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INTRODUCTION


Through its research, educational, and advisory programs, the
Florida Sea Grant College has produced the listed publications. 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


They are also available to Florida residents from marine advisory
agents or coastal county Extension directors.

Directions for obtaining out-of-print publications are in the
"Out of Print" Section.



CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION

GENERAL INFORMATION 1

COASTAL DEVELOPMENT 3

COASTAL PROCESSES 6

LIVING MARINE RESOURCES 13

MARINE YOUTH EDUCATION 19

OUT-OF-PRINT PUBLICATIONS 21

AUTHOR INDEX 25

SUBJECT/KEY WORD INDEX 27


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GENERAL INFORMATION


MARINE ADVISORY BULLETINS


BOATING SAFETY THUNDERSTORMS. Walter A. Sitarz. (MAP-5).

Describes safe boating techniques and precautions related to
wind, lightning, high water, etc. caused by thunderstorms.
Includes the "Lightning Protection Code of 1968."

FLORIDA SEA GRANT PROGRAM DIRECTORY 1980. (MAP-8).

Addresses and telephone numbers of Florida Sea Grant adminis-
trators, principal investigators and programs, marine advisory
specialists, multi-county marine agents, district agents, and
Cooperative Extension directors.


SEA GRANT REPORTS


REPORTS ON THE FLORIDA SEA GRANT COLLEGE FOR 1975, 1976, 1977, and
1978.

Discusses 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.


FACT SHEETS


MEDICAL CARE FOR COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN. (MAFS-2).

Informs fishermen concerning medical, surgical, and dental
benefits available through the U.S. Public Health Service.

FLORIDA MARINE ADVISORY PROGRAM. (MAFS-4).

A brochure on what the Marine Advisory Program is and what it
does.

THE SEA AND COAST -- MOTION PICTURE AND SLIDE PRESENTATIONS.
(MAFS-5).

Information on motion picture films and slide presentations
available from the Marine Advisory Program.

DIVING AND SMOKING. (MAFS-7).

Outlines effects of smoking on individuals who dive and smoke.
Gives reasons why divers should not smoke.






FLORIDA COASTAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION A User's Guide.
(MAFS-8).

Lists sources of coastal and environmental information including
Coastal Engineering Archives, Environmental Data Index, Oceanic
and Atmospheric Scientific Information Center, University of
Florida Computer searches, etc.

RECREATIONAL SCUBA DIVING. (MAFS-11).

Provides safety information for divers.

COLD WATER -- STAYING ALIVE AT LOW TEMPERATURES. (MAFS-12).

Information regarding survival techniques in cold water
situations.

APPLICATION OF ANCHORS AND ANCHORING THEORY. (MAFS-17).

Describes different types of anchors and rigging methods and
includes information on site selection and other pertinent facts.

HURRICANE AND SEVERE WEATHER CHECKLIST FOR BOATERS. (MAFS-24).

Contains information related to safety precautions for boaters
and provides a checklist of steps to take as security measures.

HURACAN REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD. (MAFS-25).

Safety rules for hurricanes and storm surge. Spanish
translation.

FLORIDA SEA GRANT PROGRAM. 1975. (Not Numbered)

Provides information about the Florida Sea Grant and Marine
Advisory Programs.

THIS FLAG IS IMPORTANT. (Not Numbered)

Provides safety information for recreational boaters and
commercial fishermen.


PERIODICALS

NEWSLETTER

Sea Grant and Marine Advisory Program bimonthly newsletter.
Articles pertaining to research projects, the marine advisory
program and other timely marine topics. Includes list of most
recent publications and meetings of interest.

COASTAL NEWS REPRINTS

A monthly compilation of clippings from Florida newspapers
concerning the ocean and coast.
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COASTAL DEVELOPMENT


MARINE ADVISORY BULLETINS


COASTAL CONSTRUCTION SETBACK LINE. James A. Purpura and William A.
Sensabaugh. (SUSF-SG-74-002).

Discusses the State of Florida setback line law and how the
location is determined.

HURRICANE-RESISTANT CONSTRUCTION FOR HOMES. Todd L. Walton, Jr.
(SUSF-SG-76-005).

Discusses hurricane winds and the implication of probability
concepts on home design in hazardous areas. Federal and local
guidelines are reviewed including the National Flood Insurance
Program, the Florida Coastal Construction Setback Line, and
county building codes.

BEACH DUNE WALKOVER STRUCTURES. Todd L. Walton, Jr. and Thomas C.
Skinner. (SUSF-SG-76-006).

Information and instructions for building walkover structures in
areas where sand dunes are threatened by human traffic.

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.
(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.

LOCAL CONTROL OVER THE ONSHORE INPACTS OF OFFSHORE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
IN FLORIDA. R. D. Woodson and John Corbett. (MAP-7)

Discusses environmental, economic and social impacts onshore of
offshore energy development and the legal alternatives and
options available to local governments.

RECREATIONAL USE REEFS IN FLORIDA ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL. (MAP-9).

Atlas in map form showing both artificial and natural reefs off
the coast of Florida.






SEA GRANT REPORTS


ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN FLORIDA. Donald Y. Aska, Ed. (No. 24).

Proceedings of a conference held June 10-11, 1977 at the
University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida. Provides
current information regarding the placement, management, use, and
control of Florida's artificial reefs.

MARINA AND BOATYARD OPERATORS IN FLORIDA -- CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS.
Thomas M. Leahy, Editor. (No. 27).

Summarizes the two and a half day conference for marina and
boatyard operators held in Orlando, Florida, April 4-6, 1978.
This conference provided a forum for operators to discuss their
problems with representatives from government regulating agencies
and to encourage education and research programs where needed.

SEAWALL DESIGN ON THE OPEN COAST. Todd L. Walton, Jr. and William
Sensabaugh. (No. 29).

This report is intended to provide insight into effects which
seawalls have on the beach system, and proper design
considerations for seawall construction on the open coast. The
main emphasis is toward anchored seawalls since most seawalls on
the open coast are of this type.


FACT SHEETS


BUILDING CONSTRUCTION ON SHORELINE PROPERTY. (Not Numbered)

Construction guidelines and considerations for owners, designers
and builders of shore area buildings.

CONSTRUCTING AN ARTIFICIAL REEF BUOY. (MAFS-9).

Describes artificial reef buoys and provides diagrams for
construction.

ARTIFICIAL REEF SITE SELECTION AND EVALUATION. (MAFS-20).

Tells how to select a proper site for an artificial reef.
Includes information related to the distance and depth offshore,
substrate, reef permitting and biological reports.

FLORIDA SEA GRANT ARTIFICIAL REEF RESOURCE TEAM. (MAFS-21).

Describes the activities of a Florida Sea Grant funded artificial
reef resource team established to aid municipal and private
groups interested in artificial reef construction. Lists
addresses and phone numbers of team members.






TECHNICAL PAPERS


LOCAL CONTROL OVER THE ONSHORE IMPACTS OF OFFSHORE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
IN FLORIDA. R. D. Woodson, Marc J. Tannen, and John J. Corbett.
(Technical Paper No. 13).

MARINE-RELATED RECREATION BUSINESSES AND PUBLIC FACILITIES IN BAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Edward A. Fernald, Karen Walby, Sarah Jane
Miller, and John Paul Jones III. (Technical Paper No. 15).


JOURNAL REPRINTS


Boynton, W. R. 1977. An energy based evaluation of a proposed
navigation dam on the Apalachicola River, Florida. pp. 158-171
in: Livingston, R. J. and E. A. Joyce, editors. Fla. Mar. Res.
Publ. 26.

Christensen, B. A. and R. M. Snyder, 1978. Establishment of
residential waterfront property by construction of canal systems
in coastal wetlands. Problems and solutions. Coastal Zone '78,
pp. 1301-1315.

Hayter, E. J. and A. J. Mehta. 1979. Verification of changes in
flow regime due to dike breakthrough closure. pp. 729-746 in:
Proc. of the Specialty Conf. on Coastal Structures '79. March
14-16, 1979. Alexandria, VA.

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

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, Frank E., Dan Fernandez, Anthony R. Parrish, Jr. and James
M. Reinders. 1977. Public beach access: A guaranteed place to
spread your towel. Univ. of Fla. Law Review XXIX:853-880

Maloney, Frank E. and Anthony J. O'Donnell, Jr. 1978. Drawing the
line at the oceanfront. The role of coastal construction setback
lines in regulating development of the coastal zone. Univ.
of Fla. Law Review XXX:383-404.






COASTAL PROCESSES


MARINE ADVISORY BULLETINS


THE BEACH -- A NATURAL PROTECTION FROM
Sensabaugh. (SUSF-SG-75-002).


THE SEA. William A.


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.


SEA GRANT REPORTS


ST. LUCIE INLET. Todd L. Walton. (No. 2).


A summary of the more significant available
documentation concerning this inlet.

FORT PIERCE INLET. Todd L. Walton. (No. 3).

A summary of the more significant available
documentation concerning this inlet.

STABILIZATION OF BEACHES AND DUNES BY VEGETATION
Davis. (No. 7).


information and known


information and known


IN FLORIDA. John H.


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. (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 important,
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.

JOHN'S PASS AND BLIND PASS. A. J. Mehta, C. P. Jones, and Wm. D.
Adams. (No. 18).

A summary of the more significant available information and known
documentation concerning these inlets.






MATANZAS INLET. A. J. Mehta and C. P. Jones. (No. 21).


A summary of the more significant available information and known
documentation concerning this inlet.

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

A summary of the more significant available information and known
documentation concerning this inlet.

SALT TOLERANT PLANTS FOR FLORIDA LANDSCAPES. William E. Barrick.
(No. 28).

Lists and describes salt tolerant plants especially adaptable to
the climatic conditions found in Florida and provides information
pertaining to environmental stresses and adverse qualities of
coastal soils. Includes black and white photographs of 67 salt
tolerant plants.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HURRICANES AND COASTAL STORMS. Earl J. Baker,
Editor. (No. 33)

Papers presented at a national conference held May 29-31, 1979,
in Orlando, Florida.


FACT SHEETS


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.

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 areas: VENICE,
FLORIDA (MAFS-18), and BOCA RATON INLET VICINITY (MAFS-19).

COASTAL HISTORY NOTES. Todd L. Walton, Jr. (Not Numbered)

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.


TECHNICAL PAPERS


PROTECTING COASTAL WATERS: MODEL ORDINANCES FOR RUNOFF CONTROL AND
SEWAGE DISPOSAL. Frank E. Maloney and Bram D. E. Canter.
(Technical Paper No. 14).






PAPERS PRESENTED AT ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON BEACH PRESERVATION. October
3-5, 1979, Bal Harbour, FL. Compiled by Stan Tait and Thomas
Leahy. (Technical Paper No. 16).


JOURNAL REPRINTS


Adams, James W. R. 1979. Rebuilding the beaches of Florida. Shore
and Beach. J. of the Am. Shore & Beach Pres. Assn. 47(2):3-6.

Baker, Earl J. 1979. Geographical variations in hurricane risk and
legislative response. Coastal Zone Mgt. J. 5(4):163-283.

Baker, Earl J. 1979. Predicting response to hurricane warnings: A
reanalysis of data from four studies. Mass Emergencies
4(9):9-24.

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

Barrick, William E. 1979. Salt tolerant plants for Florida
landscapes. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 91:82-84.

Bobbie, Ronald J., Susan J. Morrison and David C. White. 1978.
Effects of substrate biodegradability on the mass and activity of
the associated estuarine microbiota. Appl. and Env.
Microbiol. 35 (1):179-184.

Christensen, B. A. 1976. Hydraulics of sheet flow in wetlands.
Proc. Symp. on Inland Waters for Navigation, Flood Control and
Water Diversion. 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. Soc. Civil Eng. Nat. Cony.
November 2-7, 1975. Denver, Colorado. 24 pp.

Coultas, C. L. 1978. The soils of the intertidal zone of Rookery
Bay, Florida. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 42:111-115.

Cripe, C. R., and R. J. Livingston. 1977. Dynamics 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 determination of activity rhythms of aquatic
organisms using infrared light emitting diodes. J. Fish Res.
Bd. Canada. 32:1884-1886.






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.

Eng-Wilmot, D. L. 1978. Growth response of the marine blue-green
alga, Gomphosphaeria aponina, to inorganic nutrients and
significance to management of Florida red tide.
Microbios. 19:167-179.

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 proliferation of Gymnodinium breve and
Gomphosphaeria aponina. Marine Biol. 41:71-77.

Fazio, Steven D., William R. Mayberry and David C. White. 1979.
Muramic acid assay in sediments. Appl. and Env. Microbiol.
38(2):349-350.

Graham, Donald Steven, John Paul Daniels and B. A. Christensen. 1979.
Predicting circulation changes from bathymetric modification. pp.
531-549 in: Proc. of the Spec. Conf. on Civil Eng. in the
Oceans IV. September 10-12, 1979. San Francisco, CA.

Graham, D. Steven, J. M. Hill and B. A. Christensen. 1978. Verifi-
cation of an estuarine model for Apalachicola Bay, Florida. Proc.
of the Specialty Conf. on Verification of Math. and Phys.
Models in Hydraulic Eng. ASCE. August 9-11, 1978. College Park,
Maryland. pp. 237-245.

Graham, D. Steven 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.

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.

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.

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.






King, John D. and David C. White. 1977. Muramic acid as a measure
microbial biomass in estuarine and marine samples. Appl. and
Env. Microbiol. 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.
Microbiol. 33 (5):1177-1183.

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 temperature and DDT residues. Arch.
Env. Contam. & Toxicol. 4:119-128.

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

Lau, Joseph, and Albert Barcilon. 1972. Harmonic generation of
shallow water waves over topography. J. Phys. Oceanog.
2(4):405-410.

Laughlin, Roger A., Claude R. Cripe and Robert J. Livingston. 1978.
Field and laboratory avoidance reactions by blue crabs
(Callinectes sapidus) 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 Conference
Fla. Mar. Res. Pub. 26.

Livingston, R. J., N. P. Thompson and D. A. Meeter. 1978. Long-
term variation of organochlorine residues and assemblages of
epibenthic organisms in a shallow north Florida (USA) Estuary.
Mar. Biol. 46355-372.

Livingston, Robert J., et al. 1976. Avoidance responses of estuarine
organisms to storm water runoff and pulp mill effluents.
Estuarine Processes. 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 preliminary characterization. J. Env. Sci.
Health, All. (20 & 11):613-622.

Martin, Dean F. and Marina 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.

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 Gymnodinium breve.
Chem.-Biol. Interactions. 17:17-24.

Meeter, D. A. and R. J. Livingston. 1978. Statistical methods
applied to a four-year multivariate study of a Florida
estuarine system. Am. Soc. for Testing and Materials.
Spec. Tech. Pub. 652:53-67.

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.

Mehta, A. J. and T. A. Zeh. 1979. Investigation of the hydrodynamics
of inlet plume. pp. 478-485 in: Proc. of the Spec. Conf. on
Conserv. and Utilization of Water and Energy Res. August 8-11,
1979. San Francisco, CA.

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

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

Morrison, S. J., et al. 1977. Evidence for microfloral 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 productivity in the
Apalachicola Bay system. pp. 67-74 in: Livingston, R. J., and
E. A. Joyce, editors. Fla. Mar. Res. Pub. 26.

Nickels, Janet S., John D. King, and David C. White. 1979. Poly-B-
Hydroxybutyrate accumulation as a measure of unbalanced growth of
the estuarine detrital microbiota. Appl. and Env. Microbiol. 37
(3):459-465.






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.

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

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

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, 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.

Walton, Todd L., Jr. and T. Y. Chiu. 1979. A review of analytical
techniques to solve the sand transport equation and some
simplified solutions, pp. 809-837 in: Proc. of the Spec.
Conf. on Coastal Structures '79. March 14-16, 1979.
Alexandria, VA.

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 between inlet cross
section and outer bar storage. Shore and Beach. April 1977.
pp. 9-14.

Walton, T. 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. Application of littoral drift
roses to coastal engineering problems. Conf Eng. Dynamics in
the Surf Zone. May 14-17, 1973. Sydney, Australia.

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






LIVING MARINE RESOURCES


MARINE ADVISORY BULLETINS


CRAB PROCESSING, 1. SANITATION. William E. McCullough. (SUSF-SG-73-
003).

Discusses sanitary measures to be employed in the processing and
packing of crabs.

NORTHWEST FLORIDA GULF COAST RED SNAPPER-GROUPER PARTY BOAT
OPERATIONS, AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS, 1974. Fred J. Prochaska and
James C. Cato. (SUSF-SG-75-007).

An analysis based on data collected through personal interviews
with boat owners that presents estimates of average number of
fishermen per boat on a yearly basis, expenditures by fishermen,
and costs of operating party boats.

REPRODUCTION, GROWTH, AND MIGRATION OF BLUE CRABS ALONG FLORIDA'S
GULF COAST. Michael T. Oesterling. (SUSF-SG-76-003).

Life history of the blue crab in Florida waters including migra-
tional trends revealed as a result of a research project
involving tagging and recapture of the crabs. Included are maps
showing release sites, recapture locations, numbers of crabs
involved, and time frame.

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF COST AND RETURNS IN THE SPINY LOBSTER FISHERY BY
BOAT AND VESSEL SIZE. Fred J. Prochaska and Joel S. Williams.
(SUSF-SG-76-004).

An economic survey of 25 Florida Keys lobster boat and vessel
captains concerning cost, production and returns data for the
1973-74 season.

LANDINGS, VALUES, AND PRICES IN COMMERCIAL FISHERIES FOR THE FLORIDA
EAST COAST. James C. Cato and Fred J. Prochaska.
(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.

PRODUCTION, COSTS, EARNINGS BY BOAT SIZE: FLORIDA SPANISH MACKEREL
FISHERY. James C. Cato, R. Allen Morris and Fred J. Prochaska.
(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.






SEA GRANT REPORTS


FLORIDA COMMERCIAL MARINE FISHERIES -- GROWTH, RELATIVE IMPORTANCE
AND INPUT TRENDS. Fred J. Prochaska. (No. 11).

Trends in total landings in Florida during the 1952-72 period are
considered and Florida's relative importance as a fishing state
is analyzed.

ECONOMICS, BIOLOGY, AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY OF MULLET. James C. Cato and
William McCullough. (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.

LUGWORM AQUACULTURE. Charles N. D'Asaro and Henry C. K. Chen.
(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.

PROCEEDINGS: COLLOQUIUM ON SNAPPER-GROUPER FISHERY RESOURCES OF THE
WESTERN CENTRAL ATLANTIC OCEAN. Edited by Harvey R. Bullis, Jr.
and Albert C. Jones. (No. 17).

Proceedings of a conference held October 16, 1975, at the Gulf
States Marine Fisheries Commission Meeting in Pensacola Beach,
Florida.

AN ECONOMICS PROFILE OF FLORIDA COMMERCIAL FISHING FIRMS: FISHERMEN,
COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES AND FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS. Fred J.
Prochaska and James C. Cato. (No. 19).

An economic survey of firms, fishermen and the gear and invest-
ments employed in Florida's major fisheries.

PRIMARY ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE FLORIDA COMMERCIAL FISHING SECTOR.
Fred J. Prochaska and R. Allen Morris. (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 fisheries, and
assesses the economic impact in terms of sales, income,
employment and output.

ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE PROCESSING AND MARKETING OF COMMERCIAL FLORIDA
MARINE LANDINGS. R. Allen Morris and Fred Prochaska. (No. 26).

Provides basic economic research which can be applied to specific
problems facing those who engage in the marketing and processing
of commercially landed fish. This report is limited to Florida
marine fisheries and does not include fresh water fisheries.
Industries supplying inputs to the commercial fishing industry
will find this useful.






AN INDEXED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SNAPPER (LUTJANIDAE) AND GROUPER-SEA BASS
(SERRANIDAE) BIOLOGY. Stephen A. Bortone, Karen A. Armsby, and
Mildred B. Bortone, Editors. (No. 30)

A comprehensive list of snapper-grouper information sources for
commercial and scientific interests.

DEVELOPMENT OF A SOFT CRAB FISHERY IN FLORIDA. W. Steven Otwell,
James C. Cato and Joseph G. Halusky. (No. 31).

Provides information on the development, processes, market
potential, etc. of soft crabs. Contains numerous photos, tables,
graphs and a glossary of common terminology pertaining to the
soft crab industry.

AQUATIC ANIMAL MEDICINE: A STATE OF THE ART. Robert L. Jenkins and
Joseph G. Halusky, Editors. (No. 32).

Proceedings of a conference held April 25, 1979 sponsored jointly
by the International Association for Aquatic Animal Medicine,
Florida Sea Grant College and Marine Advisory Program.

THE FLORIDA BLUE CRAB INDUSTRY: LANDINGS, PRICES AND RESOURCE
PRODUCTIVITY. Paul D. Landrum and Fred J. Prochaska. (No. 34).

A compilation of published statistics and analyses of trends in
landings, value and resources of the Florida blue crab industry.


FACT SHEETS


PROTECT THE MANATEE. (MAFS-3).

Information on the Florida Manatee (Trichechus manatus), a
Florida endangered species. In addition 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 and transporting seafood.
Information useful to commercial and sport fishermen.

SHARKS AND MAN -- A PERSPECTIVE. (MAFS-10).

Provides answers to some common questions about sharks.

FISH FACTS FOR FLORIDA CONSUMERS. (Series of six individual bro
chures). BLUE CRAB (MAFS-13). FINFISH (MAFS-14). SHRIMP (MAFS-
15). SQUID (MAFS-16). OYSTERS (MAFS-22). CONCH (MAFS-23).

Demonstrate how to select, buy, and prepare seafood.






HARVEST AND IDENTIFICATION OF PEELER CRABS. (MAFS-26).


Describes the molting process of blue crabs using, color
photographs and provides identification information as well as
locations and season, fishing methods, handling procedures and
fishing regulations related to the soft shell fishery.


TECHNICAL PAPERS


BIOLOGY AND FLORIDA FISHERY OF THE STONE CRAB, WITH EMPHASIS ON
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA. Theresa M. Bert, Richard E. Warner and Lorin
D. Kessler. (Technical Paper No. 9).

CHEMICAL ATTRACTANTS OF THE FLORIDA SPINY LOBSTER, PANULIRUS ARGUS.
Barry W. Ache, Bruce R. Johnson and Edward Clark. (Technical
Paper No. 10).


JOURNAL REPRINTS


Alvarez, Jose, C. 0. Andrew, and Fred J. Prochaska. 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. Hydrodynamic modeling 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.

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

DeLamater, Edward D., and W. R. Courtenay, Jr. Fish scales as seen
by scanning electron microscopy. 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.

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

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.

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

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

Laughlin, Roger A., Robert J. Livingston and Claude R. Cripe. 1978.
Comments: Reactions of blue crabs to low' pHl. Trans. Anm. Fish.
Soc. 107(6):868-871.

McCoy, Leslie F., Jr. and Dean F. Martin. 1978. Distribution of
cytolytic activity in cultures of Gcmhonhnheria apcnina.
J. Env. Sci. Health. A13(7):517-525.

McCoy, Leslie F., Jr., David L. Eng-Wilmot, -.nd D Lan F. Martin. 1979.
Isolation and partial purification of a red tide (Gymnodinium
breve) cytolytic factors) from cultures of Gc:bo op h ria
aponina. Ag. and Food Chem. 27(1):69S-7i.

Menzel, Winston. 1978. Selection and hybridization in quahog clans
(Mercenaria spp.). 507-521 in: Avault, James U., Jr., editor.
Proc. of the Eighth Annu. Meetin' World Maricul. Soc. January
1977. San Jose, Costa Rica.

Menzel, R. W., et al. 1976. Clam maricultu-r in Iorth-W-!t Florida.
Field study on predation. Proc. Hat. Shellfish Arc. 65:59-62.

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

Menzel, R. W. 1973. Some species affinities in th'. oyster genus
Crassostrea. Bull. Aier. Halacol. Unic-, Inc. p. .

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

Menzel, R. W. 1972. Selection and hybridization in the agriculture
of oysters and clams. Proc. 3rd Annu. Worklhop. 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.

Menzies, Robert A. and James M. Kerrigan. 1979. Implications of
spiny lobster recruitment patterns of the Caribbean -- A
biochemical genetic approach. pp. 164-178 in: Proc. of the
Gulf and Carib. Fish. Inst. November 1978. Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

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

Prochaska, Fred J. and James C. Cato. 1978. Analysis of Florida
Atlantic king mackerel monthly dockside prices. 67-69 in:
Proc. of the Mackerel Coll. March 16, 1978.

Prochaska, Fred J. and Joel S. Williams. 1979. An economic analysis
of spiny lobster production by individual firms at optimum stock
levels. Southern J. of Ag. Econ. December 1978. pp. 93-100.

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

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.

White, D. C., W. M. Davis, J. S. Nickels, J. D. King and R. J. Bobbie.
1979. Determination of the sedimentary microbial biomass by
extractible lipid phosphate. Oecologia 40:51-62.

Williams, Joel S., and Fred J. Prochaska. 1977. Maximum economic
yield and resource allocation 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 movement. Brometrika. 63(1):77-82.






MARINE YOUTH EDUCATION


FLORIDA 4-H MARINE SCIENCE PROGRAM, MEMBER'S GUIDE. Neil Crenshaw,
editor. (4-H 314).

Includes sixteen short-term projects on marine science.
Seaweeds, Plankton, Phytoplankton, Zooplankton, Sponges,
Barnacles, Crabs, Seashells, Sharks, Green Sea Turtle, Birds,
Stinging Animals of the Sea, Beach Sand, Sandy Beaches,
Beachcombing, and Tides.

FIELD STUDY OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, LEADER'S GUIDE. Neil Crenshaw.
(4-H 338).

Describes how to conduct a field study of an aquatic environment
with youngsters. How to group the youngsters, the use of some
simple collecting gear, measuring salinity, constructing a simple
food web and sample questions and problems that can be proposed
to stimulate thought.

INTERTIDAL ZONE PROJECT. Neil Crenshaw. (4-H 362).

Six field activities designed for youngsters between the ages of
12 and 18 years. The activities include Seining, Plant and Algae
Collecting, Plankton Collecting, Measuring Salinity, Measuring
Temperature, and Measuring Turbidity.

LIFE IN THE SEA, MEMBER'S GUIDE. Neil Crenshaw and Bill Clifton.
(4-H 360).

Contains seven activities; Dolphins, Tide Pool, Manatees,
Mollusks, Seals and Sea Lions, Coral Reefs, and Penguins, that
can be done by visiting an oceanarium or through actual
observations in the wild. Activities include information and
data about the animal or habitat and a list of suggested
readings.

LIFE IN THE SEA, LEADER'S GUIDE. (4-H 358).

Includes answers to the questions contained in the project record
(4-H 359).

LIFE IN THE SEA, PROJECT RECORD. (4-H 359).

A manual to be used in conjunction with 4-H 360 and 4-H 358.
Contains questions, observations and exercises to be completed by
reading the member's guide and through observations conducted
while visiting an oceanarium and/or in nature.

STARTING AND MAINTAINING A MARINE AQUARIUM. Prepared by Neil
Crenshaw. (4-H 356).

Explains how to make an aquarium from used glass, and how to
maintain a salt water aquarium. Types of sea water, bottom
material, filters, lighting, heating, aquarium animals, water
maintenance, and potential problems are discussed.






STARTING AND MAINTAINING A MARINE AQUARIUM, PROJECT RECORD. (4-H
357).

A record book for maintaining a salt water aquarium. Includes a
project maintenance list and project record.

WETLANDS. Neil Crenshaw. (4-365).

Covers basic information about salt marshes, swamps, estuaries,
and mangrove wetlands. How wetlands are important in purifying
water, as nurseries, for nutrient supplies and as a source of
protection is discussed.

WETLANDS, PROJECT RECORD. (4-H 366).

Contains a wetland crossword puzzle, hidden words puzzle, and
activities for youngsters to conduct in the field.

FINS & SCALES. Neil Crenshaw. (4-H 367).

Discusses the various kinds of fins and scales that are found on
fish and how they are used by the fish. The information is
followed up with suggested hands-on activities.






OUT-OF- PRINT PUBLICATIONS


A complete set of the following out-of-print publications is on
file at the University of Florida, Hume Library State Documents
section and can be used there as reference material. Also, xeroxed
copies can be obtained for a nominal fee from:

University of Florida
Hume Library State Documents
Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences
Gainesville, FL 32611

These publications are also available on loan from:

National Sea Grant Depository
Pell Marine Science Library
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.






MARINE ADVISORY BULLETINS
(out-of-print)


GASOLINE AND FUEL TAX EXEMPTIONS FUEL ALLOCATIONS. James C. Cato,
9 pp. (SUSF-SG-73-001). Obsolete.

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).

THE FISHERMAN AND THE FARM CREDIT SYSTEM. Fred J. Prochaska, 3
appendices, 5 pp. (SUSF-SG-73-004). Obsolete.

MARINE ECONOMICS: PROGRAMS IN RESEARCH AND EXTENSION. Fred J.
Prochaska and James C. Cato, 6 pp. (SUSF-SG-73-005). Obsolete.

REGULATORY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS FOR FLORIDA MARINE FISHERMEN. F. J.
Prochaska and J. R. Baarda, 13 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-003).

LANDINGS, VALUES, AND PRICES IN COMMERCIAL FISHERIES FOR THE FLORIDA
KEYS REGION. F. J. Prochaska and J. C. Cato, 20 pp.
(SUSF-SG-74-004).

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

LANDINGS, VALUES AND PRICES IN COMMERCIAL FISHERIES FOR THE FLORIDA
WEST COAST. J. C. Cato and F. J. Prochaska, 73 pp.
(SUSF-SG-75-003).

RECENT TAX DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMERCIAL FISHING. James C. Cato, 10 pp.
(SUSF-SG-75-004). Obsolete.

FLORIDA SHIRMP: FROM THE SEA THROUGH THE MARKET. Chris 0. Andrew,
Fred J. Prochaska, and Jose Alvarez, 15 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-005).

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. (SUSF-SG-75-006).

ELECTRONIC FISH SCANNING NET FISHING, FLORIDA. Donald Y. Aska and
Thomas M. Leahy, 8 pp. (SUSF-SG-76-002).

LANDINGS, VALUES, AND PRICES IN COMMERCIAL FISHERIES FOR THE FLORIDA
NORTHWEST COAST. James C. Cato and Fred J. Prochaska, 48 pp.
(SUSF-SG-77-004).

AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF KING MACKEREL PRODUCTION BY HOOK-AND-LINE ON
THE FLORIDA ATLANTIC COAST. 8 pp. (MAP-1).

FLORIDA SEA GRANT PUBLICATIONS. 1978. (MAP-3).

FLORIDA SEA GRANT PUBLICATIONS. 1979 Addendum. (MAP-3A).






SEA GRANT REPORTS
(out-of-print)


REPORTS ON THE SEA GRANT PROGRAM OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF
FLORIDA FOR 1972, 1973, and 1974. (Annual Report).

A SYSTEM FOR THE DETERMINATION OF CHRONIC EFFECTS OF POLLUTANTS ON THE
PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR OF MARINE ORGANISMS. Robert J.
Livingston, Claude R. Cripe, et al, 15 pp. (No. 4).

ON MARICULTURE OF THE FLORIDA SEAWEED, EUCHEUMA ISIFORME. Clinton
J. Dawes, 10 pp. 1974. (No. 5).

SEAWALL AND REVETMENT EFFECTIVENESS, COST AND CONSTRUCTION. Courtland
A. Collier, 71 pp. (No. 6).

AN INDEXED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE SPINY LOBSTER FAMILY PALINURIDAE.
P. Kanciruk and W. F. Herrnkind, Editors, 101 pp. (No. 8).

ECONOMIC STRUCTURE OF THE FLORIDA SHRIMP PROCESSING INDUSTRY. Jose
Alvarez, Chris 0. Andrew, and Fred J. Prochaska, 46 pp. (No. 9).

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS: SHARKS AND MAN -- A PERSPECTIVE. William
Seaman, Ed., 40 pp. (No. 10).

THE FLORIDA SPINY LOBSTER FISHERY: LANDINGS, PRICES AND RESOURCE
PRODUCTIVITY. Joel S. Williams and Fred J. Prochaska, 50 pp.
(No. 12).

SEBASTIAN INLET. A. J. Mehta, Wm. D. Adams, and C. P. Jones.
55 pp. (No. 14).

A summary of the more significant information and known
documentation concerning this inlet.

GUIDELINES FOR BEACHFRONT CONSTRUCTION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE
COASTAL CONSTRUCTION SETBACK LINE. Courtland A. Collier, Kamran
Eshaghi, George Cooper, and Richard S. Wolfe, 72 pp. (No. 20).

SEMINAR PROCEEDINGS: FRESHWATER AND THE FLORIDA COAST SOUTHWEST
FLORIDA. William Seaman, Jr. and Richard McLean, 243 pp. (No.
22).


TECHNICAL PAPERS
(out-of-print)


DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTY AND LOCAL ORDINANCES DESIGNED TO PROTECT THE
PUBLIC INTEREST IN FLORIDA'S COASTAL BEACHES. Frank E. Maloney
and Dan Fernandez, et al, 100 pp. (Technical Paper No. 11).

FOURTH ANNUAL TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL FISHERIES TECHNOLOGICAL
CONFERENCE OF THE AMERICAS. 36 pp. (Technical Paper No. 12).

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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. and A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF PUBLIC ATTITUDES TOWARD
HAZARD ZONE LAND USE CONTROLS. Earl J. Baker, 32 pp.

ENERGY RELATIONSHIPS AND THE PRODUCTIVITY OF APALACHICOLA BAY. Robert
J. Livingston, Richard L. Iverson, and David C. White, 472 pp.

LITTORAL DRIFT AND THE PREDICTION OF SHORELINE CHANGES. Richard L.
Pfeffer, 112 pp.

"ELOISE" A SEMINAR ON BEACHES VS. HURRICANES. Edited by Todd L.
Walton, Jr. and Thomas M. Leahy, 72 pp.

PROCEEDINGS ARTIFICIAL REEF WORKSHOP. Doug Coughenower and Bob
Bender, 14 pp.

BENEFIT-COST STUDY OF PINELLAS COUNTY ARTIFICIAL REEFS. Eila Hanni
and Heyward H. Mathews, 47 pp. (Technical Paper No. 1).

BEACH NOURISHMENTS IN FLORIDA AND ON THE LOWER ATLANTIC AND GULF
COASTS. Todd L. Walton, Jr., 66 pp. (Technical Paper No. 2).

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

SPINY LOBSTER RESEARCH REVIEW PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE HELD
DECEMBER 16, 1976 IN KEY WEST, FLORIDA. Richard E. Warner, Ed.,
56 pp. (Technical Paper No. 4).

SHORT- AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF FORESTRY OPERATIONS ON WATER QUALITY
AND THE BIOTA OF THE APALACHICOLA ESTUARY (NORTH FLORIDA,
U.S.A.). Robert J. Livingston, 409 pp. (Technical Paper No. 5).

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

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. (Technical Paper No. 7).

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






AUTHOR INDEX


Ache, Barry W. ............. 16, 17
Adams, James W.R. .............. 8
Adams, Wm. D. .............. 6, 23
Alvarez, Jose ......... 16, 22, 23
Anderson, C. L. ............... 22
Andrew, C. 0. ..... 16, 18, 22, 23
Armsby, Karen A. ............... 15
Aska, Donald Y. ............ 4, 22
Ausness, R.C. .................. 5

Baarda, J.R. .................. 22
Baker, Earl J. .......... 7, 8, 24
Barcilon, Albert I. .... 8, 10, 11
Barrick, Wm. E. ............. 7, 8
Bender, Bob ................... 24
Bert, Theresa M. ............... 16
Bittaker, Henry F. ............. 9
Bobbie, Ronald J. .......... 8, 18
Bortone, Stephen A. ........... 15
Bortone, Mildred B. ........... 15
Boynton, W.R. .................. 5
Brigham, John C., Jr. ......... 24
Bullis, Harvey R., Jr. ......... 14

Canter, Bram D.E. .............. 7
Cato, James C. 13,14,15,16,18,22
Chen, Henry C.K. .............. 14
Chiu, T. Y. ................... 12
Christensen, B.A. 5,8,9,11,16,24
Clark, Edward ................. 16
Clifton, Bill ................. 19
Collier, Courtland A. .......... 23
Cooper, George ................ 23
Combs, Christopher L. ......... 18
Corbett, John ............... 3, 5
Coughenower, Doug ............. 24
Coultas, C. L. ................. 8
Courtenay, W.R., Jr. .......... 16
Craig, Alan K. ................ 16
Crenshaw, Neil ............ 19, 20
Cripe, C.R. ........ 8, 10, 17, 23
Cripe, J.H. .................... 8


Dalrymple, Robert A......... 9
Dambly, Dennis C. ...... 5, 24
Daniels, John P. ........... 9
D'Asaro, Charles N. ... 14, 16
Davis, John H............... 6
Davis, W. M. .............. 18
Dawes, Clinton J. ......... 23
Dean, Robert G. ........ 9, 12
DeLameter, Edward D. ....... 16
Deng, J.C. ............. 16, 17
Dennison, R.A. ............. 16
Dobkin, Sheldon ........... 17
Dorman, John .............. 24

Eng-Wilmot, D.L. ....... 9, 17
Eshaghi, Kamran ........... 23
Evink, G.L. ............... 12

Fazio, Steven D. ........... 9
Fernald, Edward A. .......... 5
Fernandez, Dan ......... 5, 23
Fisher, Jeffrey A. .......... 3
Fluet, Joseph E. ........... 9

Gifford, Charles A. ......... 3
Gonzalez, Marina H. ........ 11
Graham, Donald S. .......... 9
Gregory, Douglas R., Jr. .. 18

Hall, N.R. ................ 17
Halusky, Jos. G. .......... 15
Hanni, Eila ............... 24
Hartt, Wm. A. .............. 9
Hayter, E. J. ............... 5
Henke, T.E. ................ 9
Herrnkind, W.F. ........... 23
Herron, Jean S. ............ 9
Hill, J.M. ................. 9
Hitchcock, W.S. ............. 9
Holland, Denise H. ........ 17

Iverson, Richard L. 9, 11, 24






Jenkins, Robert L. ........... 15
Johnson, Bruce R. ......... 16, 17
Jones, Albert C. ............. 14
Jones, C.P. ............. 6, 7, 23
Jones, John Paul, III ......... 5
Joyce, E. A. ................... 5

Kanciruk, P. ................. 23
Kerrigan, James M. ............ 18
Kessler, Lorin D. ............ 16
King, John D. ...... 9, 10, 11, 18
Kobylinski, G. J. ............. 10
Koenig, Christopher C. ....... 10

Landrum, Paul D. ............. 15
Lau, Joseph P. ............ 8, 10
Laughlin, Roger A. ....... 10, 17
Leahy, Thomas M. ... 4, 8, 22, 24
Livingston, R.J. 5, 8, 10, 11,
................. 17, 23, 24

Maloney, Frank E. .. 5, 7, 23, 24
Martin, D.F. .......... 9, 11, 17
Mathews, Heyward H. ........... 24
Mayberry, William R. ........... 9
McCoy, Leslie F., Jr. .... 11, 17
McCullough, Wm. E. ....... 13, 14
McLean, Richard .............. 23
McNutt, R.H. .................. 22
Meeter, D. A. ............ 10, 11
Mehta, A.J. ...... 5, 6, 7, 11, 23
Menzel, R.W. ......... 11, 17, 18
Menzies, Robert A. ........... 18
Meyers, Vernon B. ......... 9, 11
Miller, Christopher .......... 11
Miller, Sarah Jane ............ 5
Morris, R. Allen ......... 13, 14
Morrison, Susan J. ........ 8, 11

Nickels, Janet S. ........ 11, 18

O'Brien, Morrough P. .......... 12
O'Donnell, Anthony J. ......... 5
Oesterling, J.L. ......... 12, 13
Orthoefer, F.T. .......... 16, 18
Otwell, Steven W. ............ 15


Paredes, J. Anthony .. 12, 24
Parrish, Anthony R., Jr. .. 5
Pfeffer, Richard L. ...... 24
Prochaska, Fred J. 13,14,15,
......... 16, 18, 22, 23
Purpura, James A. .... 12, 22

Reinders, James M. ........ 5
Rubin, Hillel ............ 12

Seaman, William .......... 23
Sensabaugh, W.A. ... 4, 6, 22
Sitarz, Walter A. ......... 1
Skinner, Thomas C. ........ 3
Smith, John D. ........... 24
Snyder, R.M. ............... 5
Stevely, John M. ......... 24

Tait, Stan ................ 8
Tam, C.K.W. .............. 12
Tannen, Marc J. ........... 5
Taylor, Cecile W. ........ 10
Thompson, Jerome C. ...... 24
Thompson, N.P. ............ 10
Turbeville, Joseph E. .... 12

Van Montfrans, Jack ...... 17

Walby, Karen .............. 5
Walton, Todd L., Jr. .. 3, 4,
........ 6, 7, 9, 12, 24
Warner, Richard E. 16, 18, 24
Watson, M. ........... 16, 17
White, David C. ... 8, 9, 10,
......... 11, 12, 18, 24
Williams, Joel S. 13, 18, 23
Wolfe, Richard S. ......... 23
Woodson, R.D. ........... 3, 5

Yang, M.C.K. ............. 18

Zeh, T.A. ................ 11






SUBJECT/KEY WORD INDEX


Acidic polysaccharide 11
Adinia xenica 10
Alga 9, 11
Allochthonous plant litter 11
Anchors 2
Annual reports 1, 23
Anthropologists 12
Apalachicola 5, 9, 10, 11,
12, 24
Aponin 10
Aquaculture 14
Aquarium 19, 20
Aquasol 9
Aquatic animal medicine 15
Artificial Reefs 3, 4, 24


Bait 16
Bathymetric 9
Beach access 5
nourishment 12, 24
Beaches 3, 6, 8, 23, 24
Beachfront construction 23
Beam trawls 24
Bibliographies 15, 23
Biomass 10
Biosynthesis 12
Blind Pass 6
Blue Crab 10, 12, 13, 15, 17
Boating Safety 1, 2
Breakwaters 3
Buoy 4


Callinectes sapidus 10
Canal systems 5
Cetaceans 17
Channel design 8
Clam mariculture 17, 18
Coastal construction 4, 5, 22, 23
design 12
engineering 12
history notes 7
information 2, 3, 23
stabilization 6, 7
zone 5, 9
COASTAL DEVELOPMENT 3
COASTAL PROCESS 6
Coastal News Reprints 2






Cold water 2
Commercial fisheries
fishermen


12, 13, 22
1


Conch 15
Conferences 4, 7, 8, 14, 15, 23, 24
Costs and returns 13, 22
Crab processing 13
soft 15, 16
blue 10, 12, 13, 15, 17
Crassostrea 17
Cytolitic activity 17


Dam 5
DDT residues 10
Detrital 10
Diamond killfish 10
Dike 5
Directory 1
Diving 1, 2
DNA 11
Drainage basin-estuary 9
Dunes 6



Economics 13, 14, 18, 23
Education 19
Effluents 10
Electronic fish scanning 22
Eloise 24
Energy 3, 5, 24
Environmental information 2
Estuarine 9, 10, 11, 24
detritus 12
fisheries 11
microbiota 8
model 9
Eucheuma isiforme 23


Ferromagnetic sorbent system
Fiifish 15
Fins 20
Fish facts 15
scales 16, 20
Flag 2
Flatfishes 16
Floating tire breakwaters 3
Florida 4-H 19
Florida Sea Grant Program 2
Forestry operations 24
Fort Pierce Inlet 6
Freshwater 23






GENERAL INFORMATION 1
Gomphosphaeria aponina 9, 11, 17
Grouper 13, 14, 15, 22, 23
Gymnodinium breve 9, 11, 17


Hurricane 2, 7, 8, 12
Eloise 24
Resistant construction 3
Hydrodynamics 11, 16


Ichthyotoxicity 11
Inlets 9, 11, 12
Intertidal zone 8, 19


John's Pass 6


Key West 24
King mackerel 18, 22


Land management 5, 24
Land use controls 24
Landings, values, prices 13, 23
Lipids 10, 12, 16
Littoral drift 6, 9, 11, 12, 24
roses 6, 12
LIVING MARINE RESOURCES 13
Lugworm 14, 16
Lutjanidae 15


Mackerel 13, 18, 22
Macrobrachium acanthurus 17
Manatee 15
Mapping 5
Mariculture 17, 18, 23
Marinas 4
MARINE ADVISORY PROGRAM 1
Marine organisms 23
MARINE YOUTH EDUCATION 19
Marketing 14
Marsh system 8
Matanzas Inlet 7
Mercenaria spp. 17
Mirex 8, 10
Molluscan mariculture 17
Motion pictures 1
Mugil cephalus 16, 17
Mullet 14, 16, 17, 18, 22
Muramic acid 9, 10






National flood insurance 5, 24
Nets 16, 22
Neurologic disease 17
Newsletter 2
Nutrient limitation 11


Oil spill recovery 12
Ordinances 7, 23, 24
Organochlorine residues 10
Outer bar storage 12
Oysters 15, 17, 18


Palinuridae 23
Panama City 24
Panulirus argus 16, 18
Peeler crabs 16
Periodicals 1
Phosphate 18
Pinellas County 24
Plants 7
Pollutants 23
Poly-B-hydroxy-butyrate 9, 11
Ponce de Leon Inlet 7
Preservation 8
Pulp mill effluents 10


Quahog clams 17


Radiocarbon 9
Recreation businesses 5
Red snapper 13, 14, 15, 22, 23
Redtide 9, 17
Reefs 3
Regulatory management programs 22
Residential waterfront 5
Revetments 23
Rip currents 12
Rookery Bay 8
Runoff control 7


Salt tolerant plants 7, 8
Sand transport 12
Sand trapping 9
Sea and Coast 1
Sea Bass 15
Seawall design 4








Seaweed 23
Sebastian Inlet 23
Sediments 9
Sediment transport 8
Sedimentary stability 12
Seminars 23, 24
Serranidae 15
Setback line 5, 22, 23
Sewage disposal 7
Shallow water waves 10
Sharks 15, 23
Shell beds 11
Shore protection 3
Shoreline changes 24
Shrimp 15, 17, 22, 24
processing 16, 18, 23
Slide presentations 1
Smoking I
Snapper-Grouper 13, 14, 15, 22, 23
Social impact 24
Soft crab 15
Spanish mackerel 13
Spiny lobster 13, 16, 18, 23, 24
Sponges 24
Squid 15
St. Lucie Inlet 5
Stabilization 6, 7
Steel (1018) 9
Stochastic design 8
Stone crab 16
Stormwater runoff 10
Substrate biodegradability 8


Teleostean fishes 16
Thunderstorms 1
Transverse bars 8
Trawls 16, 24
Trinectes 16
Trinectes maculatus 10


Vegetation


Water quality 24
Wavemaker 9
Wetlands 20
Workshops 24








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