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Grant has produced the listed publications. Most publications still in print
may be obtained free on a single copy basis. Write for price information on
multiple copies.

Other publications, with prices indicated in the listings, are "For Sale


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Gainesville, FL 32611

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add 5% sales tax.

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"The World of Florida Sea Grant". Florida Sea Grant College Program, Biennial
Report 1980 and 1981.Tom Leahy and Billie Lowry.(SGR-50).

"Discovery". Florida Sea Grant College Program Biennial Report 1982 and 1983.
Tom Leahy and Billie Lowry. (SGR-70).
Discusses research projects, education, and marine advisory program of
the Florida Sea Grant College. A program summary, publications, and list of
principal investigators and projects are also included.


"Hurricane Survival: Family Action Guidelines".(MAP-12).
Describes actions to take before, during and after a hurricane to
increase survival rates and decrease property destruction. Includes a
hurricane tracking chart, a list of emergency phone numbers and special
instructions for residents of mobile homes and high-rise buildings.

Florida Sea Grant Program Directory. (SGEB-1).
Lists all personnel involved in the Florida Sea Grant College Program,
the Sea Grant Extension Program, and Coastal County Extension Directors. Also
includes list of principal investigators and brief descriptions of research


Florida Marine Advisory Program. (MAFS-4).
A brochure on what the Marine Advisory Program is and what it does. (The
name of this program is now the Florida Sea Grant Extension Program (SGEP).

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

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

Cold Water -- Staying Alive at Low Temperatures. (MAFS-12).
Information regarding survival techniques in cold water situations.

Application of Anchors and Anchoring Theory. Jeff Fisher. (MAFS-17).
Describes different types of anchors and rigging methods and includes
information on site selection and other pertinent facts.

Hurricane and Severe Weather Checklist for Boaters. (MAFS-24).
Contains information related to safety precautions for boaters and provides a
checklist of steps to take as security measures.

Getting Your Feet Wet. (MAFS-29).
Answers basic questions about scuba diving.

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

Florida Sea Grant College Program. 1981. (MAFS-31).
Provides information about the Florida Sea Grant and Marine Advisory Programs.

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

The Gulf Stream -- Locating It off Florida's Coast. (MAFS-34).
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.

Saltwater Fishing Piers in Florida. D.Y. Aska, ed. (MAFS-36).
Lists Florida's 61 public saltwater fishing piers. Includes location,
addresses, phone numbers, facilities, operating hours, availability of
supplies such as tackle, bait, ice, etc., and user fee.

"Hurricane Survival: Family Action Guidelines." (SGEF-1).
Describes actions to take before, during and after a hurricane to increase
survival rates and decrease property destruction. Includes a list of emergency
phone numbers and special instructions for residents of mobile homes and high-
rise buildings.


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


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

Coastal News Reprints
A monthly compilation of clippings from Florida newspapers concerning the
ocean and coast.



Florida Marine Education Resources Bibliography. Marjorie R. Gordon and Leni
L. Bane. (SGR-51). $3.00
Lists nearly 500 documents, all of which are available from the author or
publisher. Subject areas include not only marine biology and oceanography,
but also literature, the arts, engineering, etc. Each item is annotated with
information on subject, grade level and applica tion (e.g., laboratory, field
project, etc.). Some materials are specific to unique Florida coastal and
marine features, such as mangroves, but others deal with more general topics.


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

Marine Education -- K-12. Marjorie R. Gordon. (MAP-17).
Provides information on finding funds and opportunities for K-12 marine
educacation resources, courses, and activities.

Man Meets Coast A Game of Coastal Issues. Diane Barile. (MAP-26). $3.00
An educational game for 30 to 75 players who assume new identities to explore
and resolve various coastal issues facing their fictitious community. For both
adults and junior-senior high school students, the game proceeds from neigh-
borhood meetings to meetings of common interest groups (e.g., fishermen,
developers, conservationists, tourists, etc.) and concludes in a county
commission hearing to decide policies regarding such common issues as fishing
in canals, dredging of a ship channel, and coastal water supply regulations.

Marine Education and Research Organizations in Florida. Thomas M. Leahy, Ed.
A compilation of educational and research organizations in Florida
with programs in the marine sciences. Includes addresses, phone numbers and
descriptions of facilities and programs.



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

Stablilization of Beaches and Dunes by vegetation in Florida. John H. Davis.
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-
Matanzas Inlet. A. J. Mehta and C. P. Jones. (SGR-21).
Sikes Cut. T. A. Zeh. (SGR-35)
Big Hickory Pass, New Pass, and Big Carlos Pass. C. P. Jones (SGR-37).
St. George Inlet. H. Kojima and S. D. Hunt. (SGR-38).
Port Canaveral Inlet. S. D. Hunt.
St. Marys Entrance. T. M. Parchure.
Clearwater Pass. Robert J. Newman.
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 Construction 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 beach-
front construction, and criteria for evaluating variances that will uphold the
purpose and philosophy of the CCSBL law whenever construction seaward of the
CCSBL is justified.

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

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

Seawall Design on Open Coast. Todd L. Walton, Jr. and William Sensabaugh.
This report is intended to provide insight into effects which seawalls have
on the beach system, and proper design considerations for seawall construction
on the open coast. The main emphasis is toward anchored seawalls since most
seawalls on the open coast are of this type.

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 regulatory controls to which a marina construction project
in Florida is subject.

Artificial Reefs: Conference Proceedings. Edited by Donald Y. Aska. (SGR-41).
Proceedings of a conference held September 13-15, 1979, in Daytona Beach,

Residential Canals and Canal Networks: Design and Evaluation. F. W. Morris,
IV. (SGR-43). $5.00.
Prepared for design engineers, developers, and regulatory agency personnel
interested in either designing new canal systems or rehabilitating existing
ones. It describes canal hydrodynamics and dispersion, guidelines for canal
design, site surveys, canal design elements, and a procedure for evaluating
an existing or proposed canal network.

A Handbook for Economic Analysis of Coastal Recreation projects. J. W. Milon
and Grace Jones. (SGR-45). $2.00.
Prepared for recreation planners and administrators with little or no
training in economics to provide a basic understanding of economic principles
as they apply to outdoor coastal recreation activities.

Legal Aspects of Recreational Marina Operations in Florida. Richard G. Hamann
and Bram D. E. Canter, (SGR-46). $2.00.
Topics covered in this report include tort liability, bailments, admiralty
law, charter service, marine insurance, maritime liens, wrecked and derelict
vessels, and oil spill and pollution control. Gives guidance to marina
operators in recognizing and avoiding potential legal difficulties.

Dune Restoration and Revegetation Manual. Jack Salmon, Don Henningsen, and
Thomas McAlpin. (SGR-48). $2.00.
Generally applicable to the Gulf of Mexico and Southeastern Atlantic
states, this manual focuses on dunes in the pioneer or sea oat zone closest
to the waves. Designed to serve both the private property owner and the local
government official, it includes information related to both large and small

The Prediction of Hurricane Storm Surges. D. Lee Harris. (SGR-49). $1.00.
A state-of-the-art survey, the purpose of this report is to encourage and
assist nonmeteorologists in making use of available technology. Although some
of it is technical in nature, the non-specialist is able to gain an under-
standing of the problems, involved in the prediction of coastal floods.

Resource Atlas of the Apalachicola Estuary. Robert J. Livingston. (SGR-55).
This 64-page, four-color atlas represents a synthesis of the available
knowledge about the Apalachicola Bay as a natural ecosystem and is the result
of many years of research. Beautifully illustrated, it contains many charts,
graphs, maps and line drawings. (This publication is available only from
Florida Resource and Environmental Data Center, 361 Bellamy Bldg., Florida
State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306.)

Evaluation of Existing and Potential Hurricane Shelter. Byron D. Spangler and
Christopher P. Jones. (SGR-68). $3.00.
This report presents a methodology for the structural evaluation of
hurricane shelters situated in areas subject to hurricane forces. Developed
during a study done in the Florida Keys (Monroe County), researchers collected
data and evaluated existing structures designated as hurricane shelters by the
Monroe County Civil Defense Office. Includes information on resistance of
shelters to storm forces, wind forces, water forces, debris effects along with
two case studies, findings and recommendations. Although this research took
place in Monroe County, Florida, it can be used as a model for other commu-


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

Hurricane-Resistant Construction for Homes. Todd L. Walton, Jr. (MAP-16).
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. Walton, Jr. and Thomas C. Skinner.
Formerly SUSF-SG-76-006. Information and instructions 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).
Discusses environmental, economic and social impacts onshore of offshore
energy development and the legal alternatives and options available to local

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

The Beach -- A Natural Protection From the Sea. William M. Sensabaugh.
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. Christoper 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 avail-

Mangroves: A Guide for Planting and Maintenance. John Stevely and Larry
Rabinowitz. (MAP-25).
An 8-page bulletin on the biology of mangroves including information con-
cerning the ecological importance and identification of species as well as
guidelines to planting seedlings, transplanting, air-layering and pruning.

Deterioration and Repair of Timber and Concrete Pilings. Christopher P. Jones.
First in a series of bulletins intending to acquaint marina operators with
common engineering problems they may face, the causes, and ways to solve these

Artificial Fishing Reefs-Materials and Construction. Heyward Mathews. (MAP-
Describes the materials and construction for bottom reefs, mid-water reefs,
and surface attractors. It compares effectiveness, acquisition and costs of
different types of low-density and high-density reef materials. Includes nine
photographs and designs.

Atlas of Artificial Reefs in Florida. Donald Y. Aska and Donald W. Pybas.
(MAP-30). $2.00.
This 16-page atlas is a revised and updated version of MAP-9, Recreational
Use Reefs in Florida--Artificial and Natural. It shows the locations of 173
artificial reefs off the Florida coasts. Reef locations are given by lon-
gitude-latitude coordinates. Loran-C coordinates and distances from the
nearest land. Reef depths and the type materials each reef is made from are
listed also. Natural reefs are not included.

Directory of Organizations and Persons Concerned with Artificial Reefs in
Florida. Donald Y. Aska. (SGEB-2).
Updated version of MAFS-35 (same title). A compilation of persons and
organizations concerned with the design, permitting, construction, spon-
sorship, assessment, administration and management of artificial reefs
in Florida; it includes the names and addresses of numerous federal, state,
and local government agencies, institutions, private groups and individuals.

Artificial Reefs: Permit Application Guidelines. Heyward Mathews. (SGEB-4).
Outlines procedures to follow related to artificial reef construction permits.
Discusses site selection, biological reports and the joint U.S. Army Corps and
Florida D.E.R. Application Form. Includes two sample biological reports and
the locations and addresses of permitting agencies.


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

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

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

Artificial Reef Site Selection and Evaluation. Heyward Mathews. (MAFS-20).
Tells how to select a proper site for an artificial reef. Includes informa-
tion related to the distance and depth offshore, substrate, reef permitting
and biological reports.

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


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, Gainesville, FL 32611.

Marine-Related Recreation Businesses and Public Facilities in Bay County,
FL. Edward A. Fernald, Karen Walby, Sarah Jane Miller and John Paul Jones III.


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Christensen, B.A., "Development of an index for the sensitivity of Florida's
coastal aquifers to saltwater intrusion," ASCE, Florida Section, Ocala,
Florida, 1981.

Christensen, B.A. and H. Rubin, "On the sensitivity of Florida's coastal
aquifers to saltwater intrusion," Proceedings of Symposium on Florida
Hydrogeology, Northwest Florida Water Management District, Tallahassee,
Florida, 1981.

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

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

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

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

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

Davis, William M. and David C. White. 1980. Fluorometric determination of
Adenosine Nucleotide derivatives as measures of the microfouling, detrital,
and sedimentary microbial biomass and physiological status. Appl. and Env.
Microbio. 40(3): 536-538.

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

Dugan, Patricia J. and Robert J. Livingston. 1982. Long-term variation of
macro-invertebrate assemblages in Apalachee Bay, Florida. Est., Coastal and
Shelf Science 14: 391-403.

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

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

Eng-Wilmot, D.L., W. S. Hitchcock, and D. F. Martin. 1977. Effect of tem-
perature on the proliferation of Gymnodinium breve and Gomphosphaeria aponina.
Marine Biol. 41: 71-77.

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

Fazio, Steven A., et al. 1982. Estimations of uronic acids as quantita-
tive measures of extracellular and cell wall polysaccharide polymers from
environmental samples. App. and Envir. Microbiol. 43(5): 1151-1159.

Federle, Thomas W. and David C. White. 1982. Preservation of estuarine
sediments for lipid analysis of biomass and community structure of microbiota.
Appl. and Env. Microbiol. 45(1): 58-63.

Findlay, Robert H. and David C. White. 1983. Poymeric beta-hydroxyalkanoates
from environmental samples and Bacillus megaterium. Appl. and Envir.
Microbiol. 45(1): 71-78.

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, William H., and Philip E. Martin. 1981. The environmental deterioration
of concrete construction: an emerging problem in South Florida. Fla. Env. and
Urban Issues. January 1981: 10-14.

Hartt, Wm. A., Jos. E. Fluet, and T. E. Henke. 1976. Air fatigue of notched
1018 steel in the endurance limit range. Metallurg. Trans. A, V7A: 1341-1345.

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

Hicks, James W., Jr. and Harry Hollien. 1983. Diver navigation by sound. Sea
Tech. Mag. March, 1983.

Hill, J.M. and D.S. Graham. 1980. Using enhanced landsat images for cal-
ibrating real-time estuarine 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 14-CNaHC03. Limnol. and Oceanog. 21(5): 756-758.

Jones, Christopher P. 1980. Inlet and bypassing systems in Florida. Shore and
Beach 48(1): 25-34.

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

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

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

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

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

Livingston, R.J. 1977. Time as a factor in biomonitoring estuarine systems
with reference to benthic macrophytes and epibenthic fishes and invertebrates.
ASTM STP 607: 212-234.

Livingston, Robert J. 1979. Multiple factor interactions and stress in
coastal systems: review of experimental approaches and field implications.
Mar. Pollution: Functional Responses, pp. 389-414.

Livingston, R.J., N. P. Thompson and D. A. Meeter. 1978. Long-term varia-
tion of organochlorine residents and assemblages of epibenthic organisms in a
shallow north Florida (USA) estuary. Mar. Bio. 46: 355-372.

Livingston, Robert J., et al, 1976. Avoidance responses of estuarine organisms
to stormwater runoff and pulp mill effluents. Estuarine Processes, Vol, uses
stresses and adaptation to the estuary. Academic Press, NY. pp. 313-331.

Maloney, B.M.S. and R. J. Livingston. 1982. Seasonal fluctuations of
benthic macrofauna in the Apalachicola Estuary, Florida, U.S.A.: the role of
predation. Mar. Biol. 69: 207-213.

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

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

Maloney, Frank E., R. G. Hamann, and B. D. E. Canter. 1980. Stormwater
runoff control: a model ordinance for meeting local water quality management
needs. Natural Resources Journal 20: 714-764.

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

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

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

McFarlane, R. Bruce and Robert J. Livingston. 1983. Effects of acidified
water on the locomotor behavior of the Gulf Killifish, Fundulus grandis: A
time series approach. Arch. Env. Contam, Toxicol. 12: 163-168.

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

Mehta, A.J. 1983. Characterization tests for cohesive sediments. Proc.
of the Conf. on Frontiers in Hydraulic Eng. ASCE, Cambridge, MA. pp. 79-84.

Mehta, A.J., J. Weckman, and B. A. Christensen. 1981. Sediment Management
in Coastal Marinas: A case study. pp. 83-90 in: Proc. of the International
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Mehta, A.J. and B. A. Christensen, 1979. Incipient sediment motion in
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Mehta, A.J. and T. A. Zeh 1980. Influence of a small inlet in a large bay.
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Miller, Christoper and Albert Barcilon. 1976. The dynamics of the littoral
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Morrison, S.J. et al. 1977. Evidence for microfloral succession on
allochthonous plant litter in Apalachicola Bay, Florida, USA. Mar. Bio.
41: 229-240.

Morrison, Susan J., and David C. White. 1980. Effects of grazing by estuarine
gammaridean amphipods on the microbiota of allochthonous ditritus. Appl. and
Env. Microbiol. 40(3); 659-671.

Myers, V.B., and R. L. Iverson. 1977. Aspects of nutrient limitation of
the phytoplankton productivity in the Apalachicola Bay system. pp. 67-74 in:
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Nickels, Janet S., John D. King, and David C. White. 1979. Poly-B-
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Nickels, J.S., R. J. Bobbie, D. F. Lott, R. F. Martz, P. H. Benson,
and D. C. White. 1981. Effect of manual brush cleaning on biomass and
community structure of microfouling film formed on aluminum and titanium
surfaces exposed to rapidly flowing seawater. Appl. and Env. Microbiol.
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Nickels, Janet S., Ronald J. Bobbie, Robert F. Martz, Glen A. Smith,
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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 Atlantic Ocean. Edited by Harvey R. Bullis, Jr. and Albert C. Jones.
(SGR-17). $5.00
Proceedings of a conference held October 16, 1975, at the Gulf States Marine
Fisheries Commission Meeting in Pensacola Beach, Florida.

An Economics Profile of Florida Commercial Fishing Firms: Fishermen,
Commercial Activities and Financial Considerations. Fred J. Prochaska and
James C. Cato. (SGR-19). $0.30
An economic survey of firms, fishermen and the gear and investments employed
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Primary Economic Impact of the Florida Commercial Fishing Sector. Fred J.
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Identifies the quantity and value of commercial marine landings for
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Economic Impact of the Processing and Marketing of Commercial Florida Marine
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An Indexed Bibliography of Snapper (Lutjanidae) and Grouper-Sea Bass
(Serranidae) Biology. Stephen A. Bortone, Karen A. Armsby, and Mildred B.
Bortone, Editors. (SGR-30). $5.00
A comprehensive list of snapper-grouper information sources for commercial and
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Development of a Soft Crab Fishery in Florida. W. Steven Otwell, James C. Cato
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Provides information on the development, processes, market potential, etc., of
soft crabs. Contains numerous photos, tables, graphs and a glossary of common
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Aquatic Animal Medicine: A State of the Art. Robert L. Jenkins and Joseph G.
Halusky, Editors. (SGR-32). $2.00
Proceedings of a conference held April 25, 1979, sponsored jointly by
the International Association for Aquatic Animal Medicine, Florida Sea Grant
College and Marine Advisory Program.

The Florida Blue Crab Industry: Landings, Prices and Resource Productivity.
Paul D. Landrum and Fred J. Prochaska. (SGR-34).
A compilation of published statistics and analyses of trends in landings,
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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,

Spiny Lobster, Stone Crab and Secondary Fishery Costs and Revenues in the
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An analysis of production, costs, and revenues by boat size for the mul-
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The Economic Impact and Valuation of Saltwater Recreational Fisheries in
Florida. Frederick W. Bell, Philip E. Sorensen, and Vernon R. Leeworthy. (SGR-
47). $3.00
Reports on the economic and social importance of Florida's saltwater on
marine recreational fisheries. Includes facts and figures related to the
economic impact of saltwater recreational fishing on the state in terms of
income, employment, wages and taxes generated; estimates the value of a
"recreational day"; and provides a demographic and economic profile of both
residents and tourists who use Florida's saltwater fisheries for recreation.

Employment and Sales Characteristics of Florida's Recreational Boating
Industry. J. Walter Milon and Pamela H. Riddle. (SGR-52).
The first in a series of three reports examining the economic characteristics
of the five sectors in the marine recreation industry, this report describes
the growth of boat manufacturing and boating retail trade in Florida during the
period 1970-1981. Trends in sales, employment and the number of firms in the
sector are presented along with more detailed socioeconomic information on the
boating retail market in Florida and the wage structure. 36 pp.

Financial Structure and Performance of Florida's Recreational Marinas and
Boatyards. J. Walter Milon, Gary Wilkowske, George L. Brinkman. (SGR-53).
Second in the series, this report presents the results of a survey of
Florida's private and public marinas conducted during June 1981 to March
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Economic Impact of Marine Recreational Boating on the Florida Economy. J.
Walter Milon, David Mulkey, Pamela H. Riddle, and Gary H. Wilkowske. (SGR-54).
Third in the series, this report provides input, employment, and sales
information. Although it was written principally for members of the marine
recreation industry, governmental agencies as well as academic institutions
may also find the information useful. No specialized training in economics is
needed to understand the information presented.

Apalachicola Oyster Industry: Conference Proceedings. Scott Andree. (SGR-57).
This report documents the presentations and discussions of a conference held
October 6-7, 1982, in Apalachicola, Florida. The objectives of the conference
were to: (1) summarize the current research information on Apalachicola Bay,
with its application to the oyster industry, (2) assess future management,
research and industry needs to insure oyster productivity in Apalachicola Bay,
and (3) provide a forum for discussion between researchers and representatives
of state agencies and industry to address current and future industry prob-

International Conference on Sail-Assisted Commercial Fishing Vessels:
Proceedings. John W. Shortall III, NA and Billie Lowry. (SGR-58). $10.00
A collection of 25 papers accepted for presentation at the International
Conference on Sail-Assisted Commercial Fishing Vessels held at Tarpon Springs,
FL on May 16-18, 1983, this publication contains numerous graphs, charts,
figures and illustrations. Fourteen states and 13 foreign countries were
represented at the conference. Several other papers not included in this
volume will be published in the final proceedings to be printed in the near

A Methodology for Estimating the Economic Impact of Sportfishing Tournaments.
Michael J. Ellerbrock and J. Walter Milon. (SGR-59).
Discusses objectives, personnel and computational needs, survey design,
sample selection, survey distribution and collections, data analysis,
multiplier effects, report of findings, and methodological limitations.

International Conference on Sail-Assisted Commercial Fishing Vessels:
Proceedings Volume II. John W. Shortall III, NA. (SGR-60). $8.00
Volume II of the proceedings of the International Conference on Sail-
Assisted Commercial Fishing Vessels held at Tarpon Springs, FL on May 15-18,
1983, this publication includes papers not available for Volume I along with
other related reports not presented at the conference. Numerous graphs,
charts, figures, photographs and illustrations are included.

Initial Development of a Deep-Sea Crab Fishery in the Gulf of Mexico.
W. Steven Otwell, Jeffrey Bellairs and Donald Sweat. (SGR-61).
Discusses the potential of a new crab fishery in the Gulf of Mexico.
Describes demonstration project completed by the Gulf and South Atlantic
Fisheries Development Foundation, Inc. and the Florida Sea Grant College
Program, including recommendations. Covers methodology, literature review,
fishing demonstrations, handling and processing and marketing attributes.

Contaminants in Florida's Coastal Zone. Joseph J. Delfino, Dinah L. Frazier
and Janis L. Nepshinsky. (SGR-62). $4.00
A summary of a workshop held April 5-6, 1984 which served as an open forum
to discuss coastal contamination issues and provide recommendations. Included
in the publication are papers and discussions concerning policy, biology and
ecosystems, chemistry, literature review and others, along with a workshop
agenda and a list of participants.

Bibliography of Benthic Studies in the Coastal and Estuarine Areas of Florida.
Selvakumaran Mahadevan, Jay Sprinkel, Douglas Heatwole and Donna Wooding.
(SGR-66). $12.00
A review and annotated bibliography of benthic studies in the coastal and
estuarine areas of Florida with a selected compilation of world-wide benthic
methodological references and Southeastern United States benthic taxonomic


Small Boat Longlining for Swordfish on Florida's East Coast: An Economic
Analysis. James C. Cato and Frank J. Lawlor. (MAP-15).
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).
Formerly SUSF-SG-76-003. Life history of the blue crab in Florida waters
including migrational trends revealed as a result of a research project
involving tagging and recapture of the crabs. Included are maps showing
release sites, recapture locations, numbers of crabs involved, and time

Oyster Production: Plant Workers. W. Steven Otwell. (MAP-21).
Provides guidelines regarding the proper handling of oysters for persons
involved in the oyster industry. Includes sanitation methods.

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

Judging Tournament Fish. W. Steven Otwell and George H. Burgess. (MAP-24).
Contains information for judging tournament fish including species iden-
tification, weight requirements, sensory assessments, and objective tests such
as use of the Torreymeter. Illustrations of game fish are included to aid in
species identification.

Economic Returns in Operating Florida Atlantic Coast Charter and Party Boats,
1980-81. Keri H. Taylor, Fred J. Prochaska, and James C. Cato. (MAP-28).
Provides individual charter boat and party boat owners/captains with basic
economic information with which they can compare their own operations and also
compare the economic characteristics of the charter boat industry on the north
and south Florida Atlantic coasts.


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

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

Fish Facts for Florida Consumers. (Series of 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).
Demonstrates how to select, buy and prepare seafood.

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


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, Gainesville, FL 32611.

Sailing Fishing Vessels Engineering Economic Analysis: An Interactive Basic
Computer Program. John W. Shortall III. (TP-25).

Eighth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference.
January 11-13, 1983. W. Steven Otwell and John A. Koburger, Eds. (TP-26).

Current Activities and Research Needs in Marine Economics for the Gulf and
South Atlantic States. January 24-25, 1983. James C. Cato and B. J. Copeland,
Chairmen. (TP-27).

Sail-Assisted Commercial Marine Vehicles: Bibliography and Abstracts. March
1983. John Shortall III, N.A. (TP-28).


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

Bennett, X., Chipley B. and Mary A. Hood. 1980. Effects of cultural condi-
tions on the production of Chitainase by a strain of Bacillus megaterium.
Developments in industrial Microbiology 21: 357-363.

Berkeley, Steven A. and Edward D. Houde. 1984. Age determination of broadbill
swordfish, Xiphias gladius, from the Straits of Florida, using anal fin spine
sections. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Age Determination of
Oceanic Pelagic Fishes: Tunas, Billfishes and Sharks. NOAA Tech. Rep. NMFS 8:

Berkeley, Steven A. 1981. Construction and operation of longline gear for
artisinal fishermen. Proc. Gulf and Carib. Fish. Inst. 34: 180-187.

Berkeley, Steven A. and Edward D. Houde. 1981. Population parameter estimates
and catch-effort statistics in the broadbill swordfish, (Xiphias gladius)
fishery of the Florida Straits. ISES. C.M. 1981/H:35. Pelagic Fish Committee.

Berkeley, Steven A. and Edwin W. Irby, Jr. 1982. Analysis of catch, effort and
landing data in the swordfish longline fishery of the Florida Straits. ICES
C.M. 1982/H: 53. Pelagic Fish Committee.

Bohnsack, James A. 1982. Effects of piscivorous predator removal on coral reef
fish community structure. Gutshop 1981: Fish Food Habits Studies. Washington
Sea Grant Publication, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. pp. 258-

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

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

Brownell, Willard N. and John M. Stevely. 1981. The biology, fisheries, and
management of the Queen Conch, Strombus Gigas. Mar. Fish. Rev. 43(7): 1-12.

Cato, James C. 1982. Policy issues in developing recreational fisheries: A
focus on marinas and sovereign lands. Proc. Gulf and Carib. Fish. Inst. 35th
Annual Session, November 1982. pp. 189-196.

Cato, James C. and Fred J. Prochaska. 1980. Economic management concepts in
small-scale spiny lobster fisheries. Proc. 33rd Gulf and Carib. Fish. Inst.
pp. 301-321.

Cato, James C. and Fred J. Prochaska. 1977. A statistical and budgetary
economic analysis of Florida-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): 4-13.

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

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

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

DeLamater, Edward D., and W. R. Courtenay, Jr. 1973. Studies on scale
structure of flatfishes 1. The genus Trinectes, with notes on related
forms. Proc. 27th Annu. Conf. SE Assc. 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 (Mugil 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 Macrobrachium acanthurus and M. carcinus with notes on the
selective breeding and hybridization of these shrimps. Proc. Fifth Annual
Meeting World Mariculture Society January 21-25, 1974. Charleston, SC.

Grall, Charlene and Donald P. deSylva. 1983. Distribution, relative abundance,
and seasonality of swordfish larvae. Trans. of the Amer. Fish. Soc. 112: 235-

Gregory, Douglas R., Jr. and Ronald F. Labisky. 1981. Ovigerous setae as
an indicator of reproductive maturity in the spiny lobster, Panulirus argus
(Latreille). N.E. Gulf Sci. 4(2): 109-113.

Gregory, Douglas R. Jr., Ronald F. Labisky and Christopher L. Combs. 1982.
Reproductive dynamics of the spiny lobster, Panulirus argus in South Florida.
Trans Amer. Fish. Soc. 111: 575-584.

Hagwood, R.W. and S. A. Willis. 1976. Cost comparisons of rearing larvae of
freshwater shrimp, Macrobrachium acanthurus and M. Rosenbergh, to juveniles.
Aquaculture 7: 59-74.

Hastings, Philip A., and Stephen A. Bortone. 1980. Observations on the life
history of the belted sandfish, Serranus subligarius (Serranidae). Env. Biol.
Fish. 5(4): 365-374.

Hood, M.A., R. M. Baker and F.L. Singleton. 1984. Effect of processing and
storing oyster meats on concentrations of indicator bacteria, Vibrios and
Aeromonas hydrophila. Journal of Food Protection 47(8): 598-60T.

Hood, M. A., Ronald M. Baker and F.L. Singleton. 1983. Effects of nutrient
deprivation on Vibrio cholerae. Appl. and Env. Microbiol. 46(4): 930-940.

Hood, Mary A. 1983. Effects of harvesting waters and storage conditions on
yeast populations in shellfish. J. of Food Protection 46 (2): 105-108.

Hood, Mary A., Gregory E. Ness, G.E. Rodrick, and N.J. Blake. 1983. Effects
of storage on microbial loads of two commercially important shellfish species,
Crassostrea virginica and Mercenaria campechiensis. Appl. and Env. Microbiol.
45(4): 1221-1228.

Hood, Mary A., G.E. Ness, and N.J. Blake. 1983. Relationship among fecal
coliforms, Escherichia coli, and Salmonella ssp. in shellfish. Appl. and Env.
Microbiol. 45(1): 122-126.

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

Koburger, John A., Richard A. Dargan and Denise L. Langston. 1979. Produc-
tion 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 hybridization in quahog clams (Mercenaria
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 Japanese oysters are the same
species. J. Fish Res. Bd. Canada 31: 453-456.

Menzel, R.W. 1973. Some species affinities in the oyster genus Crassostrea.
Bull. Amer. 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 recruitment problem: an update. Proc. of the 33rd Annu. Gulf
and Caribbean Fisheries Institute. November 1980. San Jose, Costa Rica pp.

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

Morrison, Susan J. and David C. White. 1980. Effects of grazing by estuarine
Gammaridean amphipods on the microbiota of allochthonous detritus. 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 aluminum and titanium surfaces
exposed to rapidly flowing seawater. Appl. and Envir. Microbio. 41(6):

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

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. Economic 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 economic analysis of spiny
lobster production by individual firms at optimum stock levels. Southern J.
Ag. Econ. July 1978. pp. 105-109.

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

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

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

Seaman, William Jr. 1984. Enhanced Fishing Opportunities for
Urban Waterfronts. Florida Dept. of Community Affairs. Urban Waterfront
Management Project, Resource Report No. 5: 13-20.

Sheridan, Peter F. and Robert J. Livingston. 1983. Abundance and seasonality
of infauna and epifauna inhabiting a halodule wrightii meadow in Apalachicola
Bay, Florida. Estuaries 6(4): 407-419.

Sheridan, Peter F. 1979. Three new species of Melita (Crustacea: amphipoda),
with notes on the amphipoda fauna of the Apalachicola estuary of Northwest
Florida. Northeast Gulf Science 3(2): 60-73.

Sheridan, Peter F., and Robert J. Livingston. 1979. Cyclic trophic
relationships of fishes in an unpolluted, river-dominated estuary in North
Florida. pp. 143-161. in: Ecolog. Proc. in Coastal and Mar. Systems.

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

Toll, Ronald B. and Steven C. Hess. 1981. Cephalopods in the diet of the
swordfish, Xiphias gladius, from the Florida Straits. Fish. Bull. 79(4):

Tomaszewski, F. B., D. Toloday, R.F. Mathews, and J.C. Deng. 1979. The effect
of salt, tripolyphosphate and sodium alginate on the texture quality 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 bivittatum. J. Fish Biol. 16: 397-

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

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

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

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


A complete set of out-of-print publications is maintained 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 letterhead.


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

Research and Information Needs of the Florida Spiny Lobster Fishery. William
Seaman, Jr. and Donald Y. Aska. 64 pp. (SGR-1).

St. Lucie Inlet -- Glossary of Inlets Report #1. Todd L. Walton. 59 pp.

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

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

On Mariculture of the Florida Seaweed, Eucheuma isiforme. Clinton J. Dawes. 10
pp. 1974. (SGR-5).

An Indexed Bibliography of the Spiny Lobster Family Palinuridae. P. Kanciruk
and W.F. Herrnkind, 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-10).

Florida Commercial Marine Fisheries -- Growth, Relative Importance and Input
Trends. Fred H. Prochaska. 50 pp. (SGR-11).

The Florida Spiny Lobster Fishery: Landings, Prices and Resource Productivity.
Joel S. Williams and Fred J. Prochaska. 50 pp. (SGR-12).

Littoral Drift Estimates Along the Coastline of Florida. T.L. Walton, Jr. 122
pp. (SGR-13).

Sebastian Inlet. A.J. Mehta, Wm. D. Adams, and C.P. Jones. 55 pp. (SGR-14).

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

An Economics Profile of Florida Commercial Fishing Firms: Fishermen,
Commercial Activities and Financial Considerations. Fred J. Prochaska and
James C. Cato. 27 pp. (SGR-19).

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

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

Artificial Reefs in Florida. Donald Y. Aska, Editor. (SGR-24).

Marina and Boatyard Operators in Florida -- Conference Proceedings. Thomas M.
Leahy, Editor. 57 pp. (SGR-27).

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

The World of Florida Sea Grant. Biennial Report 1980 & 1981. Tom Leahy and
Billie Lowry. (SGR-50).


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

Costs and Returns in Commerical 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. McCullough. (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-SG-74-002).

Regulatory Management Programs for Florida Marine Fishermen. F.J. Prochaska
and J.R. Baarda. 13 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-003).

Landings, Values, and Prices in Commercial Fisheries for the Florida keys
Region. F.J. Prochaska and J.C. Cato. 20 pp. (SUSF-SG-74-004).

Recent Tax Developments in Commercial Fishing. James C. Cato. 20 pp. (SUSF-SG-

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

Recent Tax Developments in Commercial Fishing. James C. Cato. 10 pp. (SUSF-SG-

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-

Electronic Fish Scanning -- Net Fishing, Florida. Donald Y. Aska and Thomas M.
Leahy. 8 pp. (SUSF-SG-76-002).

Economic Analysis of Cost and Returns in the Spiny Lobster Fishery by Boat and
Vessel Size. Fred J. Prochaska and Joel S. Williams. 18 pp. (SUSF-SG-76-004).

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-SG-77-004).

An Economic Analysis of King Mackerel Production by Hook-and-Line on the
Florida Atlantic Coast. 8 pp. (MAP-1).

Florida Sea Grant Directory -- 1978 through 1983 inclusive.

Production, Costs, and Earnings by Boat Size; Florida Spanish Mackerel
Fishery. James C. Cato, R. Allen Morris and Fred J. Prochaska. 16 pp. (MAP-4).

Boating Safety -- Thunderstorms. Walter A. Sitarz. 12 pp. (MAP-5).

Florida's Commercial Swordfish Fishery: Longline Gear and Methods. Steven A.
Berkeley, Edwin W. Irby, Jr. and John W. Jolley, Jr. 23 pp. (MAP-14).


The Social Impact of Hurricane Eloise on Panama City, Florida. Earl J.
Baker, John C. Brigham, J. Anthony Paredes and Donald D. Smith. 64 pp. and
A Longitudinal Study of Public Attitudes Toward Hazard Zone Land Use Controls.
Earl J. Baker. 32 pp. (TP-01).

Littoral Drift and the Prediction of Shoreline Changes. Richard L. Pfeffer.
112 pp. (TP-02).

Energy Relationships and the Productivity of Apalachicola Bay. Robert J.
Livingston, Richard L. Iverson, and David C. White. 472 pp. (TP-03).

"Eloise" A Seminar on Beaches vs. Hurricanes. Edited by Todd L. Walton, Jr.
and Thomas Leahy. 72 pp. (TP-04).

Proceedings Artificial Reef Workshop. Doug Coughenower and Bob Bender. 14 pp.

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

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

The National Flood Insurance Program Revisited-An Updated Model Ordinance for
Implementation of Its Land Management Criteria. Frank E. Maloney and Dennis C.
Dambly. 46 pp. (TP-3).

Spiny Lobster Research Review Proceedings of a Conference Held December 16,
1976, in Key West, Florida. Richard E. Warner, Ed. 56 pp. (TP-4).

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

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

Papers Presented at Beach Seminar Held October 4-7, 1978, at Captiva Island,
Florida. T. L. Walton, Jr. and T. M. Leahy, Eds. 176 pp. (TP-7).

The Biology and Utilization of Florida's Commercial Sponges. John M. Stevely,
Jerome C. Thompson and Richard E. Warner. 45 pp. (TP-8).

Biology and Florida Fishery of the Stone Crab, with Emphasis on South-
west Florida. Theresa M. Bert, Richard E. Warner and Lorin D. Kessler. 82 pp.

Chemical Attractants of the Florida Spiny Lobster, Panulirus argus. Barry W.
Ache, Bruce R. Johnson and Edward Clark. (TP-10).

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

Fourth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference of
the Americas. W. Steven Otwell and John A. Koburger. 36 pp. (TP-12).

Local Control Over the Onshore Impacts of Offshore Energy Development in
Florida. R. D. Woodson, Marc J. Tannen, and John J. Corbett. 104 pp. (TP-13).

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

Papers Presented at Annual Conference on Beach Preservation. October 3-5,
1979, Bal Habour, FL. Compiled by Stan Tait and Thomas Leahy. (TP-16).

Marine Education and Research Organizations in Florida. Norbert W. O'Hara and
Matthew Landau. (TP-17). Reprinted as SGEB-3. See Education section.

A Survey of Small Craft Marinas in Florida. P. V. Rao, J. J. Einerson, J. A.
Einerson and A. J. Mehta. (TP-18).

Low-Temperature Smoked Fish Fillets: A Potential New Product Form for Florida
Fish. W. Steven Otwell, John A. Koburger, and Robert L. Degner. (TP-19).

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

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

Verifying "Freshness" of Tournament Fish. W. Steven Otwell, J. C. Deng, and
Robert W. Taylor, Jr. (TP-22).

Modeling the Apalachicola System. Carol Conner, Ann Conway, Barry A. Benedict
and B. A. Christensen. (TP-23).

Sail-Assisted Commercial Marine Vehicles -- Bibliography and Abstracts. John
W. Shortall, III, N.A. (TP-24). This publication has been replaced by TP-28.

Choctawhatchee Bay: Analysis and Interpretation of Baseline Environmental
Data. Dewey Blaylock. (TP-29).

Design of Low Pressure Air Curtains for Environmental Protection of Surface
Waters. Herbert Mascha and B. A. Christensen. (TP-30).


Ache, Barry W. 31
Adams, James W. R. 9
Adams, William D. 4,28
Alvarez, Jose 21,28,29
Anderson, C. L. 28
Andree, Scott 18
Andrew, C. 0. 21,28
Armsby, Karen A. 16
Aska, Donald Y. 2,5,8,27,28,29
Assinaro, William P. 23

Baarda, J. R. 29
Baker, Earl J. 9,28,30
Baker, R. M. 23
Bane, Leni L. 3
Barcilon, Albert I. 9,14
Barile, Diane 3,4
Barrick, William E. 5,10
Bell, Frederick W. 17
Bellairs, Jeffrey 19
Bender, Bob 30
Benedict, Barry A. 32
Bennett, Chipley B. 21
Benson, P. H. 14,24
Berkeley, Steven A. 21,30
Bert, Theresa M. 31
Bittaker, Henry F. 12
Blake, N. J. 23
Blaylock, Dewey 32
Bloom, Stephen A. 25
Bobbie, Ronald J. 10,14,24,25
Bohnsack, James A. 21
Bolton, M. E. 3
Bortone, Mildred B. 16,22
Bortone, Stephen A. 16,23,25
Boynton, W. R. 10
Brigham, John C., Jr. 30
Brinkman, G. L. 18,31
Brown, Robert P. 15
Brownell, Willard N. 22
Bullis, Harvey R., Jr. 16
Burgess, George H. 20

Canter, Bram D. E.
Cato, James C.


Chen, Henry C. K.
Chipley, B. 21
Chiu, T. Y. 10,15
Christensen, B. A.


Clark, Edward 31
Collier, Courtland A.
Conner, Carol 32
Colwell, R. R. 15
Combs, Christopher L.
Conti, Joseph A. 24
Conway, Ann 32
Cooper, George 5
Copeland, B. J. 21
Corbett, John J. 7,31
Coughenower, Doug 30
Coultas, C. L. 10
Courtenay, W. R., Jr.
Craig, Alan K. 22
Cripe, C. R. 10,27
Cripe, J. H. 10





Dambly, Dennis C. 30
Daniels, John P. 11
Dargan, Richard A. 23
D'Asaro, Charles N. 16
Davis, John H. 4
Davis, W. M. 10,25
Dawes, Clinton J. 27
Dean, Robert G. 11,15
Degner, Robert L. 24,31
DeLameter, Edward D. 22
Delfino, Joseph J. 19
Deng, J. C. 22,25,31
de Sylva 23
DiDomenico, Dante A. 22
Dobkin, Sheldon 23
Dorman, John 30
Dugan, Patricia J. 11
Dunn, Stanley E. 15

Einerson, J. A.
Einerson, J. J.
Ellerbrock, M. J.
Eng-Wilmot, D. L.
Escoffier, Francis


Eshaghi, Karman
Evink, G. L.

Fazio, Steven D. 11
Federle, Thomas W. 11
Fernald, Edward A. 9,31
Fernandez, Dan 13,31
Findlay, R. H. 11
Fisher, Jeffrey A. 7
Fluet, Joseph E. 12
Frazier, Dinah 19

Gifford, Charles A. 7
Gonzalez, Marina H. 13
Gorden, Marjorie R. 3
Graham, Donald S. 11,1
Grall, Charlene 23
Gregory, Douglas R., Jr.

Hagwood, R. W. 23
Halusky, Joseph G. 2,1
Hamann, Richard G. 5,6
Hanni, Eila 30
Harris, D. Lee 6
Hartt, William A. 11,1
Hastings, Philip A. 23
Hayter, E. J. 12
Heatwole, Douglas 19
Henke, T. E. 12
Henningsen, Don 6
Herrnkind, W. F. 27
Hess, Steven C. 25
Hicks, James W., Jr. 1
Hill, J. M. 11,12
Hitchcock, W. S. 11
Hollien, Harry 12
Hollingsworth, Charles L.
Hood, Mary A. 21,23
Houde, Edward D. 21
Hunt, S. D. 4

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

Jenkins, Robert L.
Johnson, Bruce R.

Johnson, Leigh Taylor 2,8
Jolley, John W., Jr. 30
Jones, Albert C. 16
Jones, C. P. 4,7,8,12,28
Jones, Grace 6
Jones, John Paul III 9,31

Kanciruk, P. 2
Kassouny, Margare
Kaufmann, Henry C
Kerrigan, James M
Kessler, Lorin D.
King, John D.
Koburger, John A.
Kobylinski, G. J.
Koenig, Christoph
Kojima, H. 4







S 23
S 24
er C. 12

Labisky, Ronald F. 23,24
Landau, Matthew 31
Landrum, Paul D. 17
Langston, Denise L. 23
Lau, Joseph P. 9
Lawlor, Frank J. 19
Laughlin, Blanca L. 23
Leahy, Thomas M. 1,4,28,29,30,31
Leeworthy, Vernon R. 17
Livingston, R. J. 6,10,11,12,
Logan, C. M. 31
Lott, D. F. 14,24
Lowry, Billie H. 1,18,28

Mahadevan, Selvakumar 19
Maloney, B. M. S. 13
Maloney, Frank E. 5,13,30,31
Martin, Barbara 13
Martin, D. F. 11,13
Martin, Philip E. 11
Martz, R. F. 14,24
Mascha, Herbert 32
Mathews, Heyward H. 8,9,30
Matthews, R. F. 22,25
McAlpin, Thomas 6
McCoy, Leslie F., Jr. 13
McCollough, William E. 28,29

McFarlane, R. Bruce 13
McLean, Richard 28
McNutt, R. H. 28
Meeter, D. A. 12,13
Mehta, A. J. 4,11,12,13,14,28,31
Menzel, R. W. 24
Menzies, R. A. 24
Miller, Christopher 14
Miller, Sarah Jane 9,31
Milon, J. W. 6,17,18,31
Morris, F. W. IV 6
Morris, R. Allen 16,30
Morrison, Susan J. 10,14,24
Mulkey, David 18
Myers, Vernon B. 12,14

Nelson, John W. 2
Nepshinsky, Janis L.
Ness, Gregory E.
Newman, Robert J.
Nickels, Janet S.

O'Donnell, Anthony J
Oesterling, J. L.
O'Hara, Norbert W.
Orthoefer, F. T.
Otwell, Steven W.

Parchure, T. M. 4
Paredes, J. Anthony
Parrish, Anthony R.,
Pfeffer, Richard L.
Prochaska, Fred J.

Purpura, James A.
Pybas, Donald 8


I. 13

Jr. 13

Rubin, Hillel 10,14,15

Salmon, Jack 6
Santos, S. L. 15,25
Sayler, G. S. 15
Seaman, William 25,27,28
Sensabaugh, W. A. 5,7,29
Sheridan, Peter F. 25
Shortall, John W. III 18
Siegel, David M. 22
Simon, J. L. 15,25
Singleton, F. L. 23
Sitarz, Walter A. 30
Skinner, Thomas C. 7
Smith, Donald D. 30
Smith, G. A. 14
Snyder, R. M. 10
Sorensen, Philip E. 17
Spangler, Byron D. 7
Sprinkel, Jay 19
Stevely, John M. 8,22,31
Sweat, Donald 19

Tait, Stan 31
Tam, C. K. W. 15
Tannen, Marc J. 31
Taylor, Cecile W. 12
Taylor, Keri H. 20
Taylor, Robert W., Jr. 3
Thomas, R. 15
Thompson, Jerome C. 31
Thompson, N. P. 12
Toll, Ronald B. 25
Toloday, D. 25
Tomaszewski, F. B. 25
Touart, L. W. 25
Turbeville, Joseph E. 15

Rabinowitz, Larry 8
Rao, P. V. 31
Rebnack, Paul 22
Reinders, James M. 13
Richards, Norman L. 14
Riddle, Pamela 17,18
Rodrick, G. E. 23

van Montfrans, Jack

Walby, Karen 9,31
Walton, Raymond 15
Walton, Todd L., Jr.




Warner, Richard E.
Watson, C. M. 22
Weckman, J. 13
Weng, Ming S. 15
White, David C.

Wilkowski, Gary
Williams, Joel S.
Willis, S. A.
Wolfe, Richard S.
Wooding, Donna
Woodson, R. D.

Yang, M. C. K.

Zeh, T. A. 13,







Acoustic emission 15
Adentia xeica 12
Adewes me nucleot ile 10
Advisory 1
Aeromonas hydrophila 23
Air curtains 32
Alga 11,13
Allochthomous plant litter 14
Anchoa mitchilli 25
Anchors 2
Annual reports 1
Anthropologists 14
Apalachicola Bay 6,10,11,13,14,
Aponin 13
Aquaculture 17
Aquasol 12
Aquatic animal medicine 16
Aquifers 10,14,15
Artificial Reefs 5,7,8,9,28,30
Atlas 6,8

Bacillus megaterium 11,21
Bacteria 20
Bathymetric 11
Bay County 9
Beach access 13
nourishment 29
Beaches 7,9,30
Beachfront construction 5
Beam trawls 29
Benthic 12,13,19
Bibliography 3,18,21,27
Big Carlos Pass 4
Big Hickory Pass 4
Biomass 12,14,24,25
Blind Pass 4
Blue Crab 12,14,17,19,20
Boating safety 2
Boatyards 2,18
Breakwaters 7
Buoy 9

Canals 10
Canal systems
Captiva Island
Caribbean 22
Cephalopods 25
Channel design

Charter boats 20
Chitainase 21
Choctowhatchee Bay 3
Claw mariculture 24
Clearwater Pass 4
Coastal construction
design 5,6,11,15
engineering 6
history notes 9
stabilization 9
zone 13,19
Coastal News Reprints
Cold Water 2
Commercial fisheries
fishermen 26
Conch 20
Conferences 5,7,8,16
Contaminants 19
Coral reef 21
Corrosion 15
Costs and returns 22
Crab processing 28
soft 17,18
blue 13,17,18,
Crassostrea 23,24
Crustacea: amphipoda
Cytolitic activity 1;





DDT residues 12
Deep-sea crabs 19
Detrital 10,12,24
Diamond killfish 12
Dike 12
Diplectrum formosum 22
vivittatum 22,25
Directory 1
Discovery 1
Diving 1,2,12
Dunes 4,6,9,10

Ecology 9,11,12,28
Economics 6,16,17,18,20,21,22,
Education 3,4
Electronic fish scanning 22,29
Eloise 10,30
Energy 30,31

Environmental 31
Epibenthic 12
Epifauna 25
Estuarine 11,12,13,15,24,25,32
detritus 12,24
microbiota 10,12,14
model 9
Escherichia coli 23
Eucheuma isiforme 27

Ferromagnetic sorbent system
Finfish 20
Fins 24
Fish facts 20
scales 22
Fishing Piers 2
Floating tire breakwaters
Florida Sea Grant Program
Fluorometric determination
Forestry operations 30
Fort Pierce Inlet 27
Freshwater 28
Fundulus grandis 13

Gammaridean amphipods
Glycolic acid 22
Gomphosphaeria aponina
Grouper 16,23,29
Gulf of Mexico 19
Gulf Stream 2
Gymnodinium breve 1






Halodule wrightii 25
Hurricane 1,2,6,7,14,28,30
Eloise 10,29
resistant construction 7
Hydrodynamic modeling 22
Hydraulics 10
Hydroxy fatty acids 16
Hogchoker 12

Ichthyotoxicity 12,15
Infauna 25
Inlets 4,13,14,15,28,
Intertidal zone 10,24

John's Pass
Judging 20

Key West 30
King mackerel
Killfish, Gulf


Land management 30
Land use controls 29
Landsat 11
Legal 5,6,30,31
Lipid 12,25,
Littoral drift 14,28,30
roses 15
Longline gear 19,21,28
Lugworm 16
Lutjanidae 16,20
Lutjanus campechanus 22

Mackerel 24,28,29
Macrobrachium acanthurus 23
Macrofauna 13
Macrophytes 12
Mangroves 8
Mariculture 24,26
Marinas 2,5,6,13,18,22,27,30
Marine Education 3,4,30
Marketing 16
Marsh system 10
Matanzas Inlet 4
Melita 25
Mercenaria spp. 23,24
Microfouling 14,24
Mirex 12
Mugil cephalus 22
Mullet 22,23,24,28
Muramic acid 12

National flood insurance
Nets 22
New Pass 4
Newsletter 3

Offshore energy development
Oil spill recovery 15
Ordinances 30,31
Organochlorine residues
Outer bar storage 15
Ovigerous setae 23
Oysters 18,20,23,24


Palinuridae 27
Panama City 30
Panulirus argus 23,25,31
PCB 15
Peeler crabs 20
Periodicals 3
Phytoplankton productivity 14
Pilings, timber & concrete 8
Pinellas County 30
Piscivorous predator 21
Plants 4,5,8,9,10
Pollutants 15,27
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB)
Poly-B-hydroxy-butyrate 14
Polymeric beta-hydroxyalkanoates
Polysaccharide polymers 11
Ponce de Leon Inlet 27
Port Canaveral Inlet 4
Pregnancy 2,3
Proton beam 23
Puerto Rico 22
Pulp mill effluents 13

Quahog clams
Queen conch

Rancidity 22,24
Radiocarbon 12
Recreation 6,8,17,30
Red drum 23
Red snapper 22,29
Redtide 11,13
Reefs 5
Regulatory management programs
Research organizations 4
Residential waterfront 5,7,9
Revetments 4
Rip currents 15
Rookery Bay 10
Runoff control 31


Sail-assisted 18,19,21
Salmonella 23
Salt tolerant plants 5
Saltwater intrusion 10
Salted mince 21
Sand transport 15
Sand trapping 10
Scales 22
Scuba 2,3
Sea Bass 16
Seafood 20
Seawall design 4
Seaweed 27
Sebastian Inlet 28
Sediment 11,13,14
Seminars 28,30,31
Serranidae 16,22,23,29
Setback line 5,13
Sharks 20,23,27,28
Shore protection 3
Shrimp 20,22,23,27,28
processing 19,28
Sikes Cut 4
Smoked fish fillets 19
Smoking 22,24,30
Snapper-Grouper 16,17,
Social impact 30
Soft crab 17,20
Spanish mackerel 30
Spiny lobster 17,19,20
Sponges 31
Sport-fishing 18
Squid 20
St. George Inlet 4
St. Lucie Inlet 26
St. Mary's Entrance 4
Stabilization 4,7,9
Steel (1018) 12,15
Stochastic design 10
Stone crab 31
Storm surge 15
Stormwater runoff 13
Strombus gigas 22
Swordfish 21,22,30

Teleostean fishes
Tidal flow 11
Tournament fish






Transverse bars 9
Trawls 22,30
Trinectes maculatus
Tripolyphosphate 25

Uronic acids

Vibrios 2




Waste management
Walkover structures
Weather 1,2,14,30
Wetlands 10,24

Xiphias gladius


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