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Through its research, educational, and Extension programs,
Florida Sea Grant has produced the listed publications. Most
publications still in print may be obtained free on a single copy
basis. Write for price information on multiple copies.
Other publications, with prices indicated in the listings,
are "For Sale Only."
HOW TO ORDER
For free single copies or periodicals, contact Sea Grant
Extension agents at Coastal County Extension offices or the
All "For Sale Only" publications are available only from:
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G022 McCarty Hall
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611
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residents add 5% sales tax.
Compiled by Billie L. Crowell
Cover design by Ann Quast
GENERAL INFORMATION LIBRARY 1
COASTAL PROCESSES AND DEVELOPMENT
Sea Grant Reports 4
Sea Grant Extension Bulletins 9
Sea Grant Extension Fact Sheets 11
Sea Grant Technical Papers 12
LIVING MARINE RESOURCES
Sea Grant Reports 12
Sea Grant Extension Bulletins 18
Sea Grant Extension Fact Sheets 20
Sea Grant Technical Papers 20
Coastal Processes and Development 22
Living Marine Resources 30
OUT-OF-PRINT PUBLICATIONS 37
AUTHOR INDEX 44
SUBJECT/KEY WORD INDEX 52
SEA GRANT EXTENSION BULLETINS
Florida Sea Grant Program Directory. (SGEB-1).
Lists all personnel involved in the Florida Sea Grant College
Program, the Sea Grant Extension Program, and Coastal County
Extension Directors. Also includes list of principal inves-
tigators and brief descriptions of research projects.
Florida Sea Grant College Program Publication List. 1986.
Lists all publications resulting from Florida Sea Grant research,
education and advisory programs from 1973 through 1985.
Boating--Lightning Protection. William J. Becker. (SGEB-7).
A bulletin describing the lightning phenomenon with information
on minimizing lightning strike damage related to boating.
Includes description of lightning-protected boats, lightning
protection systems, and the lightning protection code.
Florida Sea Grant College Program. 1985. (SGEF-2).
Provides information about the Florida Sea Grant and Sea Grant
Florida Sea Grant Extension Program (SGEP). 1985. (SGEF-3).
A brochure on what the Sea Grant Extension Program is and what it
Diving and Smoking. (MAFS-7).
Outlines effects of smoking on individuals who dive and smoke.
Gives reasons why divers should not smoke.
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
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.
Getting Your Feet Wet. (MAFS-29).
Answers basic questions about scuba diving.
Diving and Pregnancy. (MAFS-30).
Discusses the possible effects of scuba diving on pregnancy and
suggests ways to minimize the risks.
Severe Weather and Hurricane Planning Guide for Marina/Boatyard
Operators. Leigh T. Johnson and Joseph G. Halusky. (MAFS-32).
Designed to aid marina and boatyard operators in planning
necessary procedures to increase safety and decrease destruction
during severe weather conditions such as hurricanes.
"Hurricane Survival: Family Action Guidelines." (SGEF-1).
Describes actions to take before, during and after a hurricane
to increase survival rates and decrease property destruction.
Includes a list of emergency phone numbers and special instruc-
tions for residents of mobile homes and high-rise buildings.
Sea Grant and Sea Grant Extension Program quarterly newsletter.
Articles pertaining to research projects, the marine advisory
program and other marine topics. Includes list of most recent
publications and meetings of interest.
SEA GRANT REPORTS
Florida Marine Education Resources Bibliography. Marjorie R.
Gordon and Leni L. Bane. (SGR-51). $3.00.
Lists nearly 500 documents, all of which are available
from the author or publisher. Subject areas include not only
marine biology and oceanography, but also literature, the arts,
engineering, etc. Each item is annotated with information on
subject, grade level and application (e.g., laboratory, field
project, etc.). Some materials are specific to unique Florida
coastal and marine features, such as mangroves, but others deal
with more general topics.
Extension Committee on Policy (ECOP) National Workshop
Proceedings. Marion Clarke. (SGR-71). $3.00.
Proceedings of the Extension Committee on Policy (ECOP)
National Workshop on Marine Extension Programs held at Clearwater
Beach, FL, May 7-9, 1985. This was the first national gathering
of Cooperative Extension Service and Sea Grant leaders and
administrators to collectively discuss contemporary issues of
marine extension programming.
Enhanced Public Coastal Information Through a Statewide Databank
Network in Florida: Feasibility and Pilot Study. David P. Reddy
and William Seaman, Jr. (TP-41).
SEA GRANT EXTENSION BULLETINS
Man Meets Coast. Diane Barile. (MAP-11).
A 32-page, cartoon-type booklet concerning man's attraction to
the coast, the problems which result and what is being done about
Marine Education -- K-12. Marjorie R. Gordon. (MAP-17).
Provides information on finding funds and opportunities for K-12
marine education resources, courses, and activities.
Man Meets Coast A Game of Coastal Issues. Diane Barile.
An educational game for 30 to 75 players who assume new
identities to explore and resolve various coastal issues facing
their fictitious community. For both adults and junior-senior
high school students, the game proceeds from neighborhood
meetings to meetings of common interest groups (e.g., fishermen,
developers, conservationists, tourists, etc.) and concludes in a
county commission hearing to decide policies regarding such
common issues as fishing in canals, dredging of a ship channel,
and coastal water supply regulations.
Marine Education and Research Organizations in Florida. Thomas M.
Leahy, Ed. (SGEB-3).
A compilation of educational and research organizations in
Florida with programs in the marine sciences. Includes addresses,
phone numbers and descriptions of facilities and programs.
COASTAL PROCESSES AND DEVELOPMENT
SEA GRANT REPORTS
Matanzas Inlet. A. J. Mehta and C. P. Jones. (SGR-21).
Sikes Cut. T. A. Zeh. (SGR-35)
Big Hickory Pass, New Pass, and Big Carlos Pass. C. P. Jones
St. George Inlet. H. Kojima and S. D. Hunt. (SGR-38).
Port Canaveral Inlet. S. D. Hunt. (SGR-39).
St. Marys Entrance. T. M. Parchure. (SGR-44).
Clearwater Pass. Robert J. Newman. (SGR-56).
Each title represents a summary of the more significant informa-
tion available on the named inlet. The reports are part of an
inlet series that will perhaps improve understanding of the
overall effect of inlets on their surrounding areas.
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. 1977.
Discusses and illustrates some problems commonly 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.
Salt Tolerant Plants for Florida Landscapes. William E. Barrick.
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
Seawall Design on Open Coast. Todd L. Walton, Jr. and William
This report is intended to provide insight into effects which
seawalls have on the beach system, and proper design considera-
tions 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.
Artificial Reefs: Conference Proceedings. Edited by Donald Y.
Aska. (SGR-41). $3.00.
Proceedings of a conference held September 13-15, 1979, in
Residential Canals and Canal Networks: Design and Evaluation.
F. W. Morris IV. (SGR-43). $5.00.
Prepared for design engineers, developers, and regulatory
agency personnel interested in either designing new canal systems
or rehabilitating existing ones. It describes canal hydrodynamics
and dispersion, guidelines for canal design, site surveys, canal
design elements, and a procedure for evaluating an existing or
proposed canal network.
A Handbook for Economic Analysis of Coastal Recreation Projects.
J. W. Milon and Grace Jones. (SGR-45). $2.00.
Prepared for recreation planners and administrators with little
or no training in economics to provide a basic understanding of
economic principles as they apply to outdoor coastal recreation
Dune Restoration and Revegetation Manual. Jack Salmon, Don
Henningsen, and Thomas McAlpin. (SGR-48). $2.00.
Generally applicable to the Gulf of Mexico and Southeastern
Atlantic states, this manual focuses on dunes in the pioneer
or sea oat zone closest to the waves. Designed to serve both
the private property owner and the local government official, it
includes information related to both large and small projects.
The Prediction of Hurricane Storm Surges. D. Lee Harris.
A state-of-the-art survey, the purpose of this report is to
encourage and assist nonmeteorologists in making use of available
technology. Although some of it is technical in nature, the
non-specialist is able to gain an understanding of the problems
involved in the prediction of coastal floods.
Resource Atlas of the Apalachicola Estuary. Robert J. Livingston.
This 64-page, four-color atlas represents a synthesis of
the available knowledge about the Apalachicola Bay as a natural
ecosystem and is the result of many years of research. Beau-
tifully illustrated, it contains many charts, graphs, maps and
line drawings. (This publication is available only from Florida
Resource and Environmental Data Center, 361 Bellamy Bldg.,
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306.)
Living with the West Florida Shore. Orrin H. Pilkey, Jr., et al.
Living with the East Florida Shore. (SGR-64).
These books are two of 20 projected volumes in the "Living
with the Shore" series. (Available ONLY from Duke University
Press, 6697 College Station, Durham, N.C. 27708. Hardback $24.75
each; Paperback $11.75 each; Plus shipping and handling $1.75 and
$.50 for each extra book.)
Proceedings, Tampa Bay Area Scientific Information Symposium.
S. F. Treat, J. L. Simon, R. R. Lewis III and R. L. Whiteman, Jr.
(eds.). (SGR-65). $65.00. Not available from Florida Sea Grant
College Program. See address below.
The Tampa Bay Area Scientific Information Symposium Tampa BASIS,
was held in May 1982. Invited and contributed papers presented
cover the topics of geography, meteorology, geology, hydrology,
water quality, biology, anthropology, and anthropogenic impacts.
Although the information is largely technical in nature, the
presentations are also of use to non-technical persons. 661 pp.
Please order from: Tampa BASIS, P.O. Box 15759, Tampa, FL 33684.
Evaluation of Existing and Potential Hurricane Shelters. Byron D.
Spangler and Christopher P. Jones. (SGR-68). $3.00.
This report presents a methodology for the structural evalua-
tion of hurricane shelters situated in areas subject to hurricane
forces. Developed during a study done in the Florida Keys (Monroe
County), researchers collected data and evaluated existing
structures designated as hurricane shelters by the Monroe County
Civil Defense Office. Includes information on resistance of
shelters to storm forces, wind forces, water forces, debris
effects along with two case studies, findings and recommenda-
tions. Although this research took place in Monroe County,
Florida, it can be used as a model for other communities.
Annotated Bibliography of Artificial Reef Research and
Management. Gregg Stanton, Dara Wilber and Anthony Murray.
Contains more than 2,500 references, and identifies more than
15 related topics such as biofouling, effects of oil platforms on
the environment and breakwater engineering.
Florida Coastal Law and Policy: Cases and Readings. Donna R.
Christie. (SGR-75). $6.00.
This is a reference book and course book on the law of the
coast. The major emphases of the book are the relationships of
the public and private rights in the coastal zone and inter-
governmental relationships in coastal management. Florida law is
the primary focus, but federal coastal law and the law of other
states are included as possible alternative approaches in a
rapidly changing field of law. Useful in designing courses in
coastal law and coastal zone management and as a reference book
for lawyers, public administrators, planners, and members of the
public interested in the legal environment of the coast. 405 pp.
Guidelines for Beach Restoration Projects: Part I Biological.
Walter G. Nelson. (SGR-76). $2.00.
This publication is a result of a research project investigating
the effects of beach nourishment on biological communities on or
near the beach. Includes a general description of the sand beach
fauna and the biology of selected sand beach organisms. Sum-
marizes the biological effects of storm events. Contains guide-
lines for biological monitoring of beach nourishment, including
recommendations for monitoring requirements and sampling program
design. 70 pp.
Guidelines for Beach Restoration Projects: Part II Engineering.
Donald K. Stauble and Jeffrey Hoel. (SGR-77). $2.00.
This publication is a companion piece to SGR-76 and deals with
the physical aspects of beach restoration.
Marina Dockage Agreements: Sample Provisions. Richard G. Hamann
and Brenna Malouf. (SGR-78). $2.00.
Contains dockage agreement provisions in actual use. Includes
information pertaining to owner, vessel, terms, security deposits,
waivers, rules and regulations, removal and storage, laws,
emergencies and other information useful to marina operators and
their attorneys in drafting agreements. 70 pp.
Recent Geological History And Modern Sedimentary Processes Of The
Pasco, Hernando And Citrus County Coastline: West Central
Florida. Albert C. Hine and Daniel F. Belknap. (SGR-79). $4.00
(without maps). $8.00 (with 5 maps of geographical areas
Focuses on non-barrier shorelines, particularly the marshy open
Gulf shoreline of Florida between Tarpon Springs and Crystal
River. Includes information on geological processes both physical
and chemical; study methods such as geologic mapping, coring,
seismic profiling, and analyses. Contains 8 tables and 82
figures. 174 pp.
Proceedings Of Fish Habitat Symposium: Growth Impacts On
Coastal N.E. Florida And Georgia. Edited by Carole L. Demort
and A. Quinton White. (SGR-81). $12.00.
Proceedings of a conference convened because of the recognized
need to wisely manage human activity affecting the coastal
resources that support marine life. The conference was aimed at
solving the problem of rapid human growth confronting northeast
Florida and coastal Georgia and managing it so that a high
quality of life can be assured for both people and marine life.
An Economic Analysis Of The Importance Of Beaches In Florida.
Frederick W. Bell and Vernon Leeworthy. (SGR-82). $3.00.
An extensive economic analysis, quantifying the economic
benefits received by residents and tourists who use the beaches
also reports the economic impact in terms of sales, employment,
wages, and taxes generated by beach users. Includes survey
instruments, beach location maps and a bibliography. 177 pp.
Constitutional Issues In Local Coastal Resource Protection.
Richard G. Hamann. (SGR-85). $3.50.
Intended to assist local government officials to examine
constitutional issues for consideration in developing and imple-
menting land use controls. Case law from other jurisdictions
involving significant factual scenarios and legal developments is
presented along with an analysis of the case law from federal and
Florida courts governing actions in Florida.
Prior Planning For Post-Hurricane Reconstruction. Jack Salmon and
Don Henningsen. (SGR-88). $4.00.
Addresses ways in which communities may use hurricane damage as
an "opportunity" to relocate services, change land use, and
improve facilities so that post-hurricane reconstruction will
result in an improved environmental and economic status of the
affected communities. Contains 4 tables and 14 figures. 114 pp.
Selected Annotated Bibliography--Coastal Resource Management.
Richard Hamann. (SGR-89). $5.00.
Contains selected references of value to local government
officials, regional planners, state agency personnel or private
citizens who are developing comprehensive plans, considering the
design of development, or drafting local ordinances or other
regulatory provisions. Wherever possible, sources for ordering
copies are given. 82 pp.
SEA GRANT EXTENSION BULLETINS
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.
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 Impacts 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.
Hurricane-Resistant Construction for Homes. Todd L. Walton, Jr.
Formerly 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 Construc-
tion Setback Line, and county building codes.
Beach Dune Walkover Structures. Todd L. Walton, Jr. and Thomas C.
Formerly SUSF-SG-76-006. Information and instructions for
building walkover structures in areas where sand dunes are
threatened by human traffic.
The Beach -- A Natural Protection From the Sea. William M.
Formerly 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.
Mangroves: A Guide for Planting and Maintenance. John Stevely and
Larry Rabinowitz. (MAP-25).
An 8-page bulletin on the biology of mangroves including infor-
mation concerning the ecological importance and identification
of species as well as guidelines to planting seedlings, trans-
planting, air-layering and pruning.
Deterioration and Repair of Timber and Concrete Pilings.
Christopher P. Jones. (MAP-27).
First in a series of bulletins intended to acquaint marina
operators with common engineering problems they may face, the
causes, and ways to solve these problems.
Artificial Fishing Reefs-Materials and Construction. Heyward
Describes the materials and construction for bottom reefs,
mid-water reefs, and surface attractors. It compares effectiveness,
acquisition and costs of different types of low-density and high
density reef materials. Includes nine photographs and designs.
Directory of Organizations and Persons Concerned with Artificial
Reefs in Florida. Donald Y. Aska. (SGEB-2).
A compilation of persons and organizations concerned with
the design, permitting, construction, sponsorship, assessment,
administration and management of artificial reefs in Florida; it
includes the names and addresses of numerous federal, state, and
local government agencies, institutions, private groups and
Artificial Reefs: Permit Application Guidelines. Heyward Mathews.
Outlines procedures to follow related to artificial reef con-
struction permits. Discusses site selection, biological reports
and the joint U.S. Army Corps and Florida D.E.R. Application
Form. Includes two sample biological reports and the locations
and addresses of permitting agencies.
Atlas of Artificial Reefs in Florida. Donald W. Pybas. (SGEB-13).
This 16-page atlas is a revised and updated version of MAP-30. It
shows the locations of 173 artificial reefs off the Florida
coasts. Reef locations are given by longitude-latitude
coordinates. Loran-C coordinates and distances from the nearest
land. Reef depths and the type materials each reef is made from
are listed also. Natural reefs are not included.
Stabilizing Beaches and Dunes with Vegetation in Florida.
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.
Constructing an Artificial Reef Buoy. (MAFS-9).
Describes artificial reef buoys and provides diagrams for
Artificial Reef Site Selection and Evaluation. Heyward Mathews.
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.
Building Construction on Shoreline Property. (MAFS-25).
Construction guidelines and considerations for owners, designers,
and builders of shore area buildings.
Helping to Build Your Artificial Reef. (SGEF-4).
Brochure describing artificial reef construction with lists of
services to help the builder.
Marine-Related Recreation Businesses and Public Facilities in Bay
County, FL. Edward A. Fernald, Karen Walby, Sarah Jane Miller and
John Paul Jones III. (TP-15).
Data Base Formation and Assessment of Biotic and Abiotic
Parameters Associated With Artificial Reefs. Stephen A. Bortone
and Doyal Van Orman. (TP-35).
Effect of Hurricane Elena on Florida's Marsh-Dominated Coast:
Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus Counties. Albert C. Hine, Daniel F.
Belknap, Mark W. Evans, and David L. Mearns. (TP-49). $3.00.
The Economic Impact of Florida's Recreational Boating Industry,
1985. J. Walter Milon and Charles M. Adams. (TP-50). $1.00.
Impact of Hurricanes On Pinellas County, Florida, 1985. Richard
A. Davis, Jr. and Margaret Andronaco. (TP-51). $3.00.
LIVING MARINE RESOURCES
SEA GRANT REPORTS
Lugworm Aquaculture. Charles N. D'Asaro and Henry C. K. Chen.
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. (SGR-17). $5.00
Proceedings of a conference held October 16, 1975, at the Gulf
States Marine Fisheries Commission Meeting in Pensacola Beach,
Primary Economic Impact of the Florida Commercial Fishing Sector.
Fred J. Prochaska and R. Allen Morris. (SGR-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, employ-
ment and output.
Economic Impact of the Processing and Marketing of Commercial
Florida Marine Landings. R. Allen Morris and Fred Prochaska.
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. (SGR-30). $5.00
A comprehensive list of snapper-grouper information sources for
commercial and scientific interests.
Aquatic Animal Medicine: A State of the Art. Robert L. Jenkins
and Joseph G. Halusky, Editors. (SGR-32). $2.00
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.
Seafood Waste Management in the 1980's: Conference Proceedings.
Edited by W. Steven Otwell. (SGR-40). $8.00
Paper presented at a conference held September 23-25, 1980, in
Spiny Lobster, Stone Crab and Secondary Fishery Costs and
Revenues in the Florida Keys, 1978-79 Season. Fred J. Prochaska
and Paul D. Landrum (SGR-42).
An analysis of production, costs, and revenues by boat size for
the multiple species fisheries in which spiny lobster fishermen
in the Florida Keys participate.
The Economic Impact and Valuation of Saltwater Recreational
Fisheries in Florida. Frederick W. Bell, Philip E. Sorensen and
Vernon R. Leeworthy. (SGR-47). $3.00
Reports on the economic and social importance of Florida's
saltwater on marine recreational fisheries. Includes facts and
figures related to the economic impact of saltwater recreational
fishing on the state in terms of income, employment, wages and
taxes generated; estimates the value of a "recreational day"; and
provides a demographic and economic profile of both residents and
tourists who use Florida's saltwater fisheries for recreation.
Employment and Sales Characteristics of Florida's Recreational
Boating Industry. J. Walter Milon and Pamela H. Riddle. (SGR-52).
The first in a series of three reports examining the economic
characteristics of the five sectors in the marine recreation
industry, this report describes the growth of boat manufacturing
and boating retail trade in Florida during the period 1970-1981.
Trends in sales, employment and the number of firms in the sector
are presented along with more detailed socioeconomic information
on the boating retail market in Florida and the wage structure.
Financial Structure and Performance of Florida's Recreational
Marinas and Boatyards. J. Walter Milon, Gary Wilkowske, George L.
Brinkman. (SGR-53). $2.00
Second in the series, this report presents the results of a
survey of Florida's private and public marinas conducted during
June 1981 to March 1982 and focuses on financial structure and
performance. Includes survey methodology, financial ratio
analysis, balance sheet analysis, revenue and expense analysis,
as well as the survey questionnaire, 30 tables, and two
Economic Impact of Marine Recreational Boating on the Florida
Economy. J. Walter Milon, David Mulkey, Pamela H. Riddle and
Gary H. Wilkowske. (SGR-54).
Third in the series, this report provides input, employment,
and sales information. Although it was written principally for
members of the marine recreation industry, governmental agencies
as well as academic institutions may also find the information
useful. No specialized training in economics is needed to
understand the information presented.
Apalachicola Oyster Industry: Conference Proceedings. Scott
Andree. (SGR-57). $2.50.
This report documents the presentations and discussions of a
conference held October 6-7, 1982, in Apalachicola, Florida. The
objectives of the conference were to: (1) summarize the current
research information on Apalachicola Bay, with its application to
the oyster industry, (2) assess future management, research and
industry needs to insure oyster productivity in Apalachicola Bay,
and (3) provide a forum for discussion between researchers and
representatives of state agencies and industry to address current
and future industry problems.
International Conference on Sail-Assisted Commercial Fishing
Vessels: Proceedings. Volume I. John W. Shortall III, NA and
Billie L. Crowell. (SGR-58). $10.00
A collection of 25 papers accepted for presentation at the
International Conference on Sail-Assisted Commercial Fishing
Vessels held at Tarpon Springs, FL on May 16-18, 1983, this
publication contains numerous graphs, charts, figures and
illustrations. Fourteen states and 13 foreign countries were
represented at the conference.
A Methodology for Estimating the Economic Impact of Sportfishing
Tournaments. Michael J. Ellerbrock and J. Walter Milon. (SGR-59).
Discusses objectives, personnel and computational needs, survey
design, sample selection, survey distribution and collections,
data analysis, multiplier effects, report of findings, and
International Conference on Sail-Assisted Commercial Fishing
Vessels: Proceedings Volume II. John W. Shortall III, NA.
Volume II of the proceedings of the International Conference
on Sail-Assisted Commercial Fishing Vessels held at Tarpon
Springs, FL on May 15-18, 1983, this publication includes papers
not included in Volume I along with other related reports not
presented at the conference. Numerous graphs, charts, figures,
photographs and illustrations are included.
Initial Development of a Deep-Sea Crab Fishery in the Gulf of
Mexico. W. Steven Otwell, Jeffrey Bellairs and Donald E. Sweat.
Discusses the potential of a new crab fishery in the Gulf of
Mexico. Describes demonstration project completed by the Gulf
and South Atlantic Fisheries Development Foundation, Inc. and
the Florida Sea Grant College Program, including recommendations.
Covers methodology, literature review, fishing demonstrations,
handling and processing and marketing attributes.
Contaminants in Florida's Coastal Zone. Joseph J. Delfino, Dinah
L. Frazier and Janis L. Nepshinsky. (SGR-62). $4.00
A summary of a workshop held April 5-6, 1984 which served as an
open forum to discuss coastal contamination issues and provide
recommendations. Included in the publication are papers and
discussions concerning policy, biology and ecosystems, chemistry,
literature review and others, along with a workshop agenda and a
list of participants.
Bibliography of Benthic Studies in the Coastal and Estuarine
Areas of Florida. Selvakumaran Mahadevan, Jay Sprinkel, Douglas
Heatwole and Donna Wooding. (SGR-66). $12.00
A review and annotated bibliography of benthic studies in the
coastal and estuarine areas of Florida with a selected compila-
tion of world-wide benthic methodological references and South-
eastern United States benthic taxonomic references.
International Conference on Design, Construction and Operation
of Commercial Fishing Vessels--Proceedings. John C. Sainsbury and
Thomas M. Leahy, Editors. (SGR-67). $10.00
A collection of papers accepted for presentation at the
International Conference on Design, Construction and Operation
of Commercial Fishing Vessels. Participants included naval
architects, shipbuilders, fishermen, economists and other social
scientists, government and international officials. The informa-
tion describes changes occurring over the past decade related to
the return to sails as a means of reducing fuel consumption, the
increasing extension of oil production into fishing areas, and
the effect on fishing industry operations of changing demands for
waterfront use. Includes names and addresses of participants.
Quality Control in Calico Scallop Production. W. Steven Otwell,
Norman Blake, James L. Oblinger, John A. Koburger and James E.
Kennedy, Jr. (SGR-69). $2.00
Report of a study initiated to describe problems and opportu-
nities in quality control related to production, processing, and
storage of calico scallops, Argopecten gibbus. Includes back-
ground, methods, results and discussion.
Florida Seafood Regulations and Regulators. W. Steven Otwell.
Explains the pertinent regulations and responsible regulatory
authorities that have some monitoring role for the seafood
industry in Florida. Includes a list of regulatory authorities
having direct or indirect influence on a Florida seafood firm
with information on the areas of concern covered by each. Places
in perspective the varied authorities and explains their
individual roles. Provides definitions of regulatory concerns
such as adulteration, misbranding, false advertising and others.
Aids seafood firms in a better understanding and appreciation of
the regulatory process.
Manual on Shark Fishing. W. Steven Otwell, Frank J. Lawlor, III,
Jeffrey A. Fisher, George H. Burgess, Jr., Fred J. Prochaska and
John M. Stevely. (SGR-73). $2.00
A compilation of papers regarding shark fishing. Includes the
biology of sharks as related to commercial shark fishing methods
and gear, processing and handling and shark fins. Also addresses
marketing and economic assessment.
Survival of Southern Hard Clams in Refrigerated Storage. W.
Steven Otwell, John A. Koburger and Scott Andree. (SGR-83). $1.00
Results of research testing the survival rates of hard clams
(quahogs) in variable conditions of refrigeration and submerged
storage. Describes methodology and conclusions. 20 pp.
A Bibliography Of Parasites, Symbionts, Diseases And Biotic
Communities Of North American Marine Shellfish. Edwin S. Iversen.
This bibliography makes it possible to find, by species of
shellfish, important references on symbionts, parasites,
diseases, biotic communities in a single source on mortalities,
public health hazards, and marketing problems resulting from
parasites and disease. 220 pp.
Production Costs And Revenues In The Florida Oyster Industry.
Fred J. Prochaska and Walter R. Keithly, Jr. (SGR-87).
A compilation of information concerning the production practices
and associated costs and revenues of oystermen in Franklin
County, Florida, starting September 1982 and ending August
1983--a full season. Includes statistics and data regarding
average characteristics, effort-yield functional relationships,
revenues, variable costs, fixed costs, total costs and net
revenues, also summary and conclusions. Contains 6 tables and 2
figures. 20 pp.
SEA GRANT EXTENSION BULLETINS
Small Boat Longlining for Swordfish on Florida's East Coast:
An Economic Analysis. James C. Cato and Frank J. Lawlor III.
Designed to assist fishermen in decision-making before they
invest in a new vessel or change their gear to enter the sword-
Reproduction, Growth, and Migration of Blue Crabs Along Florida's
Gulf Coast. Michael T. Oesterling. (MAP-20).
Formerly 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 showing release sites, recapture
locations, numbers of crabs involved, and time frame.
Oyster Production: Plant Workers. W. Steven Otwell. (MAP-21).
Provides guidelines regarding the proper handling of oysters
for persons involved in the oyster industry. Includes sanitation
Bacteria and Seafoods. W. Steven Otwell and John A. Koburger.
Provides information on the problems related to bacteria and
seafoods and how to combat them.
Judging Tournament Fish. W. Steven Otwell and George H. Burgess.
Contains information for judging tournament fish including
species identification, weight requirements, sensory assessments,
and objective tests such as use of the Torreymeter. Illustrations
of game fish are included to aid in species identification.
Economic Returns in Operating Florida Atlantic Coast Charter and
Party Boats, 1980-81. Keri H. Taylor, Fred J. Prochaska and James
C. Cato. (MAP-28).
Provides individual charter boat and party boat owners/captains
with basic economic information with which they can compare their
own operations and also compare the economic characteristics of
the charter boat industry on the north and south Florida Atlantic
Self-Regulation Guide for Calico Scallop Processing. W. Steven
Otwell and John A. Koburger. (SGEB-6).
Outlines the basic considerations related to calico scallop
quality control such as management, plant location, layout,
construction, equipment and personnel. Includes information
regarding inspection schedules and methods as well as a check-
list inspection guide. Covers cleaning and sanitizing, product
quality and grades, and a list of regulatory authorities.
Buying Seafood for Retail. W. Steven Otwell, Frank J. Lawlor III,
John M. Stevely, Donald E. Sweat and Derek S. Busby. (SGEB-8).
This bulletin provides information regarding value in quality,
fresh shelflife, frozen shelflife, considerations before ordering
as well as ordering, receiving and record-keeping.
Aquaculture In Florida: General Economic Considerations. Charles
Provides insight into the economic aspects associated with
aquaculture in Florida. Describes three distinct aquacultural
goal alternatives: hobby, "backyard" operation, and commercial
systems with regard to technical, economic and/or commercial
feasibility. Includes 2 tables, 2 figures and a list of
references. 20 pp.
How to Hold A Seafood Festival. John Stevely, Don Sweat and
Andrew Ippolito. (SGEB-10). $1.00.
A compilation of information and ideas helpful to any
organization planning a seafood festival with sections on goals,
finances, publicity and advertising, obtaining permits, food
preparation, exhibits-activities, sources of help and cleanup.
Fisheries Biology for Everyone. Stephen A. Bortone. (SGEB-11).
This publication not only presents fisheries biology in an
enjoyable and readable way, but stresses the management aspects
relative to the scientific and ecological. The hand-lettered
manuscript, which includes cartoon drawings emphasizing important
points, brings to life information vital to any user of the
living marine resources -- particularly fishermen. Can also be
used in senior high school level marine biology courses. 178 pp.
Land Your Catch Fresh. (MAFS-6).
Quality control guidelines for proper protection for fish harvest
by culling, cleaning and chilling. Includes legal requirements
for boats used for harvesting and transporting seafood. Informa-
tion useful to commercial and sport fishermen.
Fish Facts. (Series of seven individual brochures). Blue Crab
(MAFS-13). Finfish (MAFS-14). Shrimp (MAFS-15). Squid (MAFS-16).
Soft Crab (MAFS-33). Hard Clam (Quahog) (SGEF-5). Oysters
Demonstrates how to select, buy and prepare seafood.
Low-Temperature Smoked Fish Fillets: A Potential New Product Form
for Florida Fish. W. Steven Otwell, John A. Koburger and Robert
L. Degner. (TP-19).
Consumer Acceptance of Low-Temperature Smoked Fish Fillets.
Robert L. Degner, W. Steven Otwell, and John A. Koburger.
Economic Impact and Participant Characteristics for the First
Annual Greater Jacksonville Natural Light Kingfish Tournament.
J. W. Milon, M. J. Ellerbrock, G. L. Brinkman, and C. M. Logan.
Verifying "Freshness" of Tournament Fish. W. Steven Otwell, J. C.
Deng and Robert W. Taylor, Jr. (TP-22).
Sailing Fishing Vessels Engineering Economic Analysis:
An Interactive Basic Computer Program. John W. Shortall III.
Current Activities and Research Needs in Marine Economics for the
Gulf and South Atlantic States. January 24-25, 1983. James C.
Cato and B. J. Copeland, Chairmen. (TP-27).
Sail-Assisted Commercial Marine Vehicles: Bibliography and
Abstracts. March 1983. John Shortall III, N.A. (TP-28).
Microbial and Nutritional Attributes of Soft Crabs. September
1985. W. S. Otwell and J. A. Koburger. (TP-36).
Status of the Florida Soft Crab Industry. September 1985. Scott
Quality Improvement and Process Feasibility of Quick-Frozen
Vacuum-Packed Tuna Steaks. A. A. Teixeira, J. J. Dolande and
W. S. Otwell. (TP-39).
Bait Shrimp Fishery of Biscayne Bay. Steven A. Berkeley, Donald
W. Pybas and Wilfredo L. Campos. (TP-40).
Documentation For The Spatial Analysis System (Span) For
Resource Use By Animals. David A. McElroy and William J.
11th Annual Tropical And Subtropical Fisheries Technology
Conference: Program And Abstracts (1986). W. Steven Otwell and
John A. Koburger. (TP-45).
Studies On The Use Of Sulfites To Control Shrimp Melanosis.
W. Steven Otwell and Marty Marshall. (TP-46).
Finman--Fisheries Institution Management Training Simulation
Model. General User's Guide. Jerald S. Ault and William W. Fox,
Jr. (TP-47). $3.00.
Finman--Model Description And Operations Manual. Jerald S. Ault
and William W. Fox, Jr. (TP-47A). $8.00.
Potential Utilization Of Scallop Viscera For Solid Waste
Management And As Feedstuff For Swine. R. O. Myer, D. D. Johnson,
W. S. Otwell and W. R. Walker. (TP-48).
Recent journal reprints which are still available can be
obtained from Florida Sea Grant for $1.00 per copy. Xeroxed
copies of older articles now out-of-print, can be obtained for
$.25 per page with a minimum charge of $1.00 per article. Also,
see other alternatives in "Out-of-Print" section of this
Bolton, M. E. 1980, Scuba and fetal well-being: a survey of 208
women. Undersea Biomedical Research 7 (3): 183-189.
Lin, N. K. 1985. Time series methodology for prediction of ship
motions. Proc. of the First Omae Specialty Symposium on Offshore
and Arctic Frontiers 221-226.
Coastal Processes and Development
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. Predicting response to hurricane warnings: A
reanalysis of data from four studies. Mass Emergencies 4 (9):
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. Microbio. 35
Bohnsack, James H. and David L. Sutherland. 1985. Artificial reef
research: a review with recommendations for future priorities.
Bull. of Mar. Sci. 37: 11-39.
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.
Chiu, T. Y. 1977. Beach and dune response to hurricane Eloise of
September 1975. pp. 116-134. in: Proc. of Coastal Sediments '77.
5th Symposium of the Waterway, Port. Coastal & Ocean Division,
ASCE, November 1977. Charleston, SC.
Christensen, B. A. and R. M. Snyder 1978. Establishment of
residential waterfront property by constructing of canal systems
in coastal wetlands. Problems and solutions. Coastal Zone '78,
Christensen, B. A., Development of an index for the sensitivity
of Florida's coastal aquifers to saltwater intrusion. ASCE,
Florida Section, Ocala, Florida, 1981.
Christensen, B. A. and H. Rubin, On the sensitivity of
Florida's coastal aquifers to saltwater intrusion. Proceedings of
Symposium on Florida Hvdroaeoloav, Northwest Florida Water
Management District, Tallahassee, Florida, 1981.
Christensen, B. A. 1976. Hydraulics of sheet flow in wetlands.
Proc. SvmD. 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, CA. pp. 1-28.
Christensen, B. A. 1975. Stochastic approach to stable
channel design. Reprint No. 2563, Amer. Soc. Civil Ena. Nat.
Cony. November 2-7, 1975. Denver, Colorado. 24 pp.
Coultas, C. L. 1978. The soils of the intertidal zone of Rookery
Bay, FL. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 42: 111-115.
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
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Davis, Richard A., Jr. and Bernard J. Kuhn. 19854. Origin and
development of Anclote Key, West-Peninsular Florida. Marine
Geology 63: 153-171.
Davis, William M. and David C. White. 1980. Fluorometric
determination of adenosine nucleotide derivatives as measures of
the microfouling, detrital, and sedimentary microbial biomass and
physiological status. Appl. and Env. Microbio. 40 (3): 536-538.
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, SC,
Dugan, Patricia J. and Robert J. Livingston. 1982. Long-term
variation of macro-invertebrate assemblages in Apalachee Bay,
Florida. Est., Coastal and Shelf Science 14: 391-403.
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:
Eng-Wilmot, D. L., and D. F. Martin. 1977. Large-scale mass
culture of the marine blue-green alga, Gomphosphaeria aDonina.
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 Gvmnodinium breve
and Gomphosphaeria aponina. Marine Biol. 41: 71-77.
Escoffier, Francis F., F. ASCE and Todd L. Walton, Jr., M. ASCE.
1979. Inlet stability solutions for tributary inflow. Journal of
the Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Division. 105 9WW4). Proc.
Paper 14964 November 1979, pp. 341-355.
Fazio, Steven A., et al. 1982. Estimations of uronic
acids as quantitative measures of extracellular and cell wall
polysaccharide polymers from environmental samples. ARpp. and
Envir. Microbiol. 43 (5): 1151-1159.
Federle, Thomas W. and David C. White. 1982. Preservation of
estuarine sediments for lipid analysis of biomass and community
structure of microbiota. ADDl. and Env. Microbiol. 45 (1): 58-63.
Findlay, Robert H. and David C. White. 1983. Polymeric beta-
hydroxyalkanoates from environmental samples and Bacillus
megaterium. ADpl. and Envir. Microbiol. 45 (1): 71-78.
Graham, Donald Steven and Ashish J. Mehta. 1981. Burial design
criteria for tidal flow crossings. TransDortation Engineering
Journal TE2: 227-242.
Graham, Donald Steven, John Paul Daniels and B. A. Christensen.
1979. Predicting circulation changes from bathymetric modifica-
tion, pp. 531-549 in: Proc. of the SDec. Conf. on Civil Ena. in
the Ocedans IV. September 10-12, 1979. San Francisco, CA.
Graham, D. Steven, J. M. Hill and B. A. Christensen 1978.
Verification of an estuarine model for Apalachicola Bay, Florida.
Proc. of the Specialtv Conf. on Verification of Math. and Phys.
Models in Hydraulic Ena. ASCE. August 9-11, 1978. College Park,
Maryland, pp. 237-245.
Hartt, William H., and Philip E. Martin. 1981. The environmental
deterioration of concrete construction: an emerging problem in
South Florida. Fla. Env. and Urban Issues. January 1981: 10-14.
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.
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 Spec. Conf. on Coastal Structures. March 14-16,
1979. Alexandria, VA.
Hicks, James W., Jr. and Harry Hollien. 1983. Diver navigation by
sound. Sea Tech. Mag. March, 1983.
Hill, J. M. and D. S. Graham. 1980. Using enhanced landsat images
for calibrating real-time estuarine water quality models. Water
Quality Bulletin 5 (1): 20-23.
Hine, Albert C., Mark W. Evans, Daniel F. Belknap and Richard A.
Davis, Jr. 1984. Bedrock control on barrier island development:
West Central Florida coast. Marine Geology 63: 263-283.
Hine, Albert C., Mark W. Evans, Richard A. Davis, Jr., and Daniel
F. Belknap. 1987. Depositional response to seagrass mortality
along a low-energy, barrier-island coast: West-Central Florida.
J. of Sedimentary Petrology, 57(3): 431-439.
Hutton, Joan G., Albert C. Hine, Mark W. Evans and Eric B.
Osking. 1984. Influence of a karstified limestone surface on an
open-marine, marsh-dominated coastline: West Central Florida.
Proc. of the First Multidisciplinary Conf. on Sinkholes. October
15-17. Orlando, Florida. pp. 35-42.
Iverson, Richard L., Henry F. Bittaker and Vernon B. Myers.
1976. Loss of radio-carbon in direct use of aquasol for liquid
scintillation counting of solutions containing 14-CNaHC03.
Limnol. and Oceanoa. 21 (5): 756-758.
Jones, Christopher P. 1980. Inlet and bypassing systems in
Florida. Shore and Beach 48 (1): 25-34.
King, John D. and David C. White. 1977. Muramic acid as a
measure of microbial biomass in estuarine and marine samples.
Appl. and Env. Microbio. 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.
Microbio. 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
embryological development of the diamond killfish (Adinia
xenica). Copeia 1976 (3): 435-445.
Livingston, R. J. 1977. Time as a factor in biomonitoring
estuarine systems with reference to benthic macrophytes and
epibenthic fishes and invertebrates. ASTM STP 607: 212-234.
Livingston, Robert J. 1979. Multiple factor interactions and
stress in coastal systems: review of experimental approaches
and field implications. Mar. Pollution: Functional Responses,
Livingston, R. J., N. P. Thompson and D. A. Meeter. 1978.
Long-term variation of organochlorine residents and assemblages
of epibenthic organisms in a shallow north Florida (USA) estuary.
Mar. Bio. 46: 355-372.
Livingston, Robert J., et al, 1976. Avoidance responses of
estuarine organisms to stormwater runoff and pulp mill effluents.
Estuarine Processes. Vol. Uses. Stresses and Adaptation to the
Estuary. Academic Press, NY. pp. 313-331.
Maloney, B. M. S. and R. J. Livingston. 1982. Seasonal
fluctuations of benthic macrofauna in the Apalachicola Estuary,
Florida, U.S.A.: the role of predation. Mar. Biol. 69: 207-213.
Maloney, F. E., and 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.
Maloney, Frank E., R. G. Hamann, and B. D. E. Canter. 1980.
Stormwater runoff control: a model ordinance for meeting local
water quality management needs. Natural Resources Journal 20:
Martin, Dean F., and Barbara Martin. 1976. Aponin, a cytolytic
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, GomDhosphaeria aponina. Water Res. 12:
Marx, James, and William Herrnkind. 1985. Factors regulating
microhabitat use by young juvenile spiny lobsters, panulirus
argus: food and shelter. Journal of Crustacean Bio. pp. 650-657.
Marx, James, and William Herrnkind. 1985. Macroalgae
(rhodophytra: laurencia spp.) as habitat for young juvenile spiny
lobsters, panulirus arous. Bull. of Mar. Sci. 36: 423-431.
McCoy, Leslie F., Jr., and Dean F. Martin. 1977. The influence
of Gomphosghaeria aponina on the growth of Gymnodinium breve and
the effect of aponin on ichthyotoxicity of Gvmnodinium breve.
Chem-Bio Interactions 17: 17-24.
McFarlane, R. Bruce and Robert J. Livingston. 1983. Effects of
acidified water on the locomotor behavior of the Gulf Killifish,
Fundulus arandis: A time series approach. Arch. Env. Contam.
Toxicol. 12: 163-168.
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:
Mehta, A. J. 1983. Characterization tests for cohesive
sediments. Proc. of the Conf. on Frontiers in Hydraulic Eng.
ASCE, Cambridge, MA. pp. 79-84.
Mehta, A. J., J. Weckman, and B. A. Christensen. 1981. Sediment
management in coastal Marinas: A case study, pp. 83-90 in: Proc.
of the International Symposium on Urban Hydrology. Hydraulics and
Sediment Control. July 27-30, 1981.
Mehta, A. J., and T. A. Zeh. Investigation of the hydrodynamics
of inlet plume. pp. 478-485 in: Proc. of the Spec. Conf. on
Conservation and Utilization of Water and Energy Resources ASCE.
August 8-11, 1979. 8-11, 1979. San Francisco, CA.
Mehta, A. J. and B. A. Christensen, 1979. Incipient sediment
motion in entrances with shell beds. Amer. Soc. Civil Enc. Proc.
Svmp. Inland Waters for Navigation. Flood Control and Water
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Mehta, A. J. and T. A. Zeh 1980. Influence of a small inlet in a
large bay. Coastal Engineering 4 (1980): 157-176.
Miller, Christopher and Albert I. Barcilon. 1976. The dynamics of
the littoral zone. Rev. Geophvs. 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.
Morrison, Susan J. and David C. White. 1980. Effects of
grazing by estuarine gammaridean amphipods on the microbiota
of allochthonous ditritus. Appl. and Env. Microbiol. 40 (3):
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limitation of the phytoplankton productivity in the Apalachicola
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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.
Microbio. 37 (3): 459-465.
Nickels, J. S., R. J. Bobbie, D. F. Lott, R. F. Martz, P. H.
Benson, and D. C. White. 1981. Effect of manual brush cleaning on
biomass and community structure of microfouling film formed on
aluminum and titanium surfaces exposed to rapidly flowing
seawater. ApD1. and Env. Microbiol. 41 (6): 1442-1453.
Nickels, Janet S., Ronald J. Bobbie, Robert F. Martz, Glen A.
Smith, David C. White, and Norman L. Richards. 1981. Effect of
silicate grain shape, structure, and location on the biomass and
community structure of colonizing marine microbiota. Appl, and
Env. Microbiol. 41 (5): 1262-1268.
Oesterling, J. J. and G. L. Evink. 1977. Relationship between
Florida's blue crab population and Apalachicola Bay. 101-121 in:
Livingston, R. J. and E. A. Joyce, editors. Fla. Mar. Res. Pub.
Paredes, J. Anthony. 1978. Hurricanes and anthropologists in
Florida. Flor. Anthropol. 31 (2): 44-51.
Paul, John H., and Wade H. Jeffrey. 1985. Evidence for separate
adhesion mechanisms for hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces in
vibrio Droteolytica. Appl. and Envir. Microbio. pp. 431-437.
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littoral drift for lakes and bays from wind observation. SE Geol.
18 (2): 119-127.
Rubin, H. and B. A. Christensen. On the analysis of transport
phenomena in heterogeneous aquifers EOS, Vol. 62, No. 17, 1981.
Rubin H. and B. A. Christensen. Modeling the migration of
heavy pollutants in groundwater, Proceedings of Joint ASME/ASCE
Mechanics Conference, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado,
Rubin, H. and B. A. Christensen. Simulation of salinity
intrusion in a coastal aquifer by using limited quantities of
computer resources, Proceedings of Summer Computer Simulation
Conference, SCSC, Washington, D.C., 1981.
Rubin, H. and B. A. Christensen. Simulation of stratified flows
in floridan aquifer, Proceedings of the Specialty Conference on
the Irrigation and Drainage Division. ASCE, Orlando. 1982.
Santos, S. L., and J. L. Simon. 1980. Response of soft-bottom
benthos to annual catastrophic disturbance in a South Florida
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Sayler, G. S., R. Thomas and R. R. Colwell. 1978. Polychlorinated
biphenyls (PCB) degrading bacteria and PCB in estuarine and marine
environments. Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science 6: 553-567.
Seaman, William, Jr. 1987. Translating Science for Coastal
Decision making. Coastal Zone '87. WW Div./ASCE. May 26-29, 1987.
Seattle WA. pp. 222-236.
Sylvia, David M. 1986. Spatial and temporal distribution of
vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with Uniola
Daniculata in Florida foredunes. Mycologia 78 (5): 728-734. $1.00.
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 Conf. Paper No. OTC 2693. pp.
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Walton, Raymond, A. M. ASCE and Bent A. Christensen, M. ASCE.
1980. Friction factors in storm surges over inland areas. Journal
of the Waterway, Port. Coastal and Ocean Division. 106 (WW2),
Proc. Paper 5439, May 1980, pp. 261-271.
Walton, T. L., Jr. 1978. Equilibrium shores and coastal design.
Coastal Sediments '77. pp. 1-16.
Walton, Todd L., Jr. and T. Y. Chiu. 1979. A review of
analytical techniques to solve the sand transport equation and
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Structures '79. _March 14-16, 1979. Alexandria, VA.
Walton, Todd L., Jr. 1977. A relationship between inlet cross
section and outer bar storage. Shore and Beach. April 1977. pp.
Walton, T. L., Jr. 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.
Wang, John D. and Jacobus van de Kreeke. 1986. Tidal circulation
in north Biscayne Bay. J. Water.. Port. Coast. and Ocean Ena. 112
(6). 615-631. $1.00.
Weng, Ming S., Stanley E. Dunn, William H. Hartt, and Robert P.
Brown. 1982. Application of acoustic emission to detection of
reinforcing steel corrosion in concrete. Nat. Assoc. of Corr.
Eng. 38 (1): 9-14.
White, David C. 1978. Determination of microbial activity of
estuarine detritus by relative rates of lipid biosynthesis.
Limno. and Oceanoq. 22 (6): 1089-1099.
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Reports on the Florida Sea Grant College Program for 1972,
1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 and
1983. (Annual Reports).
Research and Information Needs of the Florida Spiny Lobster
Fishery. William Seaman, Jr. and Donald Y. Aska. 64 pp. (SGR-1).
St. Lucie Inlet -- Glossary of Inlets Report #1. Todd L.
Walton, Jr. 59 pp. (SGR-2).
Ft. Pierce Inlet -- Glossary of Inlets Report #2. Todd L.
Walton, Jr. 47 pp. (SGR-3).
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. (SGR-4).
On Mariculture of the Florida Seaweed, Eucheuma isiforme. Clinton
J. Dawes. 10 pp. 1974. (SGR-5).
Stabilization of Beaches and Dunes by Vegetation in Florida. John
H. Davis. (SGR-7).
An Indexed Bibliography of the Spiny Lobster Family P. Kanciruk
and W. F. Herrnkind, Editors. 101 pp. (SGR-8).
Economic Structure of the Florida Shrimp Processing Industry.
Jose Alvarez, Chris O. Andrew, and Fred J. Prochaska. 46 pp.
Conference Proceedings: Sharks and Man -- A Perspective. William
Seaman, Jr. Editor. 40 pp. (SGR-10).
Florida Commercial Marine Fisheries -- Growth, Relative
Importance and Input Trends. Fred H. Prochaska. 50 pp. (SGR-11).
The Florida Spiny Lobster Fishery: Landings, Prices and
Resource Productivity. Joel S. Williams and Fred J. Prochaska.
50 pp. (SGR-12).
Littoral Drift Estimates Along the Coastline of Florida.
T. L. Walton, Jr. 122 pp. (SGR-13).
Sebastian Inlet. A. J. Mehta, Wm. D. Adams, and C. P. Jones. 55
Economics, Biology, and Food Technology of Mullet. James C. Cato
and William McCullough, Editors. 160 pp. (SGR-15).
John's Pass and Blind Pass. A. J. Mehta, C. P. Jones, and Wm. D.
An Economics Profile of Florida Commercial Fishing Firms:
Fishermen, Commercial Activities and Financial Considerations.
Fred J. Prochaska and James C. Cato. 27 pp. (SGR-19).
Seminar Proceedings: Freshwater and the Florida Coast --
Southwest Florida. William Seaman, Jr. and Richard McLean. 243
Ponce de Leon Inlet -- Glossary of Inlets Report No. 6. C. P.
Jones and A. J. Mehta. 56 pp. (SGR-23).
Artificial Reefs in Florida. Donald Y. Aska, Editor. (SGR-24).
Marina and Boatyard Operators in Florida -- Conference
Proceedings. Thomas M. Leahy, Editor. 57 pp. (SGR-27).
Development of a Soft Crab Fishery in Florida. W. Steven Otwell,
James C. Cato and Joseph G. Halusky. (SGR-31).
Hurricanes and Coastal Storms -- Papers Presented at a National
Conference. Earl J. Baker, Editor. 219 pp. (SGR-33).
The Florida Blue Crab Industry: Landings, Prices and Resource
Productivity. Paul D. Landrum and Fred J. Prochaska. (SGR-34).
Legal Aspects of Recreational Marina Siting in Florida. Frank E.
Maloney, Bram D. C. Canter and Richard G. Hamann. (SGR-36).
Legal Aspects of Recreational Marina Operations in Florida.
Richard G. Hamann and Bram D. E. Canter. (SGR-46).
The World of Florida Sea Grant. Tom Leahy and Billie L. Crowell.
"Discovery." Biennial Report 1982 and 1983. Tom Leahy and Billie
L. Crowell. (SGR-70).
"Discovery 2". Florida Sea Grant College Program Annual Report
1984. Tom Leahy and Billie L. Crowell. (SGR-80).
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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.
Crab Processing. 1. Sanitation. William E. McCullough.
The Fisherman and the Farm Credit System. Fred J. Prochaska.
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.
Coastal Construction Setback Line. James A. Purpura and William
M. Sensabaugh. 18 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-002).
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.
Recent Tax Developments in Commercial Fishing. James C. Cato.
20 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-005).
Landings, Values and Prices in Commercial Fisheries for
the Florida West Coast. J. C. Cato and F. J. Prochaska. 73 pp.
Recent Tax Developments in Commercial Fishing. James C. Cato.
10 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-003).
Florida Shrimp: From the Sea Through the Market. Chris O. 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. Fred J. Prochaska and
James C. Cato. 8 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-006).
Northwest Florida Gulf Coast Red Snapper-Grouper Party boat
Operations. An Economic Analysis. Fred J. Prochaska and James C.
Cato. 9 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-007).
Electronic Fish Scanning -- Net Fishing, Florida. Donald Y. Aska
and Thomas M. Leahy. 8 pp. (SUSF-SG-76-002).
Economic Analysis of Cost and Returns in the Spiny Lobster
Fishery by Boat and Vessel Size. Fred J. Prochaska and Joel S.
Williams. 18 pp. (SUFS-SG-76-004).
Landings, Values and Prices in Commercial Fisheries for the
Florida East Coast. James C. Cato and Fred J. Prochaska. 61 pp.
Landings, Values and Prices in Commercial Fisheries for the
Florida Northwest Coast. James C. Cato and Fred J. Prochaska. 48
An Economic Analysis of King Mackerel Production by Hook-and-Line
on the Florida Atlantic Coast. 8 pp. (MAP-1).
Florida Sea Grant Directory -- 1978 through 1983 inclusive.
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).
Boating Safety -- Thunderstorms. Walter A. Sitarz. 12 pp.
Recreational Use Reefs in Florida -- Artificial and Natural.
Florida's Commercial Swordfish Fishery: Longline Gear and
Methods. Steven A. Berkeley, Edwin W. Irby, Jr. and John W.
Jolley, Jr. 23 pp. (MAP-14).
Coastal Construction Practices. Christopher P. Jones and Leigh
Taylor Johnson, Editors. (MAP-23).
Sharks and Man A Perspective. (MAFS-10).
Harvest and Identification of Peeler Crabs. W. Steven Otwell.
The Gulf Stream -- Locating If off Florida's Coast. (MAFS-34).
Saltwater Fishing Piers in Florida. D. Y. Aska, ed. (MAFS-36).
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. (TP-01).
Littoral Drift and the Prediction of Shoreline Changes. Richard
L. Pfeffer. 112 pp. (TP-02).
Energy Relationships and the Productivity of Apalachicola Bay.
Robert J. Livingston, Richard L. Iverson, and David C. White.
472 pp. (TP-03).
"Eloise" A Seminar on Beaches vs. Hurricanes. Edited by Todd L.
Walton, Jr. and Thomas Leahy. 72 pp. (TP-04).
Proceedings Artificial Reef Workshop. Doug Coughenower and Bob
Bender. 14 pp. (TP-05).
Benefit-Cost Study of Pinellas County Artificial Reefs. Eila
Hanni and Heyward H. Mathews. 47 pp. (TP-1).
Beach Nourishments in Florida and on the Lower Atlantic and Gulf
Coast. Todd L. Walton, Jr. 66 pp. (TP-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. (TP-3).
Spiny Lobster Research Review Proceedings of a Conference Held
December 16, 1976, in Key West, Florida. Richard E. Warner, Ed.
56 pp. (TP-4).
Short-and-Long-Term Effects of Forestry Operations on Water
Quality and the Biota of the Apalachicola Estuary (North Florida,
USA). Robert J. Livingston. 409 pp. (TP-5).
Shrimp Beam Trawls-Design, Construction and Operation. Bent A.
Christensen and John Dorman. (TP-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. (TP-7).
The Biology and Utilization of Florida's Commercial Sponges.
John M. Stevely, Jerome C. Thompson and Richard E. Warner. 45 pp.
Biology and Florida Fishery of the Stone Crab, with Emphasis on
Southwest Florida. Theresa M. Bert, Richard E. Warner and Lorin
D. Kessler. 82 pp. (TP-9).
Chemical Attractants of the Florida Spiny Lobster, Panulirus
argu. Barry W. Ache, Bruce R. Johnson and Edward Clark. (TP-10).
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. (TP-11).
Fourth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological
Conference of the Americas. W. Steven Otwell and John A. Koburger.
36 pp. (TP-12).
Local Control Over the Onshore Impacts of Offshore Energy
Development in Florida. R. D. Woodson, Marc J. Tannen, and John
J. Corbett. 104 pp. (TP-13).
Protecting Coastal Waters: Model Ordinances for Runoff Control
and Sewage Disposal. Frank E. Maloney and Bram D. E. Canter. 56
Marine-Related Recreation Businesses and Public Facilities in Bay
County, FL Edward A. Fernald, Karen Walby, Sarah Jane Miller and
John Paul Jones III. 82 pp. (TP-15).
Papers Presented at Annual Conference on Beach Preservation.
Compiled by Stan Tait and Thomas Leahy. (TP-16).
Marine Education and Research Organizations in Florida. Norbert
W. O'Hara and Matthew Landau. (TP-17). Reprinted as SGEB-3. See
A Survey of Small Craft Marinas in Florida. P. V. Rao,
J. J. Einerson, J. A. Einerson and A. J. Mehta. (TP-18).
Modeling the Apalachicola System. Carol Conner, Ann Conway, Barry
A. Benedict and B. A. Christensen. (TP-23).
Sail-Assisted Commercial Marine Vehicles -- Bibliography and
Abstracts. John W. Shortall, III, N.A. (TP-24). This publication
has been replaced by TP-28.
Eighth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological
Conference. January 11-13, 1983. W. Steven Otwell and John A.
Koburger, Eds. (TP-26).
Choctawhatchee Bay: Analysis and Interpretation of Baseline
Data. Dewey Blaylock. (TP-29).
Design of Low Pressure Air Curtains for Protection of Surface
Waters. Herbert Mascha and B. A. Christensen. (TP-30).
Proceedings of a Workshop on Florida Spiny Lobster Research and
Management. August 1984. William F. Herrnkind. (TP-32).
Criteria for Beach Nourishment: Biological Guidelines for
Sabellariid Worm Reef. Walter G. Nelson and Martin B. Main.
Biological Survey and Analysis of Florida's Artificial Reefs.
Stephen A. Bortone and Doyal Van Orman. (TP-34).
Survival and Growth of Cut vs Hooked Commercial Sponges in the
Florida Keys. John Stevely and Don Sweat. (TP-38).
Selected Economics Research Needs of the Gulf and South Atlantic
Shrimp Industry--A Workshop. Charles Adams. (TP-42).
An Overview of The Indian River Clamming Industry and The Indian
River Lagoon. Derek Busby. (TP-44).
Able, K. W. 30, 32
Ache, B. W. 42
Adams, C. M. 12
Adams, Charles 19, 43
Adams, J. W. R. 22
Adams, Wm. D. 38
Alvarez, Jose 30, 37, 39
Anderson, C. L. 39
Andree, Scott 15, 17, 20
Andrew, C. O. 30, 37, 39
Andronaco, Margaret 12
Armsby, K. A. 13
Aska, D. Y. 5, 11, 35, 37, 38, 40, 41
Assinaro, W. P. 32
Ault, J. S. 21
Baarda, J. R. 39
Baker, E. J. 22, 38, 41
Baker, R. M. 32
Bane, L. L. 3
Bannerot, S. P. 30
Barcilon, A. I. 22, 27
Barile, Diane 3, 4
Barrick, W. E. 22
Barrick, Wm. E. 5
Becker, Wm. J. 1
Belknap, D. F. 8, 12, 24
Bell, F. W. 9, 14
Bellairs, Jeffrey 15
Bender, Bob 41
Benedict, B. A. 42
Bennett, C. B. 30
Benson, P. H. 27, 34
Berkeley, S. A. 21, 30, 40
Bert, T. M. 42
Bittaker, H. F. 25
Blake, N. J. 33
Blake, Norman 16
Blaylock, Dewey 43
Bloom, S. A. 35
Bobbie, R. J. 22, 27, 34, 36
Bohnsack, J. A. 30
Bohnsack, J. H. 22
Bolton, M. E. 21
Bortone, M. B. 13
Bortone, S. A. 13, 19, 31, 32, 36, 43
Bowman, R. D. 31
Boynton, W. R. 22
Brigham, J. C. 41
Brinkman, G. L. 14, 20
Brown, R. P. 29
Brownell, W. N. 31
Bullis, H. R., Jr. 12
Burgess, G. H., Jr. 17, 18
Busby, D. S. 19, 43
Campos, W. L. 21
Canter, B. D. C. 38
Canter, B. D. E. 26, 42
Cato, J. C. 18, 20, 31, 35, 38-40
Chen, C. K. 12
Chen, H. C. K. 12
Chiu, T. Y. 22, 29
Christensen, B. A. 22, 24, 27, 28, 31, 42
Christie, D. R. 7
Clark, Edward 42
Clarke, Marion 3
Collier, C. A. 5
Colwell, R. R. 28
Combs, C. L. 32, 36
Conner, Carol 42
Conti, J. A. 33
Conti, Joseph A. 33
Conway, Ann 42
Cooper, George 5
Copeland, B. J. 20
Corbett, J. J. 42
Corbett, John 10
Coughenower, Doug 41
Coultas, C. L. 23
Courtenay, W. R., Jr. 31
Craig, A. K. 31
Cripe, C. R. 23, 37
Cripe, J. H. 23
Crowell, B. L. 15, 39
D'Asaro, C. N. 12
Dambly, D. C. 41
Daniels, J. P. 24
Dargan, R. A. 33
Davis, J. H. 37
Davis, R. A., Jr. 12, 23, 24
Davis, W. M. 36
Davis, Wm. M. 23
Dawes, C. J. 37
Dean, R. G. 23, 29
Dean, Robert G. 23
Degner, R. L. 20, 34
DeLamater, E. D. 31
Delfino, J. J. 16
Demort, C. L. 8, 31
Deng, J. C. 20, 32, 36
deSylva, D. P. 32
DiDomenico, D. A. 32
Dobkin, Sheldon 32
Dolande, J. J. 21
Dorman, John 42
Dugan, P. J. 23
Dunn, S. E. 29
Einerson, J. A. 42
Einerson, J. J. 42
Ellerbrock, M. J. 15, 20
Eng-Wilmot, D. L. 23
Escoffier, F. F. 23
Eshaghi, Kamran 5
Evans, M. W. 12, 24
Evink, G. L. 28
Fazio, S. A. 24
Federle, T. W. 24
Fernald, E. A. 42
Fernald, Edward A. 12
Fernandez, Dan 26, 42
Findlay, R. H. 24
Fisher, J. A. 9, 17
Fluet, J. E. 24
Fox, W. W., Jr. 21
Fox, Wm. W., Jr. 30
Frazier, D. L. 16
Gifford, C. A. 9
Gonzalez, M. H. 26
Gordon, M. R. 3
Graham, D. S. 24
Grall, Charlene 32
Gregory, D. R., Jr. 32, 33, 36
Grimes, C. B. 30, 32
Hagwood, R. W. 32
Halusky, J. G. 2, 13, 38
Hamann, R. G. 8, 9, 26, 38
Hanni, Eila 41
Harris, D. L. 6
Hartt, W. H. 24
Hartt, Wm. H. 29
Hastings, P. A. 32
Hayter, E. J. 24
Heatwole, Douglas 16
Henke, T. E. 24
Henningsen, Don 6, 9
Herrnkind, William 26, 33, 37, 43
Hess, S. C. 36
Hicks, J. W., Jr. 24
Hill, J. M. 24
Hine, A. C. 8, 12, 24
Hitchcock, W. S. 23
Hoel, Jeffery 8
Hollien, Harry 24
Hollingsworth, C. L. 31
Hood, M. A. 30, 32
Houde, E. D. 30
Hunt, S. D. 4
Hutton, J. G. 25
Ippolito, Andrew 19
Irby, E. W., Jr. 30, 40
Iversen, E. S. 17
Iverson, R. L. 25, 27, 32, 41
Jeffrey, W. H. 28, 33, 35
Jenkins, R. L. 13
Johnson, B. R. 42
Johnson, D. D. 21
Johnson, L. T. 2, 40
Jolley, J. W., Jr. 40
Jolley, John W. 40
Jones, A. C. 12
Jones, C. P. 7, 10, 25, 38, 40
Jones, Grace 6
Jones, J. P. III 12, 42
Jones, R. S. 30, 32
Kanciruk, P. 37
Kassouny, M. E. 33
Kaufmann, H. C. 33
Keithly, W. R., Jr. 17
Kennedy, J. E., Jr. 16
Kerrigan, J. M. 34
Kessler, L. D. 42
King, J. D. 25, 27, 36
Koburger, J. A. 16-21, 34, 42, 43
Koburger, R. F. 33
Kobylinski, G. J. 25
Koenig, C. C. 25
Kojima, H. 4
Kuhn, B. J. 23
Labisky, R. F. 32, 33
Lambertsen, R. H. 33
Landau, Matthew 42
Landrum, P. D. 13, 38
Langston, D. L. 33
Lau, J. P. 22
Laughlin, B. I. 33
Lawlor, F. J. III 17-19
Leahy, T. M. 4, 16, 38-42
Leeworthy, V. R. 14
Leeworthy, Vernon 9
Lewis, R. R. III 7
Lin, N. K. 25
Lindberg, W. J. 21
Livingston, R. J. 6, 23, 25, 26, 35, 37, 41
Logan, C. M. 20
Lott, D. F. 27, 34
Mahadevan, Selvakumaran 16
Main, M. B. 43
Maloney, B. M. S. 26
Maloney, F. E. 26, 38, 41, 42
Malouf, Brenna 8
Marshall, Marty 21
Martin, Barbara 26
Martin, D. F. 23, 26
Martin, P. E. 24
Martz, R. F. 27, 34
Marx, James 26, 33
Mascha, Herbert 43
Mathews, H. H. 35, 41
Mathews, Heyward 10, 11
Mathews, R. F. 36
Matthews, R. F. 32
McAlpin, Thomas 6
McCoy, L. F., Jr. 26
McCullough, William 38, 39
McElroy, D. A. 21
McFarlane, R. B. 26
McLean, Richard 38
McNutt, R. H. 39
Mearns, D. L. 12
Meeter, D. A. 25, 27
Mehta, A. J. 24, 27, 38, 42
Menzel, R. W. 34
Menzies, R. A. 34
Miller, Christopher 27
Miller, S. J. 12, 42
Milon, J. W. 6, 12, 14, 15, 20
Montfrans, Jacques van 32
Morris, F. W. IV 5
Morris, R. A. 13, 40
Morrison, S. J. 22, 27, 34
Mulkey, David 14
Murray, Anthony 7
Myer, R. 0. 21
Myers, V. B. 25, 27
Nelson, J. W. 33
Nelson, W. G. 8, 43
Nepshinsky, J. L. 16
Ness, G. E. 33
Newman, R. J. 4
Nickels, J. S. 27, 34, 36
O'Donnell, A. J. 26
O'Hara, N. W. 42
Oblinger, J. L. 16
Oesterling, J. J. 28
Oesterling, M. T. 18
Orman, D. V. 43
Orthoefer, F. T. 34
Osking, E. B. 25
Otwell, W. S. 13, 15-21, 34, 38, 41, 42
Parchure, T. M. 4
Paredes, J. A. 28, 41
Parrish, A. R., Jr. 26
Paul, J. H. 28, 33
Paul, J. N. 34, 35
Pfeffer, R. L. 41
Pilkey, O. H., Jr. 6
Powers, J. E. 30
Prochaska, F. H. 37, 38
Prochaska, F. J. 13, 17, 18, 30, 31, 36, 39, 40
Prochaska, J. N. 35
Purpura, J. A. 39
Pybas, D. W. 11, 21
Rabinowitz, Larry 10
Rao, P. V. 42
Rebnack, Paul 31
Reinders, J. M. 26
Richards, N. L. 28
Riddle, P. H. 14
Rodrick, G. E. 33
Rubin, H. 22, 28
Sainsbury, J. C. 16
Salmon, Jack 6, 9
Santos, S. L. 28, 35
Sayler, G. S. 28
Seaman, Wm., Jr. 28, 35, 37, 38
Sensabaugh, William 5, 10
Sensabaugh, Wm. M. 39
Sheridan, P. F. 35
Shortall, J. W. III 15, 20, 43
Siegel, D. M. 31
Simon, J. L. 7, 28, 35
Singleton, F. L. 32
Sitarz, W. A. 40
Skinner, T. C. 10
Smith, D. D. 41
Smith, G. A. 28
Snyder, R. M. 22
Sorensen, P. E. 14
Spangler, B. D. 7
Sprinkel, Jay 16
Stanton, Gregg 7
Stauble, D. K. 8
Stevely, J. M. 17, 19, 31, 42
Stevely, John 10, 43
Sutherland, D. L. 22
Sweat, D. E. 15, 19, 35, 43
Sylvia, D. M. 29
Tait, Stan 42
Tam, C. K. W. 29
Tannen, M. J. 42
Taylor, C. W. 25
Taylor, K. H. 18
Taylor, R. W., Jr. 20
Teixeira, A. A. 21
Thomas, R. 28
Thompson, J. C. 42
Thompson, N. P. 25
Toll, R. B. 36
Toloday, D. 36
Tomaszewski, F. B. 36
Touart, L. W. 36
Treat, S. F. 7
Turbeville, J. E. 29
Twichell, D. C. 30
van de Kreeke, Jacobus 29
van Montfrans, Jacques 32
Walby, Karen 12, 42
Walker, W. R. 21
Walton, R. A. 29
Walton, T. L., Jr. 5, 9, 23, 28, 29, 37, 38, 41
Wang, J. D. 29
Warner, R. E. 36, 41, 42
Watson, C. M. 32
Weckman, J. 27
Weng, M. S. 29
White, A. Q. 8
White, D. C. 22-25, 27, 29, 34, 36, 41
Whiteman, R. L., Jr. 7
Wilber, Dara 7
Wilkowske, G. H. 14
Wilkowske, Gary 14
Williams, J. S. 35, 36, 38, 40
Willis, S. A. 32
Wolfe, R. S. 5
Wooding, Donna 16
Woodson, R. D. 10, 42
Yang, M. C. K. 36
Zeh, T. A. 4, 27
SUBJECT/KEY WORD INDEX
Acoustic emission 29
Aeromonas hydrophila 32
Air Curtains 43
Alga 23, 26
Allochthonous plant litter 27
Anchoa mitchilli 36
Apalachicola Bay 6, 15,
Aquaculture 12, 19
Aquatic Animal Medicine
Aquifers 22, 28
Artificial Reefs 5, 11,
Atlas 6, 11
Bacillus megaterium 24, 3
Bacteria 18, 28, 29, 32
Bay County 12, 42
Beach access 26
nourishment 8, 41, 43
Beaches 9, 22, 37, 41, 42
Beachfront Construction 5
Beam Trawls 42
Benthic 16, 25
Bibliography 3, 7, 9, 13,
Big Carlos Pass 4
Big Hickory Pass 4
Biomass 23, 24, 25, 27, 3
Blind Pass 38
Boating Safety 40
24, 27, 35, 41
35, 38, 43
16, 17, 20, 37, 43
Canal systems 22
Captiva Island 42
Caribbean 31, 34
Channel design 23
Charter boat 18
Clearwater Pass 4
Coastal construction 5, 26, 39, 40
design 10, 11, 12, 16
Coastal Processes 4, 22
Cold Water 2
Commercial Fisheries 39, 40
Conference 5, 13, 15, 16, 21, 38, 41, 42, 43
Coral reef 30
Costs and Returns 39
Crab Processing 39
blue 18, 20, 28, 38
soft 20, 38
Crassostrea 33, 34
Crustacea: amphipoda 35
DDT residues 25
Deep-Sea Crab 15
Denosine nucleotide 23
Detrital 23, 25, 27
Diamond killfish 25
Diplectrum formosum 31
Diving 1, 2
Dunes 6, 10, 37
Economics 6, 14, 20, 38, 39, 43
Electronic Fish Scanning 40
Eloise 22, 41
Energy 22, 25, 27, 41
Environmental 6, 24
Escherichia coli 33
Estuarine 16, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 34, 35
detritus 27, 29
microbiota 22, 24, 34
Eucheuma isiforme 37
Ferromagnetic sorbent system 29
Fish Facts 20
Fishing Piers 41
Floating Tire Breakwaters 9
Florida Sea Grant Program 1
Forestry Operations 41
Ft. Pierce Inlet 37
Fundulus grandis 26
Gammaridean amphipods 27, 34
GENERAL INFORMATION 1
Glycolic acid 32
Gomphosphaeria aponina 23, 26
Grouper 13, 30, 33
Gulf of Mexico 15, 30, 31, 40
Gulf Stream 41
Gymnodinium breve 23, 26
Halodule wrightii 35
Hurricane 2, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 22, 28, 38, 41
Eloise 22, 41
Hydrodynamic modeling 31
Hydroxy fatty acids 29
Inlets 4, 23, 37, 38
Intertidal zone 23
John's Pass 38
Key West 41
King mackerel 35, 40
Land Management 41
Land Use Controls 9, 41
Legal 9, 10, 20, 38
Lipid 24, 29, 36
Littoral drift 10, 28, 29, 38, 41
LIVING MARINE RESOURCES 12, 30
Longline gear 30, 40
Lutjanus campechanus 31
Macrobrachium acanthurus 32
Mariculture 34, 37
Marinas 14, 27, 31, 42
Marine Education 3, 4, 42
Marine Log 2
Matanzas Inlet 4
Mercenaria spp. 34
Microfouling 23, 27
Mugil cephalus 32
Mullet 31, 32, 33, 34, 38, 39
Muramic acid 25
National Flood Insurance 10, 41
New Pass 4
Offshore Energy Development 10, 42
Oil spill recovery 29
Outer bar storage 29
Ovigerous setae 32
Oyster 18, 20, 34
Panama City 41
Panulirus argus 26, 32, 32, 33, 36, 42
Peeler Crabs 41
Phytoplankton productivity 27
Pinellas County 12, 41
Piscivorous predator 30
Pollutants 28, 37
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) 28
Polysaccharide polymers 24
Ponce de Leon Inlet 38
Port Canaveral Inlet 4
Proton beam 33
Puerto Rico 31
Pulp mill effluents 26
Quahog clams 34
Queen conch 31
Rancidity 32, 34
Recreation 6, 12, 42
Red drum 33
Red snapper 31
Red Snapper-Grouper 40
Red tide 23, 26
Reefs 10, 40, 41
Regulatory Management Programs 39
Research Organizations 4, 42
Residential waterfront 22
Resistant Construction 10
Rip currents 29
Rookery Bay 23
Runoff Control 42
Sail-Assisted 15, 43
Salt tolerant plants 5, 22
Salted mince 33
Saltwater intrusion 22
Sand transport 29
Sand trapping 23
Scuba 1, 2, 21
Sea Bass 13
Seafood 17, 18, 19
Seawall Design 5
Sebastian Inlet 38
Sediment 23, 24, 25, 27, 29
Seminar 38, 41
Serranidae 1, 31, 32
Setback line 5, 26, 39
Shark 17, 33, 38, 41
Shore Protection 9
Shrimp 20, 21, 30, 32, 37, 39
processing 30, 37
Sikes Cut 4
Smoked Fish Fillets 20
Snapper-Grouper 12, 31
Social Impact 41
Spanish Mackerel 40
Spiny Lobster 13, 26, 31, 32, 33, 34,
36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43,
Sponges 42, 43
St. George Inlet 4
St. Lucie Inlet 37
St. Marys Entrance 4
Steel 24, 29
Stochastic design 23
Stone Crab 13, 42
Storm surge 6, 29
Stormwater runoff 26
Strombus gigas 31
Swordfish 18, 30, 32, 36
Swordfish Fishery 40
Teleostean fishes 31
Tidal flow 24
Timber and Concrete Pilings 10
Tournament Fish 18, 20
Transverse bars 22
Trinectes maculatus 25
Walkover Structures 10
Waste Management 13, 21
Xiphias gladius 30, 36