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Through its research, educational, and advisory pro-
grams, Florida Sea Grant has produced the listed pub-
lications. Most publications still in print may be obtained
free on a single copy basis. Cost per copy for multiple
copies is indicated with each listing. Minimum bulk
order is $1.00.
A few other publications, indicated by an asterisk (ex.
$2.00*) in the listings are 'for sale' only. This price
applies for both single and multiple copies.


Multiple copies and 'for sale' publications are available
only from:

Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program
G022 McCarty Hall
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611

Please make checks payable to the University of
Florida. Florida residents add 5% sales tax.
For free single copies or periodicals, contact
Sea Grant Marine Advisory Agents at Coastal County
Extension offices or the above address.
Journal Reprints and Technical Papers should
be ordered from Florida Sea Grant, Bldg. 803, Univer-
sity of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611. This information
also appears at the beginning of these listings.

Cover design by Ann Quast






Boating Safety Thunderstorms. Walter A.
Sitarz. (MAP-5). $0.15
Describes safe boating techniques and precautions
related to wind, lightning, high water, etc., caused by
thunderstorms. Includes the "Lightning Protection
Code of 1968".

"Hurricane Survival: Family Action Guide-
lines". (MAP-12). $0.25
Describes actions to take before, during and after a
hurricane to increase survival rates and decrease prop-
erty destruction. Includes a hurricane tracking chart, a
list of emergency phone numbers and special instruc-
tions for residents of mobile homes and high-rise

Florida Sea Grant Program Directory 1982.
Lists all personnel involved in the Florida Sea Grant
College Program, the Marine Advisory Program, and
Coastal County Extension Directors. Also includes list
of principal investigators and brief descriptions of
research projects.

Marine Education K-12. Marjorie R. Gordon.
(MAP-17). $0.20
Provides information on finding funds and opportuni-
ties for K-12 marine education resources, courses, and


Report on the Florida Sea Grant College for
1979-1980. (Annual Report). Tom Leahy and Billie
Discusses research projects, education, and marine
advisory program of the Florida Sea Grant College. A
program summary, publication, and list of principal
investigators and projects are also included.


Florida Marine Advisory Program. (MAFS-4).
A brochure on what the Marine Advisory Program is
and what is does.

Diving and Smoking. (MAFS-7). $0.05
Outlines effects of smoking on individuals who dive
and smoke. Gives reasons why divers should not

Recreational Scuba Diving. (MAFS-11). $0.05
Provides safety information for divers.

Cold Water Staying Alive at Low Tempera-
tures. (MAFS-12). $0.05
Information regarding survival techniques in cold water

Application of Anchors and Anchoring The-
ory. Jeff Fisher. (MAFS-17). $0.05
Describes different types of anchors and rigging me-
thods and includes information on site selection and
other pertinent facts.

Hurricane and Severe Weather Checklist for
Boaters. (MAFS-24). $0.05
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). $0.05
Answers basic questions about scuba diving.

Diving and Pregnancy. (MAFS-30). $0.05
Discusses the possible effects of scuba diving on preg-
nancy and suggests ways to minimize the risks.

Florida Sea Grant College Program. 1981.
Provides information about the Florida Sea Grant and
Marine Advisory Programs.

Severe Weather and Hurricane Planning Guide
for Marina/Boatyard Operators. Leigh T. John-
son and Joseph G. Halusky. (MAFS-32). $0.15
Designed to aid marina and boatyard operators in
planning necessary procedures to increase safety and
decrease destruction during severe weather conditions
such as hurricanes.

The Gulf Stream Locating It off Florida's
Coast. (MAFS-34). $0.05
Describes the method created by MAP personnel, in
cooperation with NOAA's Earth Satellite Service and
the National Weather Service in Florida, for aiding
seamen in locating the Gulf Stream.


How to Order: Multiple copies of technical papers
and journal reprints are not available. Free single
copies may be ordered from: Florida Sea Grant,
Building 803, University of Florida, Gaines-
ville, FL 32611.

Marine Education and Research Organizations
in Florida. Norbert W. O'Hara and Matthew Landau.


Bolton, M. E. 1980, Scuba diving and fetal well-being: a
survey of 208 women. Undersea Biomedical Research 7
(3): 183-189.


Marine Log

Sea Grant and Marine Advisory 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.

Coastal News Reprints

A monthly compilation of clippings from Florida news-
papers concerning the ocean and coast.



Floating Tire Breakwaters A Case Study of a
Potential Low Cost Shore Protection Struc-
ture for Florida's Protected Marine Waters.
Charles A. Gifford, Jeffrey A. Fisher, and Todd L. Wal-
ton, Jr. (SUSF-SG-77-002). $0.10
Explains construction and use of floating tire break-
waters and discusses the effects of the breakwater such
as wave suppression, mooring forces, etc.

Hurricane-Resistant Construction for Homes.
Todd L. Walton, Jr. (MAP-16). $0.40
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 Construction Setback
Line, and county building codes.

Beach Dune Walkover Structures. Todd L. Wal-
ton, Jr. and Thomas C. Skinner.(MAP-18). $0.30
Formerly SUSF-SG-76-006. Information and instruc-
tions for building walkover structures in areas where
sand dunes are threatened by human traffic.

Local Control Over the Onshore Impacts of
Offshore Energy Development In Florida. R. D.
Woodson and John Corbett. (MAP-7). $0.40
Discusses environmental, economic and social impacts
onshore of offshore energy development and the legal
alternatives and options available to local governments.

Recreational Use Reefs In Florida Artificial
and Natural. (MAP-9). $0.25
Atlas in map form showing both artificial and natural
reefs off the coast of Florida.

Man Meets Coast. Diane Barile. (MAP-11). $0.40
A 32-page, cartoon-type booklet concerning man's
attraction to the coast, the problems which result and
what is being done about them.

The Beach A Natural Protection From the
Sea. William M. Sensabaugh. (MAP-19). $0.15
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.

Coastal Construction Practices. Christopher P.
Jones and Leigh Taylor Johnson, Editors. (MAP-23).
A resource manual using information resulting from a
Coastal Construction Seminar held at Satellite Beach,
Florida. Includes names and addresses of local and
state regulatory agencies for the convenience of those
interested in coastal construction, also a list of other
Sea Grant publications available.


Seawall and Revetment Effectiveness, Cost
and Construction. Courtland A. Collier. (SGR-6).
Explain the types of shore protection structures com-
monly available and the relative merits and costs of

Stabilization of Beaches and Dunes by Vege-
tation in Florida. John H. Davis. (SGR-7). $0.75
Provides coastal strand property owners and managers
with guidelines for use of vegetation in the protection
and restoration of Florida beaches and dunes.

John's Pass and Blind Pass. A. J. Mehta, C. P.
Jones, and Wm. D. Adams. (SGR-18). $0.85
Matanzas Inlet. A. J. Mehta and C. P. Jones. (SGR-
21). $1.50
Sikes Cut. T. A. Zeh. (SGR-35). $0.40
Big Hickory Pass, New Pass, and Big Carlos
Pass. C. P. Jones. (SGR-37). $0.60
St. George Inlet. H. Kojima and S. D. Hunt. (SGR-
38). $0.40
Port Canaveral Inlet. S. D. Hunt. (SGR-39). $0.50
St. Marys Entrance. T. M. Parchure. (SGR-44).

Each title represents a summary of the more significant
information 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 Construc-
tion Setback Line. Courtland A. Collier, Kamran
Eshaghi, George Cooper, and Richard S. Wolfe. 72 pp.
1977. (SGR-20). $2.00*
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 construc-
tion seaward of the CCSBL is justified.

Artificial Reefs in Florida. Donald Y. Aska, Ed.
(SGR-24). $0.75
Proceedings of a conference held June 10-11, 1977 at
the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Provides current information regarding the placement,
management, use, and control of Florida's artificial

Marina and Boatyard Operators in Florida -
Conference Proceedings. Thomas M. Leahy, Edi-
tor. (SGR-27). $0.75
Summarizes the two-and-a-half day conference for
marina and boatyard operators held in Orlando, Flor-
ida, April 4-6, 1978. This conference provided a forum
for operators to discuss their problems with represen-
tatives from government regulating agencies and to
encourage education and research programs where

Salt Tolerant Plants for Florida Landscapes.
William E. Barrick. (SGR-28). $2.00*
Lists and describes salt tolerant plants especially adap-
table to the climatic conditions found in Florida and
provides information pertaining to environmental stres-
ses and adverse qualities of coastal soils. Includes
black and white photographs of 67 salt tolerant plants.

Seawall Design on Open Coast. Todd L. Walton,
Jr. and William Sensabaugh. (SGR-29). $0.30
This report is intended to provide insight into effects
which seawalls have on the beach system, and proper
design considerations for seawall construction on the
*For Sale Only

open coast. The main emphasis is toward anchored
seawalls since most seawalls on the open coast are of
this type.

Legal Aspects of Recreational Marina Siting
In Florida. Frank E. Maloney, Bram D. C. Canter and
Richard G. Hamann. (SGR-36). $2.00*
Designed to inform public and private planners and
decision-makers about the major environmental regu-
latory controls to which a marina construction project
in Florida is subject.

Artificial Reefs: Conference Proceedings. Edit-
ed by Donald Y. Aska. (SGR-41). $3.00*
Proceedings of a conference held September 13-15,
1979, in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Residential Canals and Canal Networks: De-
sign and Evaluation. F. W. Morris, IV. (SGR-43).
Prepared for design engineers, developers, and regula-
tory agency personnel interested in either designing
new canal systems or rehabilitating existing ones. It
describes canal hydrodynamics and dispersion, guide-
lines for canal design, site surveys, canal design ele-
ments, and a procedure for evaluating an existing or
proposed canal network.


Stabilizing Beaches and Dunes with Vegeta-
tion in Florida. (MAFS-1). $0.05
Provides information on the use of vegetation to stabil-
ize beaches and dunes. Extracted from Sea Grant
Report Number 7, Stabilization of Beaches and Dunes
by Vegetation in Florida, written by John H. Davis, Jr.

Coastal History Notes. Todd L. Walton, Jr.
History of high water shorelines and erosion patterns
over a period of 100 years for each of the following
areas: Boca Raton Inlet Vicinity, Captiva Island,
Estero Island, Lido Key, Sanibel Island, and
Siesta Key.

Florida Coastal and Environmental Informa-
tion A User's Guide. Lucille Lehmann and Todd
L. Walton. (MAFS-8). $0.05

*For Sale Only

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

Constructing an Artificial Reef Buoy. (MAFS-
9). $0.05
Describes artificial reef buoys and provides diagrams
for construction.

Artificial Reef Site Selection and Evaluation.
Heyward Mathews. (MAFS-20). $0.05
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 re-

Florida Sea Grant Artificial Resource Team.
(MAFS-21). $0.05
Describes the activities of a Florida Sea Grant funded
artificial reef resource team established to aid munici-
pal and private groups interested in artificial reef con-
struction. Lists addresses and phone numbers of team

Building Construction on Shoreline Property.
(MAFS-25). $0.05
Construction guidelines and considerations for owners,
designers, and builders of shore area buildings.


How to Order: Multiple copies of technical papers
and journal reprints are not available. Free single
copies may be ordered from: Florida Sea Grant,
Building 803, University of Florida, Gaines-
ville, FL 32611

Papers Presented at Annual Conference on
Beach Preservation. October 3-5, 1979, Bal Har-
bour, FL. Compiled by Stan Tait and Thomas Leahy.

A Survey of Small Craft Marinas in Florida. P.
V. Rao, J. J. Einerson, J. A. Einerson and A. J. Mehta.


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 hurri-
cane warnings: A reanalysis of data from four
studies. Mass Emergencies 4(9): 9-24.

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

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

Bobbie, Ronald J., Janet S. Nickels, G. A. Smith, Steven
D. Fazio, R. H. Findlay, William M. Davis, David C.
White. Effect of light on biomass and commun-
ity structure of estuarine detrital microblota.
Appl. and Env. Microbio..42(01): 0150-0158, July 1981.

Bobbie, Ronald J. and David C. White.1980. Charac-
terization of benthic microbial community
structure by high-resolution gas chromato-
graphy of fatty acid Methyl Esters. Appl. and
Env. Microbio. 39(6): 1212-1222.

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

Boynton, W. R. 1977. An energy based evaluation
of a proposed navigation dam on the Apala-
chicola River, Florida. pp. 158-171 in: Livingston,
R. J. and E. A. Joyce, editors. Fla. Mar. Res. Publ. 26.
Christensen, B. A. and R. M. Snyder 1978. Estab-
lishment of residential waterfront property by
construction of canal systems in coastal wet-
lands. Problems and solutions. Coastal Zone 78,
pp. 1301-1315.

Chiu, T. Y. 1977. Beach and dune response to
hurricane Eloise of September 1975, pp. 116-
134. in: Proc. of Coastal Seiments '77, 5th Symposium
of the Waterway, Port, Coastal & Ocean Division,
ASCE, November 1977. Charleston, SC.

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

Christensen, B. A. 1976. Mild slope stable chan-
nels a stochastic design approach. ASCE Annu.
Conv. San Diego, CA pp. 1-28.

Christensen, B. A. 1975. Stochastic approach to
stable channel design. Reprint No. 2563, Amer.
Soc. Civil Eng. Nat. Conv. 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:

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

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

Davis, William M. and David C. White.1980. Fluoro-
metric determination of Adenosine Nucleo-
tide derivatives as measures of the microfoul-
ing, detrital, and sedimentary microbial bio-
mass and physiological status. Appl. and Env.
Microbio. 40(3): 536-538.

Dean, Robert G., and Todd L. Walton, Jr. 1973. Sedi-
ment transport processes in the vicinity of
Inlets with special reference to sand trapping.
Second Int. Estuar. Res. Conf. Myrtle Beach, SC,
October 1973.

Eng-Wilmot, D. L. 1978. Growth response of the
marine blue-green alga, Gomphosphaerla apon-
Ina, 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,
Gomphosphaeris aponina. Flor. Sci. 40(2): 197-198.

Eng-Wilmot, D. L., W. S. Hitchcock, and D. F. Martin.
1977. Effect of temperature on the proliferation
of Gymnodinlum breve and Gomphosphaerla apon-
Ina. Marine Biol. 41: 71-77.

Escoffier, Francis F., F. ASCE and Todd L. Walton, Jr.,
M. ASCE.1979. Inlet stability solutions for tribu-
tary inflow. Journal of the Waterway Port Coastal
and Ocean Division. 105(WW4), Proc. Paper 14964,
November 1979, pp. 341-355.

Graham, Donald Steven and Ashish J. Mehta.1981.
Burial design criteria for tidal flow crossings.
Transportation Engineering Journal TE2: 227-242.

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

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

Hartt, Wm. A., Jos. E. Fluet, and T. E. Henke.1976. Air
fatigue of notched 1018 steel in the endu-
rance limit range. Metallurg. Trans. A,V7A: 1341-

Hill, J. M. and D. S. Graham.1980. Using enhanced
landsat images for calibrating real-time estua-
rine water quality models. Water Quality Bulletin
5(1): 20-23.

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 14C-NaHCO3. Limnol. and
Oceanog. 21(5): 756-758.

Jones, Christopher P. 1980. Inlet sand 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):

Kobylinski, G. J., and R. J. Livingston.1975. Move-
ment 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 tempera-
ture and DDT residues. Arch. Env. Contam. & Tox-
icol 4: 119-128.

Koenig, Christopher C. and Robert J. Livingston.1976.
The embryological development of the Dia-
mond killfish (Adinla xenica). Copeia 1976 (3):

Livingston, R. J., N. P. Thompson and D. A. Meeter.
1978. Long-term variation of organochlorine
residents and assemblages of epibenthic or-
ganisms in a shallow north Florida (USA) estu-
ary. Mar. Bio. 46: 355-372.

Livingston, Robert J., et al 1976. Avoidance re-
sponses of estuarine organisms to stormwater
runoff and pulp mill effluents. Estuarine Pro-
cesses, Vol., uses stresses and adaptation to the estu-
ary. Academic Press, NY pp. 313-331.

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 regulat-
ing 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 ordi-
nance for meeting local water quality man-
agement needs. Natural Resources Journal 20:

Martin, Dean F., and Barbara.1976. Aponin, a cyto-
litic factor toward the red tide organism, Gym-
nodinlum breve. Biological assay and prelimi-
nary 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 poly-
saccharide, and growth in the blue-green alga,
Gomphosphaerla aponina. Water Res. 12: 951-955.

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

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

Mehta, A. J. and B. A. Christensen.1976. Incipient
sediment motion in entrances with shell beds.
Amer. Soc. Civil Eng. Proc. Symp. Inland Waters for
Navigation, Flood Control and Water Diversions. Colo-
rado State Univ. August 10-12, 1976. pp. 960-977.

Mehta, A. J. and T. A. Zeh 1980. Influence of a small
Inlet in a large bay. Coastal Engineering 4(1980):

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

Morrison, S. J., et al.1977. Evidenceffor microfloral
succession on allochthonous plant litter in
Apalachicola Bay, Florida, USA. Mar. Bio. 41:

Myers, V. B., and R. L. lverson.1977. Aspects of nut-
rient limitation of the phytoplankton produc-
tivity in the Apalachicola Bay system. pp. 67-74
in: Livingston, R. J. and E. A. Joyce, editors. Fla. Mar.
Res. Pub. 26.

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

Oesterling, J. L. 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. 26.

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

Rubin, Hillel and Todd L. Walton, Jr. 1978. Prediction
of littoral drift for lakes and bays from wind
observation. SE Geol. 18(2): 119-127.

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.

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

Turbeville, Joseph E. 1976. A ferromagnetic sor-
bent system for oil spill recovery. Offshore
Technol. Conf. Pap. No. 0TC 2693. pp. 883-886, 3 Figs.

Walton, Raymond, A. M. ASCE and Bent A. Chris-
tensen, M. ASCE.1980. Friction factors in storm
surges over inland areas. Journal of the Water-
way, Port, Coastal and Ocean Division. 106(WW2),
Proc. Paper 15439, 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 trans-
port equation and some simplified solutions.
pp. 809-837 in: Proc. of the Spec. Conf. on Coastal
Structures '79. March 14-16, 1979. Alexandria, VA.

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

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

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



Florida's Commercial Swordfish Fishery:
Longline Gear and Methods. James C. Cato and
Frank J. Lawlor. (MAP-14). $0.40
Describes briefly commercial fishing methods employ-
ed in Florida's swordfish fishery.

Small Boat Longlining for Swordfish on Flori-
da's East Coast: An Economic Analysis. Steven
A. Berkeley, Edwin W. Irby, Jr. and John W. Jolley, Jr.
(MAP-15). $0.40
Designed to assist fishermen in decision-making before
they invest in a new vessel or change their gear to enter
the swordfish fishery.

Reproduction, Growth, and Migration of Blue
Crabs Along Florida's Gulf Coast. Michael T.
Oesterling. (MAP-20). $0.40
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 tag-
ging 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). $0.40
Provides guidelines regarding the proper handling of
oysters for persons involved in the oyster industry.
Includes sanitation methods.

Bacteria and Seafoods. W. Steven Otwell and John
A. Koburger. (MAP-22). $0.30
Provides information on the problems related to bacte-
ria and seafoods and how to combat them.


Florida Commercial Marine Fisheries -
Growth, Relative Importance and Input Trends.
Fred J. Prochaska. (SGR-11). $0.50
Trends in total landings in Florida during the 1952-72
period are considered and Florida's relative importance
as a fishing state is analyzed.

Lugworm Aquaculture. Charles N. D'Asaro and
Henry C. K. Chen.(SGR-16). $2.00
Details a preliminary plan for a commercial bait-worm
hatchery to produce the lugworm, Arenicola cristata
Stimpson, and discusses the market perspective of

Proceedings: Colloquium on Snapper-Grouper
Fishery Resources of the Western Central At-
lantic 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, Florida.

An Economics Profile of Florida Commercial
Fishing Firms: Fishermen, Commercial Activ-
ities and Financial Considerations. Fred J. Pro-
chaska and James C. Cato. (SGR-19). $0.30
An economic survey of firms, fishermen and the gear
and investments employed in Florida's major fisheries.

Primary Economic Impact of the Florida Com-
mercial Fishing Sector. Fred J. Prochaska and R.
Allen Morris. (SGR-25). $0.50
Identifies the quantity and value of commercial marine
landings for the 1972-75 production period, determines
expenditures and sales directly generated by commer-
cial marine fisheries, and assesses the economic impact
in terms of sales, income, employment and output.

Economic Impact of the Processing and Mar-
keting of Commercial Florida Marine Land-
ings. R. Allen Morris and Fred Prochaska. (SGR-26).
Provides basic economic research which can be app-
lied to specific problems facing those who engage in
the marketing and processing of commercially landed

*For Sale Only

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 (Lutjani-
dae) and Grouper-Sea Bass (Serranidae) Biol-
ogy. 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.

Development of a Soft Crab Fishery in Florida.
W. Steven Otwell, James C. Cato and Joseph G.
Halusky. (SGR-31). $0.75
Provides information on the development, processes,
market potential, etc., of soft crabs. Contains numer-
ous photos, tables, graphs and a glossary of common
terminology pertaining to the soft crab industry.

Aquatic Animal Medicine: A State of the Art.
Robert L. Jenkins and Joseph G. Halusky, Editors.
(SGR-32). $2.00*
Proceedings of a conference held April 25, 1979, spon-
sored jointly by the International Association for Aqua-
tic Animal Medicine, Florida Sea Grant College and
Marine Advisory Program.

The Florida Blue Crab Industry: Landings,
Prices and Resource Productivity. Paul D. Lan-
drum and Fred J. Prochaska. (SGR-34). $0.45
A compilation of published statistics and analyses of
trends in landings, value and resources of the Florida
blue crab industry.

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 Orlando, Florida.

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). $0.50
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.

*For Sale Only


Protect the Manatee. (MAFS-3). $0.05
Information on the Florida Manatee (Trichechus mana-
tus), a Florida endangered species. In addition to a map
showing locations of refuges used by manatees in Flor-
ida, many interesting facts are included.

Land Your Catch Fresh. (MAFS-6). $0.05
Quality control guidelines for proper protection for fish
harvest by culling, cleaning and chilling. Includes legal
requirements for boats used for harvesting and trans-
porting seafood. Information useful to commercial and
sport fishermen.

Sharks and Man A Perspective. (MAFS-10).
Provides answers to some common questions about

Fish Facts for Florida Consumers. (Series of
seven individual brochures). Blue Crab (MAFS-13).
Finfish (MAFS-14). Shrimp (MAFS-15). Squid
(MAFS-16). Oysters (MAFS-22). Conch (MAFS-23).
Soft Crab (MAFS-33). $0.05 Each
Demonstrates how to select, buy and prepare seafood.

Harvest and Identification of Peeler Crabs. W.
Steven Otwell. (MAFS-26). $1.00
Describes the molting process of blue crabs using
color photographs and provides identification informa-
tion as well as locations and season, fishing methods,
handling procedures and fishing regulations related to
the soft shell fishery.

Judging Tournament Fish. W. Steven Otwell and
George H. Burgess. (MAP-24). $0.35
Contains information for judging tournament fish in-
cluding 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.


How to Order: Multiple copies of technical papers
and journal reprints are not available. Free single
copies may be ordered from: Florida Sea Grant,
Building 803, University of Florida, Gaines-
ville, FL 32611.

Shrimp Beam Trawls Design, Construction
and Operation. Bent A. Christensen and John Dor-
man. (TP-6).

Biology and Florida Fishery of the Stone Crab,
with Emphasis on Southwest Florida. Theresa
M. Bert, Richard E. Warnerand Lorin D. Kessler. (TP-9).

Chemical Attractants of the Florida Spiny Lob-
ster, Panullirus argus. Barry W. Ache, Bruce R. John-
son and Edward Clark. (TP-10).

Low-Temperature Smoked Fish Fillets: A Po-
tential New Product Form for Florida Fish. W.
Steven Otwell, John A. Koburger, and Robert L. Degner.

Consumer Acceptance of Low-Temperature
Smoked Fish Fillets. Robert L. Degner, W. Steven
Otwell, and John A. Koburger. (TP-20).

Economic Impact and Participant Character-
istics for the First Annual Greater Jackson-
ville Natural Light Kingfish Tournament. J. W.
Milon, M. J. Ellerbrock, G. L. Brinkman, and C. M.
Logan. (TP-21).

Verifying "Freshness" of Tournament Fish. W.
Steven Otwell, J. C. Deng, and Robert W. Taylor, Jr.


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

Bennet, Chipley B. and Mary A. Hood.1980. Effects of
cultural conditions on the production of Chi-
tainase by a strain of Bacillus megaterium. Devel-
opments in Industrial Microbiology 21: 357-363.

Bortone, Stephen A. and Charles L. Hollingsworth.
1980. Ageing red snapper, Lutjanus campe-
chanus, with otoliths, scales, and vertebrae.
Northeast Gulf Science 4(1): 60-63.

Bortone, Stephen A., Paul Rebnack, and David M. Sie-
gel.1981. A comparative study of Diplectrum for-
mosum and D. bivittatum (Pisces: Serranidae).
Florida Scientist 44(2): 97-103.

Cato, James C. and Fred J. Prochaska.1977. A statis-
tical and budgetary economic analysis of Flori-
da-based Gulf of Mexico red snapper-grouper
vessels by size and location, 1974-75. Marine
Fisheries Review Paper 1269: 6-14.

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

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

Craig, Alan K. 1974. Puerto Rico: Key to conserva-
tion of the Caribbean spiny lobster resource.
Food Drugs From the Sea Proc. Mayaguez, Puerto
Rico. pp. 190-194.

DeLamater, Edward D., and W. R. Courtenay, Jr. Fish
scales as seen by scanning electron micros-
copy. Flor. Sci. 37(3): 141-149.

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

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

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

DiDomenico, Dante A. and Richard L. Iverson 1977.
Uptake of Glycolic Acid by a marine bivalve. J.
Exp. Mar. Bio. Ecol. 28: 243-254.

Dobkin, Sheldon, William P. Assinaro, and Jacques van
Montfrans.1974. Culture of Macrobrachlum acan-
thurus and M. carcinus with notes on the selec-
tive breeding and hybridization of these
shrimps. Proc. Fifth Annual Meeting World Maricul-
ture Society January 21-25, 1974. Charleston, SC.

Hagwood, R. W. and S. A. Willis.1976. Cost compari-
sons of rearing larvae of freshwater shrimp,
Macrobrachlum acanthurus and M. rosen-
bergh, to juveniles. Aquaculture 7: 59-74.

Kassouny, Margaret E., John W. Nelson, Blanca I.
Laughlin and Henry C. Kaufmann.1979. Elemental
analysis of shark muscle by atomic absorp-
tion and proton beam techniques. Trace Sub-
stances in Environmental Health XIII: 181-189.

Koburger, John A., ,Richard A. Dargan and Denise L.
Langston.1979. Production of salted mince from
mullet and frames of red drum and grouper.
Proc. of Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries 5: 1-10.

Labisky, Ronald F., Douglas R. Gregory, Jr., and
Joseph A. Conti. 1980. Florida's spiny lobster
fishery: an historical perspective. Fisheries 5(4):

Menzel, Winston.1978. Selection and hybridiza-
tion in quahog clams (Mercenarla spp.) 507-521
in: Avault, James W., Jr., editor Proc. of the Eighth
Annu. Meeting World Maricul. Soc. January 1977. San
Jose, Costa Rica.

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

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

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

Menzies, Robert A. 1981. Biochemical population
genetics and the spiny lobster larval recruit-
ment problem: an update. Proc. of the 33rd Annu.
Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute. November 1980.
San Jose, Costa Rica pp. 230-243.

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

Morrison, Susan J. and David C. White.1980. Effects
of grazing by estuarine Gammaridean amphi-
pods on the microbiota of allochthonous detri-
tus. Appl. and Env. Microbio. 40(3): 659-671.

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 alu-
minum and titanium surfaces exposed to ra-
pidly flowing seawater. Appl. and Envir. Microbio.
41(6): 1442-1453.

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

Otwell, W. Steven, John A. Koburger, and R. L. Degner.
1980. Low-temperature smoking technique
opens route for new fish products. Food Product
Development November 1980 issue pp. 16-17.

Prochaska, Fred J. and James C. Cato.1980. Eco-
nomic considerations in the management of
the Florida spiny lobster fishery. Fisheries 5(4):
53-56 in Spiny Lobster Series.

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

Prochaska, Fred J. and Joel S. Williams.1979. An eco-
nomic analysis of spiny lobster production by
individual firms at optimum stock levels. Sou-
thern J. Ag. Econ. July 1978. pp. 105-109.

Santos, S. L. and J. L. Simon. 1980. Marine soft-
bottom benthos to annual catastrophic dis-
turbance in a South Florida estuary. Mar. Ecol.
Prog. Ser. 3: 347-355.

Santos, S. L. and J. L. Simon.1980. Marine soft-
bottom community establishment following
annual defaunation: larval or adult recruit-
ment? Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 2: 235-241.

Santos, Stuart L. and Stephen A. Bloom.1980. Stabil-
ity In an annually defaunated estuarine soft-
bottom community. Oecologia 46: 290-294.

Sheridan, Peter F. 1979. Three new species of Mel-
Ita (Crustacea: amphipoda), with notes on the
amphipoda fauna of the Apalachicola estuary
of Northwest Florida. Northeast Gulf Science 3(2):

Sheridan, Peter F. 1978. Food habits of the bay
anchovy, Anchoa mitchilll, in Apalachicola Bay,
Florida. Northeast Gulf Science 2(2): 126-132.

Tomaszewski, F. B., D. Toloday, R. F. Mathews, and J.
C. Deng.1979. The effect of salt, tripolyphos-
phate and sodium alginate on the texture qual-
ity of fish patties. Proc. of the 4th Annu. Tropical
and Subtropical Fisheries Tech. Conf. of the Americas
April 22-25, 1979. St. Petersburg, FL.

Touart, L. W. and S. A. Bortone.1980. The accessory
reproductive structure in the simultaneous
hermaphrodite Deplectrum blvittatum. J. Fish Biol.
16: 397-403.

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

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

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

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


How to Order: Please order 4-H publications from:
IFAS Publications, Bldg. 440, University of
Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611.

Florida 4-H Marine Science Program, Mem-
ber's Guide. Neil Crenshaw, Editor. (4-H 314).
Includes sixteen short-term projects on marine science.
Seaweeds, plankton, phytoplankton, zooplankton,
sponges, barnacles, crabs, seashells, sharks, green sea
turtle, birds, stinging animals of the sea, beach sand,
sandy beaches, beachcombing, and tides.

Field Study of the Marine Environment, Lead-
er's Guide. Neil Crenshaw. (4-H 338).
Describes how to conduct a field study of an aquatic
environment with youngsters. How to group the young-
sters, the use of some simple collecting gear, measur-
ing salinity, constructing a simple food web and sample
questions and problems that can be proposed to stimu-
late thought.

Intertidal Zone Project. Neil Crenshaw. (4-H 362).
Six field activities designed for youngsters between the
ages of 12 and 18 years. The activities include seining,
plant and algae collecting, plankton collecting, meas-
uring salinity, measuring temperature, and measuring

Life in the Sea, Member's Guide. Neil Crenshaw
and Bill Clifton. (4-H 360).
Contains seven activities: Dolphins, tide pool, mana-
tees, mollusks, seals and sea lions, coral reefs, and
penguins, that can be done by visiting an oceanarium
or through actual observations in the wild. Activities
include information and data about the animal or habi-
tat and a list of suggested readings.

Life in the Sea, Leader's Guide. (4-H 358).
Includes answers to the questions contained in the
project record, 4-H 359.

Life in the Sea, Project Record. (4-H 359).
A manual to be used in conjunction with 4-H 360 and
4-H 358. Contains questions, observations and exer-

cises to be completed by reading the member's guide
and through observations conducted while visiting an
oceanarium and/or in nature.

Starting and Maintaining a Marine Aquarium.
Compiled by Neil Crenshaw. (4-H 356).
Explains how to make an aquarium from used glass,
and how to maintain a salt water aquarium. Types of
sea water, bottom material, filters, lighting, heating,
aquarium animals, water maintenance, and potential
problems are discussed.

Starting and Maintaining a Marine Aquarium,
Project Record. (4-H 357).
A record book for maintaining a salt water aquarium.
Includes a project maintenance list and project record.

Wetlands. Neil Crenshaw. (4-H 365).
Covers basic information about salt marshes, swamps,
estuaries, and mangrove wetlands. How wetlands are
important in purifying water, as nurseries, for nutrient
supplies and as a source of protection is discussed.

Wetlands, Project Record. (4-H 366).
Contains a wetland crossword puzzle, hidden words
puzzle, and activities for youngsters to conduct in the

Fins & Scales. Neil Crenshaw. (4-H 367).
Discusses the various kinds of fins and scales that are
found on fish and how they are used by the fish. The
information is followed up with suggested hands-on


A complete set of out-of-print publications is main-
tained at Hume Library, University of Florida, and can
be used there as reference material. Also, xeroxed
copies can be obtained for a nominal fee. Address:
University of Florida
Hume Library State Documents
Gainesville, FL 32611
They are also available from:
National Sea Grant Depository
Pell Marine Science Library
University of Rhode Island
Narragansett, RI 02882
And may be borrowed through inter-library loan or
directly if the request is made on institution or business


Gasoline and Fuel Tax Exemptions Fuel
Allocations. James C. Cato. 9 pp. (SUSF-SG-73-
001). Obsolete.

Costs and Returns in Commercial Fishing,
Mullet Fishing Florida, A Case Study. C. L.
Anderson and R. H. McNutt. 4 pp. (SUSF-SG-73-002).

Crab Processing. 1. Sanitation. William E. McCul-
lough. (SUSF-SG-73-003).

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-

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. Pro-
chaska and J. C. Cato. 20 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-004).

Recent Tax Developments in Commercial Fish-
ing. James C. Cato. 5 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-005). Obsolete.

Landings, Values and Prices in Commercial
Fisheries for the Florida West Coast. J. C. Cato
and F. J. Prochaska. 73 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-003).

Recent Tax Developments in Commercial Fish-
ing. James C. Cato. 10 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-004). Obso-

Florida Shrimp: From the Sea Through the
Market. Chris 0. Andrew, Fred J. Prochaska, and
Jose Alvarez. 15 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-005).

Costs and Returns for Northern Gulf of Mexico
Commercial Red Snapper-Grouper Vessels by
Vessel Size, 1974. Fred J. Prochaska and James C.
Cato. 8 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-006).

Northwest Florida Gulf Coast Red Snapper-
Grouper Party Boat Operations. An Economic
Analysis, 1974. Fred J. Prochaska and James C.
Cato. 9 pp. (SUSF-SG-75-007).

Electronic Fish Scanning Net Fishing, Flor-
ida. Donald Y. Aska and Thomas M. Leahy. 8 pp.

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.

Landings, Values, and Prices in Commercial
Fisheries for the Florida East Coast. James C.
Cato and Fred J. Prochaska. 61 pp. (SUSF-SG-77-003).

Landings, Values, and Prices in Commercial
Fisheries for the Florida Northwest Coast.
James C. Cato and Fred J. Prochaska. 48 pp. (SUSF-

An Economic Analysis of King Mackerel Pro-
duction by Hook-and-Line on the Florida Atlan-
tic Coast. 8 pp. (MAP-1).

Production, Costs, and Earnings by Boat Size;
Florida Spanish Mackerel Fishery. James C.
Cato, R. Allen Morris and Fred J. Prochaska. 16 pp.


Reports on the Florida Sea Grant College Pro-
gram for 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976,
1977, and 1978. (Annual Reports).

Research and Information Needs of the Flor-
ida 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. 59 pp. (SGR-2).

Ft. Pierce Inlet Glossary of Inlets Report #2.
Todd L. Walton. 47 pp. (SGR-3).

A System for the Determination of Chronic
Effects of Pollutants on the Physiology and
Behavior of Marine Organisms. Robert J. Living-
ston, Claude R. Cripe, et al. 15 pp. (SGR-4).

On Maricultureof the Florida Seaweed, Eucheu-
ma Islforme. Clinton J. Dawes. 10 pp. 1974. (SGR-5).

An Indexed Bibliography of the Spiny Lobster
Family Palinuridae. P. Kanciruk and W. F. Herrn-
kind, Editors. 101 pp. (SGR-8).

Economic Structure of the Florida Shrimp
Processing Industry. Jose Alvarez, Chris 0. Andrew,
and Fred J. Prochaska. 46 pp. (SGR-9).

Conference Proceedings: Sharks and Man A
Perspective. William Seaman, Editor. 40 pp. (SGR-

The Florida Spiny Lobster Fishery: Landings,
Prices and Resource Productivity. Joel S. Willi-
ams 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 pp. (SGR-14).

Economics, Biology, and Food Technology of
Mullet. James C. Cato and William McCullough, Edi-
tors. 160 pp. (SGR-15).

Seminar Proceedings: Freshwater and the Flor-
ida Coast Southwest Florida. William Seaman,
Jr. and Richard McLean. 243 pp. (SGR-22).

Ponce de Leon Inlet Glossary of Inlets Report
No. 6. C. P. Jones and A. J. Mehta. 56 pp. (SGR-23).

Hurricanes and Coastal Storms Papers Pre-
sented at a National Conference. Earl J. Baker,
Editor. 219 pp. (SGR-33).


The Social Impact of Hurricane Eloise on Pana-
ma 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.

Proceedings Artificial Reef Workshop. Doug
Coughenower and Bob Bender. 14 pp. (TP-05).

Benefit-Cost Study of Pinellas County Artifi-
cial Reefs. Eila Hanni and Heyward H. Mathews. 47
pp. (TP-1).

Beach Nourishments in Florida and on the
Lower Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. Todd L. Walton,
Jr. 66 pp. (TP-2).

The National Flood Insurance Program Revis-
ited An Updated Model Ordinance for Imple-
mentation 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.

Short-and Long-Term Effects of Forestry Oper-
ations on Water Quality and the Biota of the
Apalachicola Estuary (North Florida, USA).
Robert J. Livingston. 409 pp. (TP-5).

Papers Presented at Beach Seminar Held Octo-
ber 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 Com-
mercial Sponges. John M. Stevely, Jerome C.
Thompson and Richard E. Warner. 45 pp. (TP-8).

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.

Development of County and Local Ordinances
Designed to Protect the Public Interest in Flor-
ida's Coastal Beaches. Frank E. Maloney and Dan
Fernandez, et al. 100 pp. (TP-11).

Fourth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fish-
eries Technological Conference of the Ameri-
cas. W. Steven Otwell and John A. Koburger. 36 pp.

Local Control Over the Onshore Impacts of
Offshore Energy Development in Florida. R. D.
Woodson, Marc J. Tannen, and John J. Corbett. 104 pp.

Protecting Coastal Waters: Model Ordinances
for Runoff Control and Sewage Disposal. Frank
E. Maloney and Bram D. E. Canter. 56 pp. (TP-14).

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).


Ache, Barry W. 19
Adams, James W. R. 9
Adams, William D. 5, 29
Alvarez, Jose 19, 27, 28
Anderson, C. L. 26
Andrew, C. 0. 19, 27, 28
Armsby, Karen A. 17
Aska, Donald Y. 6, 7, 27, 28
Assinaro, William P. 21

Baarda, J. R. 26
Baker, Earl J. 9, 29
Barcilon, Albert I. 9, 13
Barile, Diane 4
Barrick, William E. 6, 9
Bender, Bob 29
Bennett, Chipley B. 19
Benson, P. H. 22
Berkeley, Steven A. 15
Bert, Theresa M. 19, 30
Bittaker, Henry F. 11
Bloom, Stephen A. 23
Bobbie, Ronald J. 9, 22, 23
Bolton, M. E. 3
Bortone, Stephen A. 17, 20
Bortone, Mildred B. 17, 23
Boynton, W. R. 9
Brigham, John C., Jr. 29
Brinkman, G. L. 19
Bullis, Harvey R., Jr. 16
Burgess, George H. 18

Canter, Bram D. E. 7, 12, 30
Cato, James C. 15, 16, 17, 20, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29
Chen, Henry C.K. 16
Chiu, T. Y. 9, 14
Christensen, B. A. 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 19, 20
Clark, Edward 19
Clifton, Bill 24
Collier, Courtland A. 5, 6
Colwell, R. R. 13
Combs, Christopher L. 23
Conti, Joseph A. 21
Cooper, George 6
Corbett, John J. 4, 30
Coughenower, Doug 29
Coultas, C. L. 10
Courtenay, W. R., Jr. 20
Craig, Alan K. 20
Crenshaw, Neil 24, 25
Cripe, C. R. 10, 28
Cripe, J.H. 10

Dambly, Dennis C. 30
Daniels, John P. 11
Dargan, Richard A. 21
D'Asaro, Charles N. 16
Davis, John H. 5
Davis, W. M. 9, 10, 23
Dawes, Clinton J. 28
Dean, Robert G. 10, 14
Degner, Robert L. 19, 22
DeLameter, Edward D. 20
Deng, J. C. 19, 20, 23
DiDomenico, Dante A. 20
Dobkin, Sheldon 21
Dorman, John 19

Einerson, J. A. 8
Einerson, J. J. 8
Ellerbrock, M. J. 19
Eng-Wilmot, D. L. 10, 11
Escoffier, Francis F. 11
Eshaghi, Karman 6
Evink, G. L. 13

Fazio, Steven D. 9
Fernald, Edward A. 30
Fernandez, Dan 12, 30
Findlay, R. H. 9
Fisher, Jeffrey A. 2, 4
Fluet, Joseph E. 11

Gifford, Charles A. 4
Gonzalez, Marina H. 12
Gorden, Marjorie R. 1
Graham, Donald S. 11
Gregory, Douglas R., Jr.


Hagwood, R. W. 21
Halusky, Joseph G. 3, 17
Hamann, Richard G. 7, 12
Hanni, Eila 29
Hartt, William A. 11
Henke, T. E. 11
Herrnkind, W. F. 28
Hill, J. M. 11
Hitchcock, W. S. 11
Hollingsworth, Charles L.
Hood, Mary A. 19
Hunt, S. D. 5

Irby, Edwin W., Jr.
Iverson, Richard L.


Jenkins, Robert L. 17
Johnson, Bruce R. 19
Johnson, Leigh Taylor 3, 5
Jolley, John W., Jr. 15
Jones, Albert C. 16
Jones, C. P. 5,11,29
Jones, John Paul, III 30

Kanciruk, P. 28
Kassouny, Margaret E. 21
Kaufmann, Henry C. 21
Kerrigan, James M. 22
Kessler, Lorin D. 19, 30
King, John D. 12,13,23
Koburger, John A. 15, 19, 21, 22, 30
Kobylinski, G. J. 12
Koenig, Christopher C. 12
Kojima, H. 5

Labisky, Ronald F. 21
Landau, Matthew 3
Landrum, Paul D. 17
Langston, Denise L. 21
Lau, Joseph P. 9
Lawlor, Frank J. 15
Laughlin, Blanca L. 21
Leahy, Thomas M. 1,6,
Lehmann, Lucille 7
Livingston, R. J. 10, 12
Logan, C.M. 19
Lott, D. F. 22
Lowry, Billie H. 1

8, 27, 29, 30

,28, 29, 30

Maloney; Frank E. 7, 12,30
Martin, Barbara 12
Martin, D. F. 10,11, 12
Martz, R. F. 22
Mathews, Heyward H. 8, 29
Matthews, R. F. 20, 23
McCoy, Leslie F., Jr. 12
McCollough, William E. 26,29
McLean, Richard 29
McNutt, R. H. 26
Meeter, D. A. 12
Mehta, A.J. 5,8, 11,13,29
Menzel, R. W. 21
Menzies, Robert A. 21, 22
Miller, Christopher 13
Miller, Sarah Jane 30
Milon, J.W. 19
Morris, F. W. IV 7
Morris, R. Allen 16, 28
Morrison, Susan J. 9, 13, 22
Myers, Vernon B. 11, 13

Nelson, John W. 21
Nickels, Janet S. 9, 13, 22, 23

O'Donn'ell, Anthony J. 12
Oesterling, J. L. 13, 15
O'Hara, Norbert W. 3
Orthoefer, F. T. 22
Otwell, Steven W. 15, 17, 18, 19, 22, 30

Parchure, T. M. 5
Paredes, J. Anthony 13, 29
Parrish, Anthony R., Jr. 12
Pfeffer, Richard L. 29
Prochaska, Fred J. 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28

Rao, P. V. 8
Rebnack, Paul 20
Reinders, James M. 12
Rubin, Hillel 13

Santos, S. L. 22, 23
Sayler, G. S. 13
Seaman, William 28, 29
Sensabaugh, W. A. 5, 6, 26
Sheridan, Peter F. 23
Siegel, David M. 20
Simon, J. L. 22, 23
Sitarz, Walter A. 1
Skinner, Thomas C. 4
Smith, Donald D. 29
Smith, G. A. 9
Snyder, R. M. 9
Stevely, John M. 30

Tait, Stan 8
Tam, C.K.W. 13
Tannen, Marc J. 30
Taylor, Cecile W. 12
Taylor, Robert W., Jr. 19
Thomas, R. 13
Thompson, Jerome C. 30
Thompson, N. P. 12
Toloday, D. 23
Tomaszewski, F. B. 23
Touart, L. W. 23
Turbeville, Joseph E. 14

van Montfrans, Jack 21

Walby, Karen 30
Walton, Raymond 14, 28
Walton, Todd L., Jr. 4,6,7, 10, 11, 13, 14,28,29,30

Warner, Richard E. 19, 23, 30
Watson, C. M. 20
White, David C. 9, 10, 11, 13, 14,22,23,29
Williams, Joel S. 22, 23, 27, 28
Willis, S.A. 21

Wolfe, Richard S. 6
Woodson, R. D. 4, 30

Yang, M. C. K. 23

Zeh, T.A. 5,13


Acidic polysaccharide 12
Alga 10, 11, 12
Allochthonous plant litter 13
Anchoa mitchilli 23
Anchors 2
Annual reports 1,28
Anthropologists 13
Apalachicola Bay 9,11, 13,2
Aponin 12
Aquaculture 16
Aquarium 25
Aquasol 11
Aquatic animal medicine 17
Artificial Reefs 4, 6, 7, 8, 29
Atomic absorption 21

, 22

!3, 29, 30

Bacillus megaterium 19
Bacteria 15
Bathymetric 11
Bay County 30
Beach access 4, 12
nourishment 29
Beaches 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 29, 30
Beachfront construction 6
Beam trawls 19
Bibliographies 17, 28
Big Carlos Pass 5
Big Hickory Pass 5
Biomass 9,10,11,22,23
Biosynthesis 14
Blind Pass 5
Blue Crab 13, 25, 17, 18
Boating safety 1, 2
Breakwaters 4
Buoy 8

Canal systems 7, 9
Captiva Island 30
Caribbean 20, 22
Channel design 10
Clam mariculture 21
Coastal construction 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 14, 19, 22, 26
design 6, 7, 10
engineering 14
history notes 7
information 4, 5, 6, 7
stablilzation 7
zone 5, 9
Coastal News Reprints 3
Coastal Storms 29

Cold Water 2
Commercial fisheries 15,
fishermen 26
Conch 18
Conferences 6, 7, 8, 16,
Costs and returns 22
Crab processing 26
soft 17, 18
blue 13, 25, 17, 18
Crassostrea 21
Crustacea: amphipoda 2
Cytolitic activity 12

Detrital 9, 10, 14
Diplectrum formosum 21
vivittatum 20, 23
Directory 1
Diving 2
DNA 12
Dunes 4, 7, 9

,16,17, 18, 19,22,27,30

17 28,29,30

Ecology 9,11,12,28
Economics 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22,
23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30
Education 1
Electronic fish scanning 27
Eloise 9,29
Energy 4, 29
Environmental information 7, 13, 24, 28, 30
Epibenthic 12
Estuarine 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 22, 23, 30
detritus 14, 22
microbiota 9, 13, 22
model 9
Eucheuma isiforme 28

Ferromagnetic sorbent system
Finfish 18
Fins 24
Fish facts 18
scales 20
Floating tire breakwaters
Florida 4-H 24
Florida Sea Grant Program
Fluorometric determination

Gammaridean amphipods
Forestry operations 30
Fort Pierce Inlet 28
Freshwater 29



Gammaridean amphipods 22
Glycolic acid 20
Gomphosphaeria aponina 10, 11, 12, 17
Grouper 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27
Gulf Stream 3
Gymnodinium breve 11, 12, 17

Hurricane 1, 2, 3, 9, 13, 14, 29
Eloise 9,29
resistant construction 4
Hydrodynamic modeling 20
Hydraulics 10

Ichthyotoxicity 12
Inlets 5, 10, 11, 13, 14,28,29
Intertidal zone 10, 24

John's Pass 5
Judging 18

Key West 30
King mackerel 19, 22, 27

Land management 30
Land use controls 29
Landsat 11
Lipid 14,23
Littoral drift 13, 24, 28, 29
roses 14
Longline gear 15
Lugworm 16
Lutjanidae 17, 20

Mackerel 18, 22, 27, 28
Macrobrachium acanthurus 21
Manatee 18
Mariculture 21,28
Marinas 3, 6, 7, 8
Marine Education 3, 4, 24
Marketing 16
Marsh system 10
Matanzas Inlet 5

Melita 23
Mercenaria spp. 21
Microfouling 10, 22
Mirex 10
Mugil cephalus 20
Muramic acid 11

National flood insurance 30
Nets 20, 27
New Pass 5
Newsletter 3

Offshore energy development 4, 30
Oil spill recovery 14
Ordinances 30
Organochlorine residues 12
Outer bar storage 14
Oysters 15, 18, 21

Palinuridae 28
Panama City 29
Panulirus argus 19, 23
Peeler crabs 18
Periodicals 3
Phytoplankton productivity 13
Pinellas County 29
Plants 7
Pollutants 28
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) 13
Poly-B-hydroxy-butyrate 13
Ponce de Leon Inlet 29
Port Canaveral Inlet 5
Pregnancy 2, 3
Preservation 8
Proton beam 21
Puerto Rico 20
Pulp mill effluents 12

Quahog clams 21

Rancidity 20, 22
Radiocarbon 11
Recreation businesses 30
Red drum 21
Red snapper 20, 27
Redtide 10, 11, 12
Reefs 4

Regulatory management programs
Research organizations 3
Residential waterfront 5, 7, 9
Revetments 5
Rip currents 13
Rookery Bay 10
Runoff control 30

26, 30

Salt tolerant plants 6, 9
Salted mince 21
Sand transport 12
Sand trapping 10
Scales 20, 25
Scuba 2, 3
Sea Bass 17
Seafood 15, 17, 18
Seawall design 5, 6
Seaweed 28
Sebastian Inlet 28
Sediment transport 10, 13
Seminars 29,20
Serranidae 17, 20, 29
Setback line 6, 12
Sharks 18, 21, 28
Shore protection 3
Shrimp 18, 19, 21,27, 28
processing 19, 28
Sikes Cut 5
Smoked fish fillets 19, 22
Smoking 2, 22
Snapper-Grouper 16, 17
Social impact 29
Soft crab 17, 18
Spanish mackerel 28
Spiny lobster 17, 19, 20, 21, 22,23, 27, 28, 30
Sponges 30
Squid 18
St. George Inlet 5
St. Lucie Inlet 28
St. Mary's Entrance 5
Stabilization 5, 7, 9
Steel (1018) 11
Stochastic design 10
Stone crab 17.19, 30
Stormwater runoff 12
Swordfish 15

Teleostean fishes
Tournament fish
Transverse bars


18, 19

Trawls 19, 20
Trinectes 20
Tripolyphosphate 23

Vegetation 5, 6, 7, 9

Waste management 17
Walkover structures 4
Weather 1,2, 3, 14, 29
Wetlands 9, 10, 24
Workshops 29

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Modeling the Apalachicola System. Carol Connor, Ann
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Economic Returns in Operating Florida Atlantic Coast
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Sail-Assisted Commercial Marine Vehicles Bibliography
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Eighth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries
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Florida Sea Grant College is supported by award of the Office of
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Department of Commerce, grant number NA80OAA-D-00038, under
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gram which functions as a component of the Florida Cooperative
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Department of Commerce, and Boards of County Commissioners,
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College is an Equal Employment Opportunity-Affirmative Action
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