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Lhe Marine Environment
by
Kay K. Hale


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Florida Sea Grant College is supported by award of the Office of Sea Grant, National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, grant number NA 89 AA-D-SG053, under
provisions of the National Sea Grant College and Programs Act of 1966. This information is published by
the Sea Grant Extension Program which functions as a component of the Florida Cooperative Extension
Service, John T. Woeste, Dean, in conducting Cooperative Extension work in Agriculture, Home Econom-
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and Boards of County Commissioners, cooperating. Printed and distributed in furtherance of the Acts of
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Biscayne Bay:
A Bibliography of the Marine Environment


by

Kay K. Hale


Librarian and Associate Professor
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
Library
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Miami, FL 33149-1098




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TABLE OF CONTENTS



Acknowledgem ents ......................... ..................................... i
Introduction .................... ............................................... 1
Map ........................................... .............................. 3
Bibliography ............................ ....................................... 5
Author Index ....................... ............................................ 8
Subject Index ................................................................. 9








ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


My thanks are extended to a number of people who furnished documents, references, and support to
this project.
First, I acknowledge Dr. Donald de Sylva, whose unpublished Biscayne Bay bibliography of 1984 served
as the basis of this project and whose recommendations and article selections were consistently helpful.
Don has taught me both to my delight and dismay that "once a bibliographer, always a bibliographer'.
The sight of anything in print on or about Biscayne Bay now automatically triggers a bibliographic
reaction.
Secondly, I thank my RSMAS Library staff, all of whom extended help above and beyond any of their
job descriptions. My assistant, Helen Albertson, furnished innumerable interlibrary loans and scouted out
additions to the citations list; Florence Martin helped with binding, preserving and labelling documents;
Marty Healey acquired materials from various sources and shared some of his term paper resources; and
Maria Bello expertly photocopied and collated so many of the texts and illustrations.
Other librarians helped search the indexes and furnish publications, especially Helen Twedell of the
University of Florida Coastal Engineering Archives. Bill Brown, John McMinn and the staff of the
University's Richter Library Archives and Special Collections gave me unrestricted access to the Florida
Collection.
RSMAS faculty who generously responded to my calls for help in identifying and collecting publications
were Ed Iversen, Tom Lee, Jacobus Van de Kreeke, Jack Fell, Sam Snedaker, Hal Wanless, Nancy Voss,
and Alina Szmant. Dr. Joan Browder from the Southeast Fisheries Center provided copies of relevant
literature as did Debbie Drum and Cecilia Weaver of the Dade County Department of Environmental
Resources Management and Rick Alleman of the South Florida Water Management District.
Thanks to all the organizations and individuals who furnished documents for the Biscayne Bay
bibliography. These have been collected and organized into the RSMAS Library's Biscayne Bay Collection
where they are accessible to anyone seeking information on this vital natural resource.






INTRODUCTION


The history of Miami and Biscayne Bay are
intimately related. In addition to food, indus-
try, transportation and recreation, the Bay
provides a constant source of aesthetic satisfac-
tion for those who live and work along its
shores.
Biscayne Bay is a tropical lagoon, approxi-
mately 35 miles long and a maximum of 8
miles wide. Webster's dictionary defines "la-
goon" as a shallow sound, channel, pond or
lake, especially one near, or communicating
with, the sea." It is geographically divided into
three parts: North, Central and South Bay.
The North Bay is the most urbanized, bordered
on the east by barrier islands, including Miami
Beach, and including the Miami business dis-
trict. Central Bay, extending from Government
Cut to the southern limits of Coral Gables, has
been affected by bulkheading and canal dis-
charges. South Bay, aside from the Cutler and
Turkey Point power plants, has been less af-
fected by human activity and includes the
northwestern portion of the Biscayne National
Park.
Almost 100 years ago, in 1895, Hugh M.
Smith of the U.S. Commission of Fish and
Fisheries was dispatched to Biscayne Bay to
determine whether the region was suitable for
a marine hatching and experiment station. He
found that "the water of Biscayne Bay is ex-
ceedingly clear. In no part can one fail to
clearly distinguish objects on the bottom when
the surface is not especially rough." Since that
time, however, a century of natural phenome-
na, development and urbanization have pro-
foundly affected the health and character of the
Bay. Dredging and filling, sewage disposal,
channel and canal building, flood control prac-
tices, hurricanes, and intense development of
the shoreline have profoundly altered the wa-
ters.
Information on the marine environment of
Biscayne Bay is frequently requested from the
Library of the Rosenstiel School of Marine and
Atmospheric Science (RSMAS).' Students, re-
searchers, engineers, planners and the public
regularly need publications on such subjects as
pollution, monitoring, conservation and protec-
tion, coastal and resource management, artifi-
cial reefs, fishery assessments, park and mari-
na construction, estuarine dynamics, and sam-
pling.
Three major bibliographies on the marine
environment of Biscayne Bay have been com-
piled: by Morrill and Olson in 1955, Rosendahl
in 1975, and an unpublished manuscript by


de Sylva in 1984. The current updated and ex-
panded list incorporates those publications as
well as previously unidentified citations and
later studies and documents issued until July
1992. All the documents listed are available
from the RSMAS Library or the Richter
Library at the Coral Gables campus of the
University of Miami and classification numbers
are noted at the end of the references. Included
are books, scientific articles, theses and disser-
tations, book chapters, conference proceedings,
reports and government publications. The bibli-
ography does not include newspaper articles,
accounts of public hearings, personal correspon-
dence or articles from popular boating and
sports magazines. Besides nautical charts is-
sued by the U.S. Defense Mapping Agency, only
a few maps are cited.
This bibliographic database containing over
1700 entries was compiled using PROCITE"
software, produced by Personal Bibliographic
Software, Inc. PROCITE" is a very powerful
and flexible system which allows for almost
unlimited record size. Index terms are based on
the Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Thesaurus,
published in 1986 by Cambridge Scientific
Abstracts for the Food and Agriculture Organi-
zation of the United Nations. The thesaurus is
used in the Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries
Abstracts (ASFA), the major index to the jour-
nal and report literature of the marine and
freshwater environment. The database is
mounted on an IBM compatible computer in
the RSMAS Library where it is searchable on
any field. The Subject Index, which is long and
detailed in print, was compiled for computer
searching. PROCITE allows a searcher to
combine terms for specific citation access.
In many cases, inclusion or exclusion of a
reference was a subjective decision. The geo-
graphical emphasis of a given document might
lie outside Biscayne Bay, but if was related to
resources within the Bay area or if some aspect
had a direct impact upon the Bay, then it was
included. For example, natural resources
surrounding Biscayne Bay are similar to those
found further south in the Florida Keys, so
citations on the Keys are included. The coral
reefs which lie outside the Bay but which are
very often affected by conditions within the
Bay are also included. Drawing imaginary
lines to separate the Bay from its geographical
surroundings was usually impossible; instead,
including a related reference seemed prefera-
ble.
The bibliography is far from complete.


1. Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Library 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami, FL
33149-1098 -(305) 361-4021.






Many publications on the hydrography of Bis-
cayne Bay have been included, but sources
covering this subject are so numerous that it
was impossible to cover the subject completely
at this time. Some of the "grey literature" is
also missing because the publications are ei-
ther not accessible or they have been cited in a
manner which makes them difficult to identify.


However, this bibliography is a living and
growing project. As new and old items are
made available, they will be added to the data-
base and issued, either as printed supplements
or as updated diskettes.
Contributions of any relevant publications
not listed here would be greatly appreciated, as
would suggestions and corrections.


For information on ordering PROCITE ", contact the sales department
of Personal Bibliographic Software, Inc., by calling 313-996-1580 or by
writing to: P.O. Box 4250, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. Both the PROCITE"
program and the read only disk is available from Personal Bibliographic
Software, Inc.
The Biscayne Bay Bibliography files are available by mailing a check
made out to the University of Florida for $7 and mailing it to: Florida Sea
Grant College Program, University of Florida, P.O. Box 110409, Gaines-
ville, FL 32611.


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938. Moore, H. B., T. V. Jutare, J. C. Bauer, and J. A. Jones. 1963. The biology of Lytechinus variegatus. Bulletin
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AUTHOR INDEX


Aaron, R.L., 1
Abele, L.G., 2
Achmad, S., 3
Acton, S., 80
Adams, J. A., 4, 5
Aftring, R. P., 6
Agassiz, A., 7, 8
Agassiz, L., 9, 10
Ahearn, D.C., 404
Ahearn, D.G., 11, 12, 13, 407, 1225, 1226
Ajamil, L., 1065
Albertson, H.D., 14, 15 16, 94, 934, 1480, 1481
Alexander, E.C., 829
Alexander, T. R., 17, 18, 19
Al-Hoti, B.N., 20, 21
Alleman, R.W., 22, 23, 24, 209
Allen, D.M., 25, 248, 1235
Allen, G.W., 26
Allen, T., 821
Almasi, M. N., 27
Alpern, J. D., 28
Alt, D., 29
Altschuler, Z.S., 30
Alvina, L. H, 31
Al-Yamani, F., 823
Alzamora, D., 631
Anang, E.R., 144
Andersen, B.L., 32
Andrady, A.L., 1703
Andree, S.W., 33
Aprieto, V. L., 34
Araujo, R.J., 1345
Arenas F., V., 312
Arguelles, A., 925
Ash, A., 36
Ashton, R.E., 37
Aska, D.Y., 38, 1266
Atkinson, B., 39, 40
Atwood, D.K., 1206
Atwood, W. G., 41
Aubrey, D.G., 796
Austin, C. B., 42, 43, 44, 777, 1469
Ayala-Castanares, A., 1691
Babashoff, G., 806
Babis, W., 751
Bacescu, M., 45
Bach, S.D., 46, 47, 1470, 1471, 1485
Bada, J.L., 730
Baddour, F.R., 48, 238
Bader, R.G., 49, 50, 51, 52, 143, 416, 738, 739, 896,
900, 1144, 1145, 1197, 1198, 1202, 1270, 1271,
1364, 1447, 1448, 1480, 1481, 1490
Baker, L. D., 53, 1143
Ball, M.C., 54
Ball, M.M., 55, 56
Ballou, T.G., 460
Banks, A., 57
Banks, R.C., 212
Banner, A., 58, 59, 60, 61


Bannerot, S.P., 628
Barnard, J.L., 1432
Barnes, A.D., 62
Barrett, Sandra K., 63
Barron, E. J., 64
Barros, N.B., 65, 66
Bartram, W., 67
Bartsch, P., 68, 69
Bauer, J.C., 938, 1474
Baumgartner, D.F., 1705
Bayer, F.M., 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 317, 517, 1024, 1028,
1614, 1615
Baylon, C.C., 75, 120
Baynes, T.W., 76, 77
Beardsley, G.L., 112, 155, 629, 1194, 1195, 1196,
1197, 1472
Beasley, A.R., 1300
Beaven, T.R., 603
Beck, C.A., 1035
Beeler, I.E., 78
Bellmund, S., 1589, 1590
Benson, MA., 79
Benson, R.C., 1059
Berg, C.J., 80, 162
Bergamaschi, D.E., 1599
Bergamin, H.M., 81
Berger, J.J., 1478
Beriault, J.G., 179
Berkeley, S.A., 82, 83, 84, 85, 161, 589
Bert, T.M., 86, 87, 88, 89
Betz Environmental Engineers, Inc, 90
Betzer, P., 171
Biffar, TA., 91,
T.W., 92
Bingham, F.O., 93, 94, 1481
Biosystems Research, Inc., 95
Birdsong, R.S., 96
Birnhak, B.I., 97
Biscayne Bay Management Committe, 98
Bjerstedt, T., 816
Black, A.P., 99
Blaha, J.P., 100, 101
Blair, S.M., 102, 103, 438
Blake, N., 1473,
Bland RA, 104, 1275, 1279,
Bock W.D., 106
Bodge, K.R, 107, 1021, 1022
Bohlke, J.E., 108, 109, 110, 111, 1129
Bonde, R.K., 1035
Booker, F., 112
Boral L.L., 877, 1032, 1033
Borkowski, T.V., 113, 114, 115
Boucher, G.C., 116, 117
Bowman, H.H.M, 118
Bowman, J., 163
Brady, W.H., 1077
Brahy, B.D., 971
Braman, R.S., 1387
Brand, L.E., 119, 120
Branyon, M., 121







Brattstrom, H, 122
Brice, J.J., 123
Briggs, J.C., 124
Brook, I.M., 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 1197, 1344,
1485
Brooks, H.K., 29
Brooks, P.D., 1260
Browder, J.A., 131, 132
Brown, E., 99
Brown, J. W., 133, 134
Brown, M.S., 238, 239, 240, 241, 263, 1345, 1348,
1705
Brown, N., 1065
Brown, R.C., 1083
Brown, R.H., 135
Brownell, R.L., 136, 1008, 1010, 1709
Bruggeman, GA, 687
Brugger, R., 44
Brungs, WA., 177
Bruun, P., 137
Buchanan, T.J., 138
Buck, J.D., 139, 140, 141
Bunce, E.W., 1422
Bunt, J.S., 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 1616
Burgess, LA., 147
Burgess, W.E., 1099
Burney, L.C., 1231, 1262, 1688
Burns, L.A., 148
Bursey, C.R., 149
Burton, E.A., 150, 1658, 1659
Bush, J., 151, 152
Bush, L.F., 153
Byrne, J.D., 154
Caillouet, C.W., 155
Cairns, S.D., 156
Calder, F.D., 1231, 1262, 1688
Caldwell, D.K., 669
Camilleri, J.C., 157
Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc, 158
Campbell, C.S., 159
Campbell, H.W., 622
Campos, W.L., 83, 85, 160, 161
Campton, D.E., 162
Cantril, J., 163
Capo, T.R., 823
Capone, D.G., 164, 165, 166, 167
Capriotti, A., 168, 169, 170
Carder, K., 171
Cardoch, L., 925
Cardozo, Y., 172, 173
Carey, R.C., 1465, 1496
Carlton, J.M., 174
Carman, KR., 1261
Carney, C., 816
Carnuccio, J., 396
Carpenter, C.A., 534, 535, 838, 937, 1157
Carpenter, J.H., 175, 176, 177, 178
Carr, J., 80
Carr, RS., 179
Carrier, D.D., 1495
Carroll, G.C., 419
Carson, R.B., 180
Carter, C.V., 1276


Carter, L.J., 181
Carter, R.W.G., 182
Casagrande, D.J., 183
Caso, E.L., 984
Cato, J.C., 812
Cavinder, T.R., 551
Cefalu, R. C., 408, 416, 580, 581, 582, 872, 988
Chabreck, R.H., 1017
Chalker, B.E., 184
Chambers, A.A., 344
Chameides, W.L., 1718
Chaplin, C. C. G., 108
Chapman, V.J., 185, 186
Chardon, R.E., 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193,
194, 1424
Charles McKay and Associate, 195
Charles, R., 196
Chasens, S.A., 238
Cheer, S., 1100
Cheesman, M., 197, 198, 199
Chesher, R.H., 200
Cheung, T.S., 201
Chin Fatt, J., 202, 203, 204, 1636
Chitty, N., 155, 205
Chiu, T.Y., 331
Christo, 206
Chulamanis,C, 207
Chulamanis,S., 207
Chung, G.S., 208
Church, P., 209
Ciardelli, A., 210, 211
Clapp, R.B., 212
Clark, D., 217, 449, 757, 1588, 1629
Clark, J.B., 524
Clark, R.R., 213
Clarke, M.E., 745
Clarke, T.L., 214
Cleo, J., 215
Cofer-Shabica, S.V., 217, 483, 1636
Cohen, I.J., 504
Cole, D.P., 832, 1423, 1459
Cole, SA., 218
Colwell, R.R, 413, 871, 985
Comp, G.S., 219
Compton, G., 220
Conant, R.D., 1497
Conference in the Matter of Pollution of Navigabl,..
221, 222, 223
Conley, W.J., 224
Conover, D.O., 225
Continental Shelf Associate, 226, 227
Converse, H., 217, 449, 757, 1065, 1588, 1629
Cooke, C.W., 228, 229, 230, 1053
Cooksey, B., 231, 232, 233
Cooksey, K.E., 231, 232, 233, 409, 989
Cooper, D.J., 234, 235
Cooper, RM., 236
Cooper, W.J., 923
Copeland, B.J., 1186
Corcoran, E.F. 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 483, 1269,
1292, 1705
Correa, D.D., 242
Cory, C.B., 243, 244







Cosper, E., 1144, 1145, 1146, 1147
Cosper, T.C., 245
Costanza, R., 246
Costello, T.J., 25, 247, 248, 1235
Coston-Clements, L., 980
Cottrel, D.J., 1347, 1348, 1659
Coull, B.C., 417
Courtenay, W.R., 249, 250, 251, 252
Cox, J.H., 1232
Craighead, F.C., 253, 254, 255, 256, 1253
Creager, D.B., 257
Crewz, D.W., 752
Crites, J.L., 637
Croker, RA., 258, 259
Cronin, L.E., 324, 1142, 1713
Crook, A. G., 18, 19
Cross, C.I., 260
Cry, G.W., 984
Cumming, R.B., 177
Cummings, M.V., 261
Cummings, W.C., 262, 546
Cundell, A.M., 263
Curry, R.W., 264
Curtis, F.W., 647, 648, 649,
Custer T.W., 96
Custodio, E., 687
Dachnowski-Stokes, A.P., 265
Daddio, E., 1637
Dade County, 266, 267
Dade County. Department of Environmental Re-
sources Management, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273,
274, 275, 276, 277
Dade County. Planning Advisory Board, 278, 279
Dade County. Planning Department, 280, 281, 282,
283, 284, 285
Dade County. Public Works Department, 286, 287
Daly, RJ., 288, 289
D'Amato, R., 290, 291
Dames & Moore, 292, 293
Damsgaard, A., 294
Danulat, E., 1630
D'Asaro, C.N., 295, 296, 297
Davies, L.T., 935
Davis, C.C., 298, 299, 300, 1336
Davis, D.D., 1718
Davis, G.E., 87, 88, 301, 302, 303, 304, 1247
Davis, J. C., 44, 305
Davis, J.H., 306, 307
Davis, W.P., 308, 309
Day, S., 310
De Freese, D.E., 311
De la Lanza, G., 312
De Laubenfels, M.W., 313, 314
de Sylva, D.P., 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321,
322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 1265, 1346,
1347, 1616
Dean, D.M., 330
Dean, R.G., 331, 332, 1415, 1600
Degner, R.L., 812
Deichmann, E., 333, 334
Delfino, J.J., 335
Dennis, J.V., 336, 337
Dennis, RE., 338


Dera, J., 488
Detwyler, R., 590
Devany, T., 1474
Dilley, W.E., 1503
Dimitriou, D., 1185
Dinsmore, A.F., 294
Dobkin, S., 339, 340, 341, 342
Dodge, E., 711,
Dodrill, J., 87, 88
Dolan, P., 1387
Dole, R.B., 343, 344
Domurat, G., 1629
Donaghue, R., 209
Donnelly, K.B., 1387
Doochin, H.D., 345, 346, 347
Dorrestein, R., 137
Dorsey, H.G., 1036
Dowd, C.E., 348
Dowgiallo, M.J., 349
Doyle, L.J., 1084
Dravis, J.J., 1660
Droop, M.R., 1585
Drost-Hansen, W., 1616
Drummond, B., 1399
Duane, D.B., 350
Duellman, W.E., 351
Duerr, E.O., 352, 353
Dunn, G.E., 354
Durako, M.J., 355
Earle, J.E., 1627
Earley, C.F., 356, 357
Ebbs, N.K., 358, 359, 360
Edge, B.L., 511
Edmond, T.D., 1243
Edwards, C.E., 361
Edwards, RE., 362
Egler, F.E., 363
Eichler, L. W, 364
Eidman, M., 365
Eiseman, N.J., 366, 367,
Eisenbud, M., 1376
Eldred, B., 368, 369
Ellicott, A, 370
Ellis, R.W., 371, 1212
Elphick, JJ., 863
Eltringham, S.K, 866, 867
Emelry, A.R., 971
Engstrom, NA., 372, 373
Enos, P., 374, 1068
Erickson, J.T., 375
Erwin, R.M., 1096
Escalante Fontaneda, H.d', 376
Esch, G.W., 907
Eschmeyer, W.N., 377, 378
Estes, R.L., 1425
Estevez, E.D., 379
Eubanks, W., 1261
Evans, C.C., 380, 381, 382
Evans, D.W., 520
Evans, P.M., 232
Everdale, F.G., 349
Evermann, B.W., 383, 384
Ewald, J.J., 385, 386







Ewel, J.J, 69
Fairbridge, R.W., 684
Farmer, L.L., 387, 388, 389
Farrow, D.R.G., 1046
Feddern, H.A., 390, 391, 392
Feder, W.A., 868
Feigenbaum, D.L., 393, 394, 395, 396
Feingold, J.S., 397
Fell, J.W., 398, 399, 400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405,
406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415,
416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423, 582, 988,
989, 990, 991, 992, 993, 994, 995, 1076, 1225, 1585
Fenchel, T., 424
Ferguson, G.E., 1054, 1055
Fernandez, M., 1481
Ferry, J.D., 660
Fincher, E.L., 425
Finkl, C.W., 6
Fish, J.E., 427
Fitzgerald, I.Y., 428
FitzGerald, L.M., 429
Fleming, M., 430
Flora, M.D., 1244
Florida Bureau of Sanitary Engineering, 431
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation,
432
Florida Division of Water Supply and Research,
433
Florida Hurricane Damage Study Committee, 434
Florida Power and Light Company, 436
Flynn, B., 112
Flynn, B.S., 102, 103, 437, 438
Fortman, P., 439
Fowler, H.W., 440
Fradkin, L., 1261
Frank, J.R., 441
Franks, BJ., 442
Franseen, E.K., 1657
Fraser, T.H., 443, 444, 445, 935
Frazier, D., 335
Frazier, J.C., 446
Freay, A.D., 238, 239, 241
Froggatt, J.L., 447, 1203
Frohlich, H., 1616
Frue, A.C., 936
Futch, C.R., 369, 590
Gaby, R., 448, 449
Gantz, C.O., 450
Garcia, J., 1195, 1198
Garcia-Gomez, J., 1475, 1481
Gardner, J., 505
Gardner, R.A., 79
Gassman, N.J., 658
Gehring, W.R., 451
Gentile, J.H., 1100
Gentle, E.C., 452
Gentry, R.C., 453, 454
Gerba, Charles P., 1243
Gerchakov, S.M., 455, 456, 457, 1270, 1271
Gerritsen, F., 137
Getter, C.D., 458, 459, 460, 461
Gibbons, J.W., 1450
Gifford, CA., 462, 463


Gilbert, C.R., 464
Gilbert, P.W., 465, 466, 508
Gilbert, V.C., 256
Gilio, J.L.,467, 1272, 1274
Gill, A.M., 468
Gillette, D.A., 469
Gillies, W.N., 448
Gilmore, R.G., 752
Gilpin, V., 966, 967
Gimble, E., 470
Gingerich, K.J., 724, 1022
Ginsburg, R.N., 471, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477,
1386
Glazer, RA., 80, 162
Gleason, D.K, 478
Gleason, G., 76,
Gleason, P.J., 17, 18, 19, 179, 453, 454, 479, 480,
481, 482, 530, 531, 697, 567, 568, 1051, 1052, 1173,
1174, 1444, 1587, 1644, 1652
Glooschenko, W.A., 1616
Glynn, P.W., 483
Goldberg, W.M., 484
Goldstein, S.T., 485
Gomez, E.D., 804, 1498
Gomon, M.F., 317, 486, 1615
Goodell, H.G., 357
Gorchev, H., 176
Gordon, D.P., 487
Gordon, H.R., 488, 489
Gore, R.H., 490, 491, 492, 493, 494, 935
Gorsline, D.S., 683
Gottfried, M.D., 120
Gotto, J.W., 495
Gould, W.R., 496
Grantham, R.G., 721
Grantham, W.G., 1668
Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, 497
Green, J.M., 498
Greenan, G.C., 1102
Greenberg, I., 499
Greene, E.R., 500
Greenfield, L.J., 141, 501, 502, 503, 514, 712, 1625
Greer, B.F., 504, 772
Greeson, P.E., 657
Gregg, W.H., 505
Gruber, MA., 506
Gruber, S.H., 507, 508, 509
Gruver, B.L., 1084
Gulick, L., 1589, 1590
Ha, S.J., 510
Hagan, J.E., 511
Halley, R.B., 512, 1293, 1294
Hamilton, H., 176
Hamilton, R.D., 513, 514
Hampton, E.R., 722
Handbury, T.H., 515
Hanlon, R.T., 516, 517, 1617
Hannan, E.M., 518
Hannan, J.V., 519
Hanson, P.J., 520
Harlem, P.W., 521, 522
Harrington, C.W., 518
Harris, D.L., 523







Harshbarger, J.C., 524
Harshberger, J. W., 525
Harstrom, S.C., 518
Hartwell, J.H., 688
Harvey, G.R., 1034, 1206
Hatfield, E.B., 526, 527, 528, 595
Hatfield, N., 1197, 1198
Haunert, D.E., 24
Heald, E.J., 529, 530, 531, 1017
Heatwole, D., 781
Heemstra, P.C., 532
Hegre, C.S., 1100
Heinen, J, 1403
Hela, I., 533, 534, 535, 838, 937, 1157
Henderson-Rosenberg & Associates, 536
Hendrix, G.Y., 537, 538, 854
Hendrix, R.C., 410
Henshall, J.H., 539
Herreid, C.F., 540, 541
Herrnkind, W.F., 542, 543, 544, 545, 546
Hess, S.C., 547, 548
Hessinger, D.A., 549
Hicks, D.B., 550, 551
Higer, A.L., 552, 553, 692
Higman, J.B., 554, 555
Hildebrand, E.L., 232, 233, 556
Hildebrand, S.F., 767
Hine, A.E., 557
Hirono, Y., 1403
Hirsch, B., 172, 173
Hiser, H.W., 104, 558, 731
Hixon, R., 559, 633, 1197, 1198, 1472, 1476, 1485
Hoberg, C.M., 560, 1197
Hoffman, BA., 224
Hoffman, WA., 212
Hoffmeister, J.E., 561, 562, 563, 564, 565, 566, 963
Hofmann, H.A., 1229
Hofstetter, R.H., 567, 568
Hollingsworth, T., 569, 570
Holm, R.F., 571, 572, 573
Holmes, D.S., 574
Hom, J., 907
Hoover, H.W., 575
Hopper, B.E., 576, 577, 578, 579, 580, 581, 582, 583,
584, 585, 586, 869, 870, 871, 872
Horwitz, M.D., 1637
Houde, E.D., 84, 587, 588, 589, 590, 591, 592, 593,
594, 728
Houston, R.S., 595
Howe, MA., 596
Howze, J.A., 597
Hoy, N.D., 598, 1257
Hoyo, L., 873
Hudson, J.H., 512, 1293, 1294
Hughes, DA., 599
Hull, J.E., 600, 601, 602, 603, 604, 605, 676
Humm, H.J., 606, 607, 608, 609, 610
Hunter, I.L., 410, 411, 412
Hurley, N.E., 611
Hurst, J.T., 612
Hutton, R.F., 613, 614
Idyll, C.P., 615, 616, 617, 618
Ikeda, T., 1148


Incze, M.L., 619, 620
Ingle, R.M., 369, 621
Irlandi, EA., 980
Irvine, A.B., 622
Isham, L.B., 623, 624, 625, 626
Iversen, E.S., 627, 628, 629, 630, 631, 632, 633, 634,
1400, 1602
Izaguirre, M., 914
Jaap, W.C., 102, 103, 635, 1387
Jachowski, R.L., 636
Jarvinen, B.R., 984
Jaspers, E., 232
Jenkins, S.H., 736
Jenna, W.W., 1599
Jensen, L.D., 705
Jilek, R., 7
Johannes, R.E., 1717
Johnson, A.A., 41
Johnson, D., 171
Johnson, D.R., 638
Johnson, R.F., 874
Johnson, T., 1270, 1271
Johnson, T. S., 639
Johnston, G., 640
Jolley, R.L., 176, 177
Jones, E.B.G., 866, 867, 987
Jones, J.A., 641, 642, 643, 938, 939
Jones, J.I., 562
Joseph, E.B., 644
Josselyn, M.N., 645, 646, 1485
Jossi, J.W., 1583
Judge, R.M., 647, 648, 649 ,
Jurgens, W., 1423
Jutare, T.V., 650, 938, 939
Kadel, B.C., 651
Kahan, L.B., 549
Kalber, F.A., 652
Kale, H.W., 983
Kamp, K.M., 874
Kandrashoff, W., 1315
Kaplan, M.N., 653
ilar, K.F., 1471, 1477, 1481
Kelly, J.F., 630, 631, 654, 655
Kelly, M.G., 656, 657
Kendall, C.G.S.C., 1657
Kendall, W.C., 384
Kennedy, C.J., 658
Kenny, N., 1198, 1399, 1401
Kenworthy, W.J., 24
Kenyon, T.N., 659
Kerrigan, J.M., 857
Kessler, L.D., 89
Ketchum, B.H., 660
Kieber, D.J., 661, 662, 663, 664, 665
Kiene, R.P., 666, 667, 668
Kilby, J.D., 669
Kim, W., 2
Kimball, M.C., 670
Kindinger, J.L., 1294
King, CA., 671
Kirkwood, J.B., 1465, 1496
Kirtley, D.W., 672, 673, 674
Klein, H., 138, 675, 676, 722, 854, 1257, 1628







Klima, E.F., 677
Klimley, A.P., 678
Kline, G., 679
Klinovsky, J.J., 589
Klontz, S.W., 680
Kochman, H.I., 1035
Koenig, M./E., 551
Kohlmeyer, J.J., 875
Kohout, F.A., 681, 682, 683, 684, 685, 686, 687, 688,
689, 690
Kolipinski, M.C., 552, 553, 689, 691, 692, 1586
Kouassi, A.M., 693
Krantz, G.E., 694
Krasny, E.J., 695
Kraus, N.C., 724, 1022
Kreader, C., 34
Kreeder, CA., 696
Kreitman, A., 697
Kremer, P., 698
Krenkel, PA., 318, 953
Kriebel, D.L., 724, 1022
Krieger, J., 80
Krueger, J.F., 699
Kumazawa, S., 700
Kumpf, H.E., 701, 794
Kushlan, J.A., 702, 703, 704, 765, 766, 1174
Labowski, J.L., 1629
Lacerda, L.D.de, 1233
Lackey, J.B., 705
LaGorce, J.O., 706, 707
Lahmann, E.J., 1345
Landrum, L.W., 708
Landrum, P.D., 812
Lane, C.E., 149, 709, 710, 711, 712, 713, 1640
Lane, J., 236
Lang, M.A., 102
Langley, S.P., 714
LaRoe, E.T., 317, 715, 1615
Lasker, R., 716
Lasserre, P., 130
Lassiter, R.R., 1425
Lauff, G.H., 689
Laxon, D.D., 717, 718
Layne, J.N., 719
Leach, C.W., 720
Leach, S.D., 690, 721, 722, 723
Leadon, M.E., 724, 725
Leak, J.C., 726, 727, 728
Leatherwood, S., 66
Ledder, DA., 729
Lee, C., 730
Lee, C.C., 145, 146
Lee, E., 145, 146
Lee, S.S., 104, 558, 731, 732, 733, 1275, 1276, 1277,
1278, 1279, 1280, 1340, 1487, 1601
Lee, T.N., 291, 638, 734, 735, 736, 737, 738, 739,
740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 745, 1208
Lefkoff, L.J., 1628
Lelkes, G., 746
Lemaitre, R., 747, 833
Lenderking, R.E., 748
Lenhoff, H.M., 549
Lewis, A.G., 749


Lewis, F.G., 1261, 1262, 1688
Lewis, G., 750
Lewis, J.B., 751
Lewis, J.C., 1422
Lewis, R.R., 355, 752, 1476
Lichtenberg, J.J., 1261
Lidz, B.H., 512, 753, 1293, 1294
Limouzy, C.B., 754
Lin, G., 430
Lindall, W.N., 755
Lindeman, K.C., 756, 757
Little, C., 758, 759
Little, E.L., 760
Littlejohn, C.B., 132
Livingston, R.J., 1, 762
Lodder, J., 403, 420, 1076
Loeb, G.I., 764
Loftus, W.F., 765, 766
Longley, W.H., 767
Lonnberg, E., 768
Lopez, N.N., 844, 935, 940, 941, 942, 943, 944, 945,
946
Lovdal, J.D.A, 591, 592, 593
Love, S.K., 1054, 1055
Low, RA., 769
Lowe, JA., 1046
Lowenstam, HA., 476
Lower Florida Estuary Study, 770, 771
Luce, G., 772
Lugo, A.E., 773, 1092
Lummus, J.N., 774
Lunetta, C., 1065
Lutcavage, M.E., 775
Lutz, J., 776
Lutz, P.L., 777
Lynn, W.R., 778
Madsen, M.N., 779
Mago Leccia, F., 780
Magoon, O.T., 217, 449, 757, 1065, 1588, 1629
Mahadevan, S., 781
Main, M.B., 782
Makemson, J.C., 783
Mallery, C.H., 784
Malloy, K.D., 667
Man, E.H., 785, 1478
Manker, J.P., 786, 787
Manning, R.B., 788, 789, 790, 791, 792, 793, 794,
795, 1402
Marcus, J.H., 1479
Marino, J.N., 796
Markley, S.M., 103, 438, 797, 798, 799
Markovits, P.S., 1465, 1496
Marmelstein, A.D., 800
Marmontel, M., 801
Marois, M., 1193
Marshall, A.R., 802
Marshall, N., 803, 1335
Marszalek, D.S., 455, 804, 805, 806
Martens, J.H.C., 807, 808
Martin, D.F., 1387
Martin, D.M., 1495
Martin, J.F., 809
Martin, L.L., 1681







Martinez, S., 810
Massmann, W.H., 1397
Master, I.M., 408, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 989
Mattews, C.W., 811
Mathewson, R.F., 466, 508
Mathis, K., 812
Mauro, NA., 813, 814
Maurrasse, F.J.R., 381, 382, 474, 1169, 1654
Maxwell, S.L., 815
Maxwell, T., 816
Maynard, N.G., 817, 818
Mayo, CA., 819
Mazzotti, F.J., 448, 703
McCluney, W.R., 820
McCormick, H.W., 1
McCorquodale, D.S., 822
McErlean, A.J., 1362, 1363
McFarlane, R.W., 907
McGowan, M.F., 745, 823
McGregor, A.J., 824
McGuire, J.B., 736, 737
McIver, S., 825
McIvor, C.C., 1016
McKeever, N.M., 826
McKendree, W.G., 1687
McKenney, T.W., 827, 828, 829
McKenry, C.E.B., 830
McKenzie, D.J., 604, 605, 831
McLaughlin, P.A., 832, 833
McMahan, EA., 1186
McMahon, M.P., 448
McMillan, C., 367, 834
McMillan, R.T., 835, 836
McNicoll, R.E., 837
McNulty, J.K., 534, 535, 838, 839, 840, 841, 842,
843, 844, 845, 846, 847, 937, 1157
McPherson, B.F., 848, 849, 850, 851, 852, 853, 854,
939, 947, 948
McSweeny, E. S., 855, 856
Mehta, A.J., 796
Meisburger, E.P., 350
Menge, R., 799
Menzies, RA., 857
Meo, M., 1346
Merrifield, S.G., 1706
Mesouf, H., 215
Messing, C.G., 858
Meyer, F.W., 605
Meyer, SA., 418, 1225
Meyers, S.P., 13, 407, 583, 584, 585, 586, 859, 860,
861, 862, 863, 864, 865, 866, 867, 868, 869, 870,
871, 872, 873, 874, 875, 876, 877, 878, 879, 880,
881, 882, 883, 884, 885, 886, 887, 888, 889, 954,
955, 1033, 1158, 1225, 1282
Miami Herald, 890
Miami River Management Committee, 891
Mianmanus, R.T., 892
Michel, J.F., 460, 461 893, 894, 895, 896, 897, 898,
899, 900
Midboe, EA., 901
Mikulka, W.R., 902
Milano, G.R., 798
Millan, J.M., 925


Miller, B.I., 354
Miller, C., 989, 995
Miller, G.S., 903
Miller, H.P, 904, 905, 1277, 1278, 1280
Miller, P.C., 906, 907
Miller, S., 908, 909
Miller, S.M., 534, 838, 845, 910, 911, 934, 937, 1157
Miller, S.S., 912
Miller, W.L, 913
Millero, F. J., 914
Milliken, D.L., 915
Milliman, J.D., 562, 964
Milon, J.W., 916
Miner, D., 217, 449, 757, 1629
Mistakidis, M.N., 9, 1401
Mitchell, C.L., 917
Mitchell, R., 263
Mitchell-Tapping, H.J., 918
Mitsui, A., 1405
Moe, MA., 919, 920
Moffett, A.W., 371, 921
Moffett, J.W., 922, 923, 924
Mommsen, T.P., 1630
Monaco, M.E., 980
Montague, J.R., 925
Mooney, M.J., 926
Moore, D.R., 106, 562, 618, 927, 928, 949, 1442
Moore, H.B., 534, 624, 751, 838, 846, 847, 929, 930,
931, 932, 933, 934, 935, 936, 937, 938, 939, 940,
941, 942, 943, 944, 945, 946, 947, 948, 949, 1157,
1197, 1198, 1308, 1480, 1481, 1616, 1700
Moore, H.F., 950
Moore, J.C., 951, 952
Moore, J.G., 953
Moore, R.T., 876, 954, 955
Mopper, K., 662, 663, 664, 665, 956, 1575, 1576,
1577
Morgan, P.W., 800
Morgan-Jacobs, D., 212
Morrill, J.B., 957
Mossom, S., 230
Motte, J.R., 958
Muir, H., 959, 960
Muirhead, R.C., 428
Multer, H.G., 562, 563, 564, 565, 566, 961, 962, 963,
964, 1648
Munroe, R.M., 965, 966, 967
Murdock, J., 968
Myers, R.L., 969
Myrberg, A.A., 970, 971
National Ocean Service, 972, 973, 974, 975, 976, 977,
978
National Ocean Service. Strategic Assessment
Branch, 979
Natusch, D.F.S., 1317
Neal, W.J., 1084
Nees, R.T., 1242
Nelson, D.J., 457
Nelson, D.M., 980
Nelson, D.R., 981, 982
Nelson, W.G., 782
Nepshinsky, J., 335
Nesbitt, SA., 983







Neumann, A.C., 106
Neumann, C.J., 984
Newell, S.Y., 410, 416, 417, 419, 420, 985, 986, 987,
988, 989, 990, 991, 992, 993, 994, 995
Nichy, F.E., 644
Nicolson, S.W., 996
Nien, C.F., 1086, 1087
Nnaji, S., 997
NOAA/EPA Team on Near Coastal Waters, 998
Noe, C.D., 999
Noel, M.R., 806
Norris, J.P., 694, 1000, 1198
Nowak, G.F., 518
Nowlin, R., 1001
Nugent, R.S., 1002, 1003
NUS Corporation, 1004
Odell, D.K., 66, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1010,
1011, 1035
Odum, H.T., 1012, 1186
Odum, W.E., 529, 530, 531, 752, 1013, 1014, 1015,
1016, 1017, 1691
Ogden, J.C., 983
O'Gower, A.K., 1018
Oliver, G.D., 1019
Olsen Associates Inc., 1020
Olsen, E.J., 107, 1021, 1022
Olson, F.C.W., 957
O'Neal, S.W., 1104
Oppenheimer, C.H., 423, 885
Opresko, D.M., 1023, 1024, 1026
Opresko, L.K., 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1443, 1618
Oremland, R.S., 165, 1029, 1030, 1031
Orford, J.D., 182
Orput, PA., 877, 1032, 1033, 1226
Ortiz, L., 925
Ortner, P.B., 1034
O'Shea, TJ., 78, 1035
Ostlund, H.G., 1036
Overstreet, R.M., 1037, 1038, 1039, 1040
Owre, H.B., 1041, 1042, 1043
Owre, O.T., 1044
Pacheco, PA., 1046
Paige, D., 1045
Pait, A.S., 1046
Park, F.D.R., 1047
Park, J.R., 1048
Parker, F.L., 318, 953
Parker, G.G., 135, 1049, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053,
1054, 1055
Parkinson, R.W., 1659, 1661, 1662
Parks, A.M., 1056, 1057, 1058
Parsons, F., 1300
Pasley, D., 1059
Patchineelam, S.R., 1233
Patty, B.W., 983
Payne, B., 1060
Pearson, J.F.W., 1061
Pechmann, KB., 349
Pellenbarg, RE., 1062, 1272, 1273, 1274
Pemble, T.D., 639
Penhale, PA., 1063, 1482
Penzias, L.P., 1064
Pepper, S., 1474, 1483, 1489, 1490


Pequegnat, W.E., 800
Perez, A.I., 1065
Perez, M.A., 1066
Perkins, R.D., 374, 1067, 1068
Perrine, D., 1069
Perschbacher, P.W., 1070
Persoone, G., 232
Petasne, R.G., 1071, 1072
Peters, T., 1073, 1074
Pettit, G.A., 1075
Phaff, H.J., 420, 1076
Phillips, C., 1077, 1180
Phillips, F., 1180
Phillips, O.P., 1078
Phillips, R.C., 355, 1079
Phleger, F.B., 1691
Phlips, E.J., 1080
Pierce, C.W., 1081, 1082
Pierce, R.H., 1083
Pilkey, O.H., 1084
Pires, A.M.S, 1085
Plane, J.M.C., 1086, 1087
Plescia, J.B., 1088
Podgor, J.E., 1224
Poll, M.A., 1089
Pomponi, S.A., 1090, 1091
Poole, D.J., 1092
Poole, D.K., 907
Pope, P.E., 1093
Port of Miami, 1094, 1095
Portnoy, J.W., 1096
Posner, G.S., 712, 1097
Post-Buckley-Schuh & Jernigan Inc., 1098
Postma, H., 130
Powles, H., 1099
Prager, J.C., 1100
Pray, L.C., 1101
Predoehl, M.C., 349
Prestamo, F.J., 1102
Prince, J.S., 1103, 1104
Prindle, B., 878
Pringle, M.E., 1105
Pritchard, P.C.H., 1106
Pritchard-Carpenter Consultant, 1107
Prochaska, F.J., 812
Prospero, J.M., 171, 1241, 1242, 1317
Provenzano, A.J., 795, 1108, 1109, 1110, 1111, 1112,
1113, 1114, 1162
Provost, M.W., 1616
Pruitt, B.A., 551
Puri, H.S., 1115
Purkerson, L., 553
Purpura, JA., 1116, 1117, 1634
Pybas, D.W., 38, 85, 1118, 1119
Quinn, B.G., 1120
Rall, D.P., 466, 508
Rails, K., 136, 1008, 1010, 1709
Ramachandran, S., 1121
Randall, HA., 1130
Randall, J.E., 109, 1122, 1123, 1124, 1125, 1126,
1127, 1128, 1129, 1130, 1131
Rathbun, G.B., 1149
Rathbun, M.J., 1132, 1133, 1134, 1135






Rawlinson, C.H, 1688
Ray, G.C., 1181
Reark, J.B., 1136, 1137
Rebel, T.P., 1138
Redfield, A. C., 660
Redford, Polly, 1139
Reed, M., 1065
Reeve, M.R., 389, 1140, 1141, 1142, 1143, 1144,
1145, 1146,1147,1148,1203
Reeves, R.R., 66
Rehder, H. A., 69
Rehrer, R., 1195, 1198
Reid, G.K., 225
Reid, J.P., 1149
Reiger, J.F., 1150
Research Planning Institute, 1151, 1152
Reyes-Vasquez, G., 1153, 1154, 1155
Reynolds, E.S., 534, 838, 845, 878, 879, 880, 881,
882, 883, 884, 885, 937, 1156, 1157, 1158
Reynolds, J.E., 1009, 1010
Rezak, R., 477
Rhoads,S.N., 1159
Ribi, G., 157, 1160,1161
Rice, A.L., 1162
Rice, K.J., 1163
Rickards, W.L., 1164
Riege, J.D., 900, 1165
Rielinger, D.M., 1166
Rippe, D.F., 1300
Rivas, L.R., 1167
Robas, A.K., 1168
Robbin, D.M., 1169
Robertson, P.B., 1170, 1171
Robertson, W.B., 1172, 1173, 1174
Robins, C.R., 110, 111, 317, 1175, 1176, 1177, 1178,
1179, 1180, 1181, 1182, 1183, 1615, 1616
Robinson, R.B., 1184
Robinson, R.K., 1185, 1213, 1214, 1215, 1216, 1217
Robison, L.M., 162
Rodriguez, GA., 1187
Rodriguez Mercado, A., 1188
Roessler, MA., 50, 51, 52, 143, 416, 632, 738, 739,
896, 900, 1144, 1145, 1189, 1190, 1191, 1192, 1193,
1194, 1195, 1196, 1197, 1198, 1199, 1200, 1201,
1202, 1270, 1271, 1364, 1447, 1448, 1480, 1481,
1484,1485, 1486,1488,1490
Rogerson, P., 1100
Roman, M.R., 620, 1203, 1228
Romans, B., 1204
Romer, N.S., 120
Romero, C.O., 1205
Romero, G.C., 1206
Rona, D.C., 1207
Rooth, C., 456, 738, 739, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744,
745,1208
Roper, C.F.E., 939, 1209
Rosen, A., 371, 1210, 1211, 1212, 1213, 1214, 1215,
1216, 1217
Rosenbaum, R.D., 518
Rosenberg, R., 1218
Rosendahl, P.C., 1219
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sci-
ence, 1220, 1221


Ross, D.M., 1224
Ross (H.J.) Associates, 1222, 1223
Ross, S., 1224
Ross, W., 1657
Rossinsky, V., 1660
Rost, P., 146
Roth, F.J., 13, 407, 455, 1225, 1226
Rothman, P. A., 1227
Rowse, LA., 983
Rublee, PA., 1228
Ruivo, M., 52, 1146
RUsnak, GA., 1229
Russell, F.S., 931
Russell, M.A.C., 1230
Ruvin, H., 1478
Ryan, J.D., 1231, 1232, 1233, 1262, 1688
Sadd, J.L., 461
Sallman, B., 1510, 1511
Salmons, C.A., 1234
Saloman, C.H., 1235
Saltzman, E., 1718
Sampedro, R.M., 1236, 1237
Sanford, S., 1238
Sangley, S., 449
Savage, T., 1239
Savoie, D.L., 1240, 1241, 1242, 1317
Schaiberger, G.E., 1243
Scheidt, D.J., 1244
Schekter, R.C., 589, 1245
Schmahl, G.P., 1246, 1498
Schmidt, T.W., 1247
Schmitz, H., 1248
Schneider, J.J., 1249
Schneider, WJ., 1250
Scholander, P.F., 1251
Scholander, S.I., 1251
School, D.W., 1252, 1253, 1254, 1358
Schreiber, D.R., 1255
Schreiber, E.A., 1256
Schreiber, R.W., 1256
Schroeder, M.C., 598, 1257
Schroeder, P.B., 1258, 1473, 1482, 1487
Schroeder, R.E., 1131
Schroeder, W.C., 1259
Schropp, S.J., 1260, 1261, 1262, 1688
Schultz, G.A., 1263
Schwartz, A., 351
Schwartz, F.J., 1070
Scott, E., 886, 887
Scott, G.I., 461
Scotton, L.N., 328, 1264, 1265
Seaman, W., 219, 752, 1266
Seba, D.B., 1267, 1268, 1269
Seeliger, U., 1233
Segar, DA., 456, 457, 467, 1270, 1271, 1272, 1273,
1274, 1488
Seifert, L., 44
Seliger, H.H, 1413
Sengupta, S., 104, 558, 731, 733, 1275, 1276, 1277,
1278,1279,1280, 1340, 1487
Settle, L.R., 980
Sewell, J., 1281
Sguros, P.L., 1282, 1283, 1284, 1285







Shaffer, D.L., 874
Shaler, N.S., 1286
Sharitz, R.R., 1450
Sharma, D.C., 1084
Shaw, R.P., 1277
Sheifer, I.C., 349
Sheldon, J.W., 1287
Shepard, F.P., 1288
Sherwood, C.B., 723
Shigenaka, G., 1289
Shinn, EA., 56, 512, 753, 1290, 1291, 1292, 1293,
1294, 1386
Shoemaker, W.S., 1295
Shoup, J.B., 1296
Shubow, D., 1297
Sidjabat, M.M., 1298
Siebenaler, J.B., 1299
Sieman, J.C., 1199
Sigel, M.M., 1300
Simmons, J.R., 1301
Simms, J., 877, 888, 889, 1282, 1283, 1284, 1285
Simon, J.L., 379
Simonsen, R., 1583
Simpson, C.T., 1302, 1303, 1304
Sims, J., 1033
Sindermann, C.J., 1602
Singletary, R.L., 1305, 1306, 1307, 1308
Siniff, D.B., 1011
Sites, G.L., 1309
Skinner, R.H., 1310, 1311, 1312, 1313, 1314, 1315
Skjoldal, H.R, 1316
Slatt, B.J., 1317
Small, J.K., 1318, 1319, 1320, 1321, 1322, 1323
Smiley, N., 1324
Smith, CA., 176, 177, 178
Smith, D.G., 1325
Smith, F.G.W., 347, 621, 624, 625, 1326, 1327, 1328,
1329, 1330, 1331, 1332, 1333, 1334, 1335, 1336
Smith, H.M., 515, 965, 1337
Smith, J.M., 489
Smith, M., 1338
Smith, N., 764
Smith, R., 1197, 1198, 1339
Smith, R.C., 1340
Smith, R.F., 1397
Smith, R.G., 1688
Smith, R.L., 1341, 1342
Smith, T.I.J., 1343
Smith, T.J., 1016
Smosna, R., 816
Snedaker, S.C., 240, 379, 408, 670, 773, 834, 906,
1092, 1137, 1344, 1345, 1346, 1347, 1348, 1705
Sogard, S.M., 1349, 1350
Sohn, M.L., 956
Sotolongo, S., 914
South Florida Regional Planning Council, 1352,
1353, 1354, 1355
South Florida Water Management Counci, 1356
Southeastern Geological Society, 1357
Spackman, W., 482, 1358
Spanier, E., 1359
Spencer, M.J., 1360
Springer, V.G., 625, 1361, 1362, 1363


Sprinkel, J., 781
Sprogis, J.M., 1063, 1197, 1364, 1365
Stahl, M.S., 1366
Staiger, J.C., 360, 1367
Stanford, R.L., 263, 1348
Stanlaw, KA., 1368
Stanley, S.M., 1369
Starck, WA., 1131, 1182, 1370, 1371, 1372
Statistical Exchange of South Florida, 1373
Stauble, D.K., 1374
Stears, B., 1375
Stears, H.B., 329
Stears, R., 1489, 1490
Stearns, R.D., 456, 457
Steele, A.T., 469
Stein, M., 1376
Stephens, W.M., 1377, 1378, 1379
Stephenson, A., 1380
Stephenson, TA., 1380
Stepien, W.P., 1381, 1382
Sternberg, L.d.S.L., 430
Stevely, J.M., 1383
Stevenson, H. L., 871
Stevenson, L.H., 413, 985
Steward, R., 171
Stewart, H.B., 165
Stewart, H.G., 1384
Stewart, M., 427
Stipp, J.J., 1088
Stock, J.H., 1385
Stockman, K.W., 56, 566, 1229, 1386
Stoner, WA., 907
Storr, J.F., 314
Strom, R.N., 1387
Stubbs, SA., 1388
Stuiver, M., 1253, 1254
Sturges, W., 101
Suarez, S.S., 1389
Supko, P.R., 106
Swakon, E.A., 1390, 1391
Swanson, GA., 1460
Swanson, L.J., 594, 1392
Swartz, A.H., 1397
Szmant, A.M., 77, 483, 745, 1393
Tabb, D.C., 329, 530, 531, 617, 618, 633, 1183, 1196,
1200, 1201, 1202, 1394, 1395, 1396, 1397, 1398,
1399, 1400, 1401, 1402, 1403, 1486, 1616
Taft, W.H., 1358
Tait, L.S., 213, 437, 438, 725, 1021, 1374
Tallman, A.S., 408, 410, 412, 421, 422
Tannehill, I.R., 1404
Tanner, W.F., 674, 1662
Targett, N.M., 1405
Targett, T.E., 1406, 1407, 1408
Tarzwell, C.C., 845
Task Force on Dade County Waterways Regulation,
1409, 1410
Taylor, B.F, 146, 165, 166, 167, 667, 668, 956, 1030,
1031
Taylor, D.L., 1411, 1412, 1413
Taylor, R.B., 332, 1414, 1415
Taylor, W.R., 1416, 1417




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