine Proces-
ses. Vol., uses, stresses and adaptation to the
estuary. Academic Press, N. Y. pp. 313-331.

Livingston, Robert J. 1976. Diurnal and seasonal
fluctuations of organisms in a north Florida
estuary. Estuar. and Coastal Marine Sci. 4:373-
400.

Livingston, Robert J., et al. 1976. Long-term
fluctuations of epibenthic fish and invertebrate
populations in Apalachicola Bay, Florida. Fish
Bull. 74(2):311-321.

Livingston, Robert J., et al. 1974. Major features
of the Apalachicola Bay System: Physiography,
biota, resource management. Flor. Sci. 37(4):
245-271.

Martin, Dean F., and Barbara. 1976. Aponin, a
cytolitic factor toward the red tide organism,
Gymnodinium breve. Biological assay and pre-
liminary characterization. J. Env. Sci. Health,
All. (20 & 11):613-622.

Menzel, R. W. 1972. Effects of man's activities
on estuarine fisheries. Underwater Naturalist,
Amer. Littor. Soc. 7(2):19-31.

McCoy, Leslie F., Jr., and Dean F. Martin. 1977.
The influence of Gomphosphaeria aponina on
the growth of Gymnodinium breve and the
effect of aponin on ichthyotoxicity of Gymno-
dinium breve. Chem.-Biol. Interactions. 17:17-
24.







FISHERIES RESOURCES


Sea Grant Reports

RESEARCH AND INFORMATION NEEDS OF
THE FLORIDA SPINY LOBSTER FISHERY.
William Seaman, Jr. and Donald Y. Aska, 64 pp.
1974. (No. 1).
Proceedings of a conference held March 12,
1974, in Miami, Florida. (Out of print).

AN INDEXED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE
SPINY LOBSTER FAMILY PALINURIDAE.
P. Kanciruk and W. F. Herrnkind, Editors,
101 pp. 1976. (No. 8).
The Master Reference List consists of an alpha-
betical listing of 1,111 references by first author
along with code numbers which are referred to
in the other indexes, the Authors' List, Key
Word in Context List, Subject Index, and
Species Index.

ECONOMIC STRUCTURE OF THE FLORIDA
SHRIMP PROCESSING INDUSTRY. Jose Al-
varez, Chris 0. Andrew, and Fred J. Prochaska,
46 pp. 1976. (No. 9).
Delineates the organization and behavior of
firms in the Florida shrimp processing industry
by studying entry and exit, market concen-
tration, product differentiation, and vertical
integration.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS: SHARKS AND
MAN A PERSPECTIVE. William Seaman, Ed.,
40 pp. 1976. (No. 10).
Proceedings of a conference held Nov. 19-21,
1975 in Orlando, Florida, to consider the inter-
action of sharks with men. Abstracts of presen-
tations cover the history of the shark attack file,
impact of sharks on tourism and commercial
fishing, legal aspects of shark attacks, sharks
from the sport fisherman's point of view, shark
population dynamics and behavioral character-
istics, defenses against sharks, and commercial
utilization of shark products.







FLORIDA COMMERCIAL MARINE FISHER-
IES GROWTH, RELATIVE IMPORTANCE
AND INPUT TRENDS. Fred J. Prochaska, 50
pp. 1976. (No. 11).
Trends in total landings in Florida during the
19&-2-72 period are considered and Florida's
relative importance as a fishing state is analyzed.

THE FLORIDA SPINY LOBSTER FISHERY:
LANDINGS, PRICES AND RESOURCE PRO-
DUCTIVITY. Joel S. Williams and Fred J.
Prochaska, 50 pp. 1976. (No. 12).
Reports on background information of the
Spiny. Lobster fishery to aid university, govern-
ment, and industrial agencies in elevating and
understanding trends and events in this impor-
tant Florida industry.


ECONOMICS, BIOLOGY, AND FOOD TECH-
NOLOGY OF MULLET. James C. Cato and
William McCullough, 158 pp. 1976. (No. 15).
A collection of papers on current knowledge and
research needs of the mullet fishery compiled
as a result of the work of a mullet coordinating
committee.

PROCEEDINGS: COLLOQUIUM ON SNAP-
PER-GROUPER FISHERY RESOURCES OF
THE WESTERN CENTRAL ATLANTIC
OCEAN. Edited by Harvey R. Bullis, Jr. and
Albert C. Jones, 333 pp. 1976. (No. 17).
Proceedings of a conference held October 16,
1975, at the Gulf States Marine Fisheries Com-
mission Meeting in Pensacola Beach, Florida.

AN ECONOMICS PROFILE OF FLORIDA
COMMERCIAL FISHING FIRMS: FISHER-
MEN, COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES AND
FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS. Fred J. Pro-
chaska and James C. Cato, 24 pp. 1977. (No.
19).
An economic survey of firms, fishermen, and
the gear and investments employed in Florida's
major fisheries.







Journal Reprints


Alvarez, Jose, C. 0. Andrew, and Fred J. Pro-
chaska. 1976. Dual structural equilibrium in the
Florida shrimp processing industry. Fish Bull.
74(4):879-883.

Cato, James C. 1976. Dockside price analysis
in the Florida mullet fishery. Marine Fish. Rev.
38(6):4-13.

Christensen, B. A. 1973. Hydrodynamricorodel-
ing of nets and trawls. Proc. Gulf & Carib. Fish.
Inst. October 1973. pp. 28-35.

Craig, Alan K. 1974. Puerto Rico: Key to
conservation of the Caribbean spiny lobster
resource. Food Drugs From the Sea Proc.
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. pp. 190-194.
DeLamater, Edward D., and W. R. Courtenay, Jr.
Fish scales as seen by scanning electron micro-
scopy. Flor. Sci. 37(3):141-149.

DeLamater, Edward D., and W. R. Courtenay, Jr.
1973. Studies on scale structure of flatfishes 1.
The genus Trinectes, with notes on related
forms. Proc. 27th Annu. Conf. SE Ass. Game
and Fish Comm.

DeLamater, Edward D., and W. R. Courtenay, Jr.
1973. Variations in structure of the lateral-line
canal on scales of teleostean fishes. Z. Morph.
Tiere Bd. 75. pp. 259-266.

Deng, J. C., F. T. Orthoefer, R. A. Dennison,
and M. Watson. 1976. Lipids and fatty acids in
mullet (Mugil. cephalus): seasonal and locational
variations. Food Sci. 41:1479-1483.

Deng, J. C., R. F. Matthews, and C. M. Watson.
1977. Effect of chemical and physical treat-
ments on rancidity development of frozen mul-
let (Mugi cephalus) fillets. J. Food Sci. 42(2):
344-347.

Hall, N. R., et al. 1975. Neurologic disease in
cetaceans. Conf. Biol. Conserv. Marine Mammals.
Santa Barbara, California. December 4-11, 1975
(Abstract). p. 21.







Orthoefer, F. T. 1974. Antioxidant and proces-
sing treatments to prevent rancidity in mullet.
Proc. Gulf Carib. Fish. Inst. (1973), 26th Annu.
Session. pp. 48-53.

Prochaska, F. J. 1976. An economic analysis of
effort and yield in the Florida spiny lobster
industry with management consideration. pp.
661-674 in: Cobb, B. F., III, and A. B. Stockton,
compilers. Proc. 1st Annu. Trop. and Subtrop.
Fish. Technol. Conf. Texas A & M University,
College Station, Texas.

Prochaska, F. J. and C. 0. Andrew. 1974. Shrimp
processing in the Southeast: supply problems
and structural change. Southern J. Agr. Econ.
6(1):247-252.

Warner, Richard E., Christopher L. Combs, and
Douglas R. Gregory, Jr. 1977. Biological studies
of the spiny lobster, Panulirus argus (Decapoda;
Palinuridae), in South Florida. 1976 Proc. Gulf
Carib. Fish. Inst. 29:166-183.

Williams, Joel S., and Fred J. Prochaska. 1977.
Maximum economic yield and resource alloca-
tion in the spiny lobster industry. Southern J.
Agr. Econ. July 1977. pp. 145-149.

Yang, M. C. K. 1976. A design problem for
determining the population direction of move-
ment. Brometrika. 63(1):77-82.

OCEAN ENGINEERING

Sea Grant Reports

ST. LUCIE INLET. Todd L. Walton, 59 pp.
1974. (No. 2).
A summary of the more significant available
information and known documentation con-
cerning this inlet. (Out of print).

FORT PIERCE INLET. Todd L. Walton, 47 pp.
1974. (No. 3).
A summary of the more significant available
information and known documentation con-
cerning this inlet. (Out of print).







SEAWALL AND REVETMENT EFFECTIVE-
NESS, COST AND CONSTRUCTION. Courtland
A. Collier, 71 pp. 1975. (No. 6).
Explains the types of shore protection structures
commonly available and the relative merits and
costs of each. (Out of print).
STABILIZATION OF BEACHES AND DUNES
BY VEGETATION IN FLORIDA. John H.
Davis, 56 pp. 1975. (No. 7).
Provides coastal strand property owners and
managers with guidelines for use of vegetation
in the protection and restoration of Florida
beaches and dunes.

LITTORAL DRIFT ESTIMATES ALONG THE
COASTLINE OF FLORIDA. T. L. Walton, Jr.,
33 pp. plus Appendices. 1976. (No. 13).
Provides littoral drift roses computed on a
monthly averaged basis for possible use in feeder
beach design and groin system design where a
knowledge of seasonal sand movement is impor-
tant, and in design of jetties where a knowledge
of the monthly buildup of sand adjacent to the
structure is of beneficial use in planning the
construction phase of the project.

SEBASTIAN INLET. A. J. Mehta, Wm. D.
Adams, and C. P. Jones, 59 pp. 1976. (No. 14).
A summary of the more significant information
and known documentation concerning this inlet.
JOHN'S PASS AND BLIND PASS. A. J. Mehta,
C. P. Jones, and Wm. D. Adams, 66 pp. 1976.
(No. 18).
A summary of the more significant available
information and known documentation con-
cerning these inlets.

MATANZAS INLET. A. J. Mehta and C. P.
Jones, 79 pp. 1977. (No. 21).
A summary of the -more significant available
information and known documentation con-
cerning this inlet.

PONCE DE LEON INLET. C.P. Jones and A.J.
Mehta, 1977. (No. 23).







Technical Papers


LITTORAL DRIFT AND THE PREDICTION
OF SHORELINE CHANGES. Richard L. Pfeffer,
112 pp. 1976.
"ELOISE" A SEMINAR ON BEACHES VS.
HURRICANES. Edited by Todd L. Walton, Jr.
and Thomas M. Leahy, 72 pp.
Proceedings of a seminar held March 4 and 5,
1976, in Gainesville, Florida.

PROCEEDINGS ARTIFICIAL REEF WORK-
SHOP. Doug Coughenower and Bob Bender,
14 pp.
Proceedings of a workshop held June 16, 1977,
in Sarasota, Florida.

BENEFIT-COST STUDY OF PINELLAS COUN-
TY ARTIFICIAL REEFS. Eila Hanni and
Heyward H. Mathews, 47 pp. (TECH. PAPER
NO. 1).

BEACH NOURISHMENTS IN FLORIDA AND
ON THE LOWER ATLANTIC AND GULF
COASTS. Todd L. Walton, Jr. 66 pp. (TECH.
PAPER NO 2).

Journal Reprints

Barcilon, Albert I., and Joseph P. Lau. 1973.
A model for formation of transverse bars. J.
Geophys. Res. 28(5):2656-2664.

Dalrymple, Robert A., and Robert G. Dean.
1972. The special wavemaker for littoral drift
studies. -Thirteenth Coastal Eng. Conf. July 10-
14, 1972. Vancouver B. C., Canada.

Dean, Robert G., and Todd L. Walton, Jr. 1973.
Sediment transport processes in the vicinity of
inlets with special reference to sand trapping.
Second Int. Estuar. Res. Conf. Myrtle Beach,
S. C. October 1973.
Hartt, Wm. A., Jos. E. Fluet, and T. E. Henke.
1976. Air fatigue of notched 1018 steel in the
endurance limit range. Metallurg. Trans. A, V7A:
1341-1345.







Lau, Joseph, and Albert Barcilon. 1972. Har-
monic generation of shallow water waves over
topography. J. Phys. Oceanog. 2(4):405-410.
Mehta, A. J., and ,B. A. Christensen. 1976.
Incipient sediment motion in entrances with
shell beds. Amer. Soc. Civil Eng. Proc. Symp.
Inland Waters for Navigation, Flood Control
and Water Diversions. Colorado State Univ.
August 10-12, 1976. pp. 960-977.

Miller, Christopher, and Albert Barcilon. 1976.
The dynamics of the littoral zone. Rev. Geo-
phys. and Space Phys. 14(1):81-91.

O'Brien, Morrough P., and Robt. G. Dean. 1972.
Hydraulics and sedimentary stability of coastal
inlets. Thirteenth Coastal Eng. Conf. Vancouver,
B. C., Canada. July 10-14, 1972. pp. 761-780.

Rubin, Hillel, and Todd L. Walton, Jr. 1976.
Prediction of littoral drift for lakes and bays
from wind observation. SE Geol. 18(2):119-127.

Tam, C. K. W. 1973. The dynamics of the rip
currents. J. Geophys. Res. 78(12):1937-1943.

Turbeville, Joseph E. 1976. A ferromagnetic
sorbent system for oil spill recovery. Offshore
Technol. Conf. Pap. No. OTC 2693. pp. 883-
886, 3 Figs.

Walton, Todd L., Jr. and James A. Purpura.
1977. Beach nourishment along the southeast
Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Shore and Beach. July
1977. pp. 10-18.

Walton, Todd L., Jr. 1977. A relationship be-
tween inlet cross section and outer bar storage.
Shore and Beach. April 1977. pp. 9-14.

Walton, R. L., Jr., and Robert G. Dean. 1976.
Use of the outer bars of inlets as sources of
beach nourishment material. Shore and Beach.
July 1976. pp. 13-19.

Walton, T. L., and R. G. Dean. 1973. Applica-
tion of littoral drift roses to coastal engineering
problems. Conf. Eng. Dynamics in the Surf
Zone. May 14-17, 1973. Sydney, Australia.








PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS


1978 FLORIDA SEA GRANT DIRECTORY.

NET AND TRAWL DESIGN BY HYDRO-
DYNAMIC MODELING Technical Paper.

PROCEEDINGS ARTIFICIAL REEF
CONFERENCE Report.

SOCIAL ECOLOGY EFFECTIVE SALT
SPRAY Bulletin.









SHRIMP BEAM TRAWLS-DESIGN, CON-
STRUCTION AND OPERATION. Bent A.
Christensen and John Dorman. 42 pp. (Tech.
Paper No. 6).

THE BIOLOGY AND UTILIZATION OF
FLORIDA'S COMMERCIAL SPONGES. John
M. Stevely, Jerome C. Thompson and Richard
E. Warner. 45 pp. (Tech. Paper No. 8).

BIOLOGY AND FLORIDA FISHERY OF THE
STONE CRAB, WITH EMPHASIS ON SOUTH-
WEST FLORIDA. Theresa NM. Bert, Richard E.
Warner and Lorin D. Kessler. 82 pp. (Tech.
Paper No. 9).

CHEMICAL ATTRACTANTS OF THE FLOR-
IDA SPINY LOBSTER, PANULIRUS ARGUS.
Barry W. Ache, Bruce R. Johnson and Edward
Clark. 26 pp. (Tech. Paper No. 10).


Technical Papers

PAPERS PRESENTED AT BEACH SEMINAR
HELD OCTOBER 4-7, 1978 AT CAPTIVA
ISLAND, FLORIDA. T. L. Walton, Jr. and T. M.
Leahy, Eds. 176 pp. (Tech. Paper No. 7).


OCEAN ENGINEERING

Journal Reprints

Walton, T. L., Jr. 1978. Equilibrium shores and
coastal design. Coastal Sediments '77. pp. 1-16.

Walton, T. L., Jr. 1978. Coastal erosion-some
causes and some consequences (with special
emphasis on the state of Florida). Mar. Tech.
Soc. J. 12(4): 28-33.


FLORIDA SEA GRANT COLLEGE
PUBLICATIONS 1979
(MAP-3A)


This is an addendum to "Florida Sea Grant
Publications List 1978" (MAP-3), and in-
cludes publications printed as of January
1979.


(ATTACH TO INSIDE BACK COVER
OF MAP-3)


ADVISORY


MARINE ADVISORY BULLETINS
1978


Journal Reprints


Johnson, Bruce R. and Barry W. Ache. 1978.
Antennular chemosensitivity in the spiny lob-
ster, Panulirus argus: Amino acids as feeding
stimuli. Mar. Behav. Physiol. 5:145-157.

Prochaska, Fred J. Prices, marketing margins and
structural change in the king mackerel market-
ing system. Southern J. Agr. Econ. July 1978.
pp. 105-109.


OCEAN ENGINEERING

Sea Grant Reports


ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN FLORIDA. Donald Y.
Aska, Ed., 65 pp. 1978. (No. 24).
Proceedings of a conference held June 10-11,
1977 at the University of South Florida, St.
Petersburg, Florida. Provides current informa-
tion regarding the placement, management, use,
and control of Florida's artificial reefs.


The State University System of Florida Sea Grant College is
supported by award of the Office of Sea Grant, National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Com-
merce, grant number 04-8-M01-76, under provisions of the Na
tonal Sea Grant College and Programs Act 1966. This informa.
tion is published in cooperation with the Florida Cooperative
Extension Service, John T. Woeste, dean, in conducting Coopera-
tive Extension work in Agriculture, Home Economics, and
Marine Sciences, State of Florida, U.S. Department of Agricul-
ture, U.S. Department of Commerce, and Boards of County
Commissioners cooperating. Printed and distributed in further-
ance of the Acts of May 8 and June 14, 1914.


FLORIDA SEA GRANT PROGRAM DIREC-
TORY 1978. 17 pp. (MAP-2).
Addresses and telephone numbers of Florida Sea
Grant administrators, principal investigators and
programs, marine advisory specialists, multi-
county marine agents, district agents, and co-
operative Extension directors.

FLORIDA SEA GRANT PUBLICATIONS. Re-
vised January 1978. 26 pp. (MAP-3).
A listing of all publications of the State Univer-
sity System of Florida Sea Grant College.

PRODUCTION, COSTS, AND EARNINGS BY
BOAT SIZE: FLORIDA SPANISH MACKEREL
FISHERY. James C. Cato, R. Allen Morris and
Fred J. Prochaska, 16 pp. (MAP-4).
Provides individual fishing firms basic economic
information with which they can compare their
own operations to determine if any change in
their fishing practices is warranted.


This public document was promulgated at a
cost of $149.18, or 3 cents per copy, to pro-
vide information on the publications of the
State University System of Florida Sea Grant
College Program. Cost does not include post-
age or handling.








BROCHURES
FACT SHEETS

PROTECT THE MANATEE. (MAFS-3).
Information on the Florida Manatee (Trichechus
manatus), a Florida endangered species. In addi-
tion to a map showing locations of refuges used
by manatees in Florida, many interesting facts
are included.

LAND YOUR CATCH FRESH. (MAFS-6).
Quality control guidelines for proper protection
of fish harvest by culling, cleaning and chilling.
Includes legal requirements for boats used for
harvesting or transporting seafood. Information
useful to commercial and sport fishermen.


ANNUAL REPORTS

REPORT ON THE SEA GRANT COLLEGE OF
THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF
FLORIDA FOR 1977.
Discusses programs including research projects,
education, and marine advisory program of the
Florida Sea Grant Program. A program summary,
publications, and list of principal investigators
and projects are also included.


RESEARCH



COASTAL POLICY

Technical Papers
THE NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PRO-
GRAM REVISITED-AN UPDATED MODEL
ORDINANCE FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF
ITS LAND MANAGEMENT CRITERIA. Frank
E. Maloney and Dennis C. Dambly. 46 pp.
(Tech. Paper No. 3).


Journal Reprints
Paredes, J. Anthony. 1978. Hurricanes and an-
thropologists in Florida. Flor. Anthropol. 31(2):
44-51.

ESTUARINE MANAGEMENT
Technical Papers
SHORT- AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF
FORESTRY OPERATIONS ON WATER QUAL-
ITY AND THE BIOTA OF THE APALACHI-
COLA ESTUARY (NORTH FLORIDA, U.S.A.).
Robert J. Livingston. 409 pp. (Tech Paper No.
5).
Journal Reprints
Bobbie, Ronald J., Susan J. Morrison and David
C. White. 1978. Effects of substrate biodegrada-
bility on the mass and activity of the associated
estuarine microbiota. Appl. and Enu. Microbiol.
35(1):179-184.

Boynton, W. R. 1977. An energy based evalua-
tion of a proposed navigation dam on the
Apalachicola River, Florida. pp. 158-171 in:
Livingston, R. J. and E. A. Joyce, editors.
F/la. A/ar. Res. Publ. 26.
Eng-Wilmot, D. L. 1978. Growth response of the
marine blue-green alga, Gomphosphaeria aponina,
to inorganic nutrients and significance to man-
agement of Florida red tide. Microbios. 19:167-
179.
Graham, D. Steven, J. M. Hill and B. A.
Christensen. 1978. Verification of an estuarine
model for Apalachicola Bay, Florida. Proc. of
the Specialty Conference on Verification of
Mathematical and Physical Models in Hydraulic
Engineering ASCE. August 9-11, 1978. College
Park, Maryland. pp. 237-245.

Graham, D. Stephen and B. A. Christensen.
1978. Development of drainage basin-estuary
numerical model system for planning of the
coastal zone. Coastal Zone '78. March 14-16,
1978. San Francisco, Calif. pp. 621-633.


Herron, Jean S., John D. King and David C.
! White. 1978. Recovery of poly-B-hydroxy-
butyrate from estuarine and marine samples.
Appl. and Env. Microbiol. 35(2):251-257.

King, John D. and David C. White. 1977. Mur-
amic acid as a measure of microbial biomass in
estuarine and marine samples. Appl. and Env.
Alicrobiol. 33(4):777-783.

King, John, D.. David C. White and Cecile W.
Taylor. 1977. Use of lipid composition and
metabolism to examine structure and activity of
estuarine detrital microflora. Appl. and Env.
MAlicrobiol. 33(5):1177-1183.

Laughlin, Roger A., Claude R. Cripe and Robert
J. Livingston. 1978. Field and laboratory avoid-
ance reactions by blue crabs (Callinectes sapi-
dus) to storm water runoff. Trans. of the Amer.
Fish. Soc. 107(1):78-86.

Livingston, Robert J. et al. 1977. The biota of
the Apalachicola Bay system: Functional
relationships. 75-100 in: Livingston, R. J., and
E. A. Joyce, Jr., editors. Proceedings of Confer-
ence. Fla. Alar. Res. Pub. 26.

Livingston, R. J., N. P. Thompson and D. A.
Meeter. 1978. Long-term variation of organo-
chlorine residues and assemblages of epibenthic
organisms in a shallow north Florida (USA)
Estuary. Alar. Biol. 46:355-372.

Martin, Dean F. and Marine H. Gonzalez. 1978.
Effects of salinity on synthesis of DNA, acidic
polysaccharide, and growth in the blue-green
alga, Gomphosphaeria aponina. Water Res. 12:
951-955.

Meeter, D. A. and R. J. Livingston. 1978.
Statistical methods applied to a four-year multi-
variate study of a Florida estuarine system.
Amer. Soc. for Testing and Materials. Special
Tech. Pub. 652. pp. 53-67.


Morrison, S. J., et al. 1977. Evidence for micro-
floral succession on allochthonous plant litter in
Apalachicola Bay, Florida, USA. Mar. Bio. 41:
229-240.

Myers, V. B., and R. L. Iverson. 1977. Aspects
of nutrient limitation of the phytoplankton pro-
ductivity in the Apalachicola Bay system. pp.
67-74 in: Livingston, R. J., and E. A. Joyce,
editors. Fla. Alar. Res. Pub. 26.

Oesterling, J. L., and G. L. Evink. 1977. Rela-
tionship between Florida's blue crab population
and Apalachicola Bay. 101-121 in: Livingston,
R. J., and E. A. Joyce, editors. Fla. Alar. Res.
Pub. 26.

White David C. 1978. Determination of micro-
bial activity of estuarine detritus by relative
rates of lipid biosynthesis. Limnol. and Oceanog.
22(6):1089-1099.



FISHERIES RESOURCES

Sea Grant Reports

PRIMARY ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE
FLORIDA COMMERCIAL FISHING SECTOR.
Fred J. Prochaska and R. Allen Morris, 56 pp.
1978. (No. 25).
Identifies the quantity and value of commercial
marine landings for the 1972-75 production
period, determines expenditures and sales
directly generated by commercial marine fish-
eries, and assesses the economic impact in
terms of sales, income, employment and output.

Technical Papers

SPINY LOBSTER RESEARCH REVIEW PRO-
CEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE HELD
DECEMBER 16, 1976 IN KEY WEST, FLOR-
IDA. Richard E. Warner, Ed. 56 pp. (Tech.
Paper No. 4).


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