Publications of the Institute of Marine Science, Cumulative Contents
Publications of the Institute of Marine ScienceThe University of Texas Marine Science Institute, Port Aransas, Texas
v. 1-11; 1945-66
continued by: Contributions in Marine Science
Vol. 1, no. 2, November 1950
Vol. 2, no. 1, September 1951
Vol. 2, no. 2, December 1952
Vol. 3, no. 1-2, 1953-54
Vol. 4, no. 1-2, 1955-57
Vol. 5, December 1958
Vol. 6, 1959
Vol. 7, 1961
Vol. 8, 1962
Vol. 9, December 1963
Vol. 10, June 1965
Vol. 11, November 1966
Studies on marine fishes of Texas, p. 1-190.
An introduction to the hydrography of tidal waters of Texas, p. 121-194.
Distribution and abundance of fishes on the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, with life history notes, p. 89-101.
Seasonal population changes and distributions as related to salinity, of certain invertebrates of the Texas Coast, including the commercial shrimp, p. 7-51.
Notes on the marine invertebrate fauna of salt flat areas in the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, Texas, p. 103-119.
The invertebrate fauna of Texas Coast jetties; a preliminary survey, p. 53-87.
Some Principles of Marine Fishery Biology, p. 177-212
The Littoral Marine Annelids of the Gulf of Mexico, p. 7-124
Brackish-Water and Marine Assemblages of the Texas Coast, with Special Reference to Mollusks, p. 125-163
Foraminifera of the South Texas Coast, p. 165-176
Actiniaria, Zoantharia and Ceriantharia from Shallow Water in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico, p. 141-172
Fishes of the Family Carangidae of the Northern Gulf of Mexico and Three Related Species, p. 43-117
Historical Changes in the Mississippi River and the Adjacent Marine Environment, p. 119-139
Some Nematodes Parasitic in Marine Fishes, p. 173-215
Parasitic Crustacea from the Texas Coast, p. 5-42
Parasitic Copepoda of Texas Coastal Fishes, p. 5-16
The Relationship of the Bonnet Carr`e Spillway to Oyster Beds in Mississippi Sound and the "Louisiana Marsh," with a Report on the 1950 Opening, p. 17-71
An Introduction to Zoogeography of the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico with Reference to the Invertebrate Fauna, p. 107-224
Observations on Spawning and Larval History of the Shrimp, Penaeus setiferus, p. 73-105
A Study of the Fauna of the Brown Shrimp (Penaeus aztecus ives) Grounds in the Western Gulf of Mexico, p. 1-366
The External Morphology of Blias prionoti Kroyer, a Copepod Parasite of the Sea Robins (Prinonotus), p. 5-12
A Contribution to the Hydrography of Apalachicola Bay Florida, p. 13-35
Effect of the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi River on Hydrography of Redfish Bay and Blind Bay, p. 155-168
Studies on Fouling Organisms of the Northwest Gulf of Mexico, p. 37-67
A Study of the Fauna of the Pink Shrimp (Penaeus duorarum Burkenroad) Grounds in the Gulf of Campeche, p. 169-232
Studies on the Monogenetic Trematodes of the Texas Coast. I. Results of a survey of marine fishes at Port Aransas, with a review of Monogenea reported from the Gulf of Mexico and notes on euryhalinity, host-specificity, and relationship of the Remora and the Cobia, p. 233-249
Some Phases of the Biology of Ostrea equestris Say and a Comparison with Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin), p. 69-153
Ecological Survey of Baffin and Alazan Bays, Texas, p. 134-155
The Acanthocephalan Parasites of the Fishes of the Texas Coast, p. 278-283
Body Fluid of the Oyster Crassostrea virginica, p. 284-292
The Summer Marine Flora of Mississippi Sound, p. 228-264
Studies on the Ecology of Two Species of Donax on Mustang Island, Texas, p. 201-227
A Effect of Bleedwater, "Soluble Fraction" and Crude Oil on the Oyster, p. 328-341
Note on the Reflex Inhibition of Water Propulsion by the Oyster, p. 293-295
A Method for Measuring Eddy Diffusion in Coastal Embayments, p. 14-21
Biogeochemcial Deposition of Strontium, p. 38-114
Metabolism of a Laboratory Stream Microcosm, p. 115-133
The Effect of Suspended Materials on the Reproductive Rate of Daphnia Magna, p. 265-277
Texas Bay Sediments, p. 5-13
Ecological Survey of the Upper Laguna Madre of Texas, p. 156-200
Seasonal Growth of Benthic Marine Plants as Related to Environmental Factors in an Estuary, p. 97-147
Food Habits of Fishes and Larger Invertebrates of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, an Estuarine Community, p. 353-416
Population Studies of the Shallow Water Fishes of an Outer Beach in South Texas, p. 186-193
The Drop-Net Quadrat, a New Population Sampling Device, p. 165-168
A Partially Annotated Checklist of the Marine Fishes of Texas, p. 312-352
Trematode Parasites of Donax variabilis at Mustang Island, Texas, p. 301-311
Ecology and Taxonomy of Recent Marine Ostracodes in the Bimini Area, Great Bahama Bank, p. 194-300
Artificially Formed Mudballs, p. 148-150
Notes on Blanquilla Reef, the Most Northerly Coral Formation in the Western Gulf of Mexico, p. 151-155
An Incidence of Pink Oysters in Galveston Bay, Texas, p. 163-164
The Chlorophyll "A" of Communities, p. 65-96
Comparative Studies on the Metabolism of Marine Waters, p. 16-46
A Bacterium Causing Tail Rot in the Norwegian Codfish, p. 160-162
Effect of the Microbial Production of Hydrogen Sulfide and Carbon Dioxide on the pH of Recent Sediments, p. 5-15
Diurnal pH Variation in Texas Bays, and its Application to Primary Production Estimation, p. 47-64
Systematics and Zoogeography of the Clinid Fishes of the Subtribe Labrisomini Hubbs, p. 417-492
Fluctuations in the Relative Abundance of Sport Fishes as Indicated by the Catch at Port Aransas, Texas 1952-1956, p. 169-185
Diurnal Inorganic Phosphate Variations in Texas Bays, p. 133-145
An Ecological Survey of the Houston Ship Channel and Adjacent Bays, p. 213-250
Some Observations on the Respiration of the American Oyster Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin), p. 92-108
The Hydrography of the Inshore, Northwestern Gulf of Mexico, p. 193-205
A Revision of the Genus Halimeda (Order Siphonales), p. 321-403
The Use of Diatom Populations as a Measure of Water Quality in Selected Areas of Galveston and Chocolate Bay, Texas, p. 206-212
Studies of Oxygen Metabolism of Streams of North Carolina, p. 186-192
Survival of F(1) Hybrids Between Cyprinodont Fishes, with a Discussion of the Correlation Between Hybridization and Phylogenetic Relationship, p. 81-91
A Collection of Marine Algae From the Chandeleur Islands, p. 265-276
Alcran Reef, Campeche Bank, Mexico, p. 1-22
Mobility of Partially Submerged Shells, p. 171-185
Some Opisthobranchs from the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico, p. 251-276
A Study of the Effects of Anesthetics on the Behavior and Physiology of Fishes, p. 23-56
Standing Crop, Chlorophyll Content, and in Situ Metabolism of a Giant Kelp Community in Southern California, p. 109-132
Measurements of Productivity of Turtle Grass Flats, Reefs, and the Bahia Fosforescente of Southern Puerto Rico, p. 159-170
Plankton Productivity in Estuarine Waters of Georgia, p. 146-158
Studies on the Hydrography and Fish Migrations of Cedar Bayou, a Natural Tidal Inlet on the Central Texas Coast, p. 56-80
Canal dredging and silting in Louisiana bays, p. 262-314.
Oyster disease caused by Dermocystidium marinum and other microorganisms in Louisiana, p. 132-229.
Studies on oyster mortality in relation to natural environments and to oil fields in Louisiana, p. 1-131.
An Ecological Survey of the Lower Laguna Madre of Texas, 1953-1959, p. 153-183
Fishes of the Rio Tamesi and Related Coastal Lagoons in East-Central Mexico, p. 299-365
Some Aspects of Osmotic and Ionic Regulation in the Blue Crab, Callinectes sapidus, and the Ghost Crab, Ocypode albicans, p. 97-125
Shrimp Landings and Production of the State of Texas for the Period 1956-1959, with a Comparison with Other Gulf States, p. 216-226
Fish Production and Biomass Studies in Relation to Photosynthesis in the Laguna Madre of Texas, p. 1-22
Sedimentation from a Hydraulic Dredge in a Bay, p. 212-215
Marine Algae from the Gulf Coast of Texas and Mexico, p. 227-268
Osmotic and Ionic Concentrations in the Mantis Shrimp Squilla empusa Say, p. 126-142
Phosphorous Content of Some Fishes and Shrimp in the Gulf of Mexico, p. 143-146
Further Studies on Reaeration and Metabolism of Texas Bays, 1958-1960, p. 23-55
Some Bacterial Populations in Turbid and Clear Sea Water Near Port Aransas, Texas, p. 56-60
Zinc in a Texas Bay, p. 75-79
Chaetognatha from the Texas Coast, p. 147-152
Mollusks of Alacran Reef, Campeche Bank, Mexico, p. 366-403
A Study of Redfish, Sciaenops ocellata Linnaeus and Black Drum, Pogonias cromis Linnaeus, p. 184-211
Phytoplankton of the Eastern Mississippi Delta, p. 269-298
Algal Mat Communities of Lyngbya confervoides (C. Agardh) Gomont, p. 61-74
The Microbial Decomposition of Organic Carbon in Surface Sediments of Marine Bays of the Central Texas Gulf Coast, p. 80-96
Buried Pleistocene River Valleys in Aransas and Baffin Bays, Texas, p. 7-18
A Characteristic Diurnal Metabolic Pattern in Balanced Microcosms, p. 19-27
Directions for the Determination of Changes in Carbon Dioxide Concentration from Changes in pH, p. 454-489
Oxygen Metabolism of Four Oklahoma Farm Ponds, p. 156-161
Distribution of the Zooplankton in the Salt Marshes of Southeastern Louisiana, p. 132-155
Seasonality of Larger Animals in a Texas Turtle Grass Community, p. 37-47
Helicopter Borne Purse Net for Population Sampling of Shallow Marine Bays, p. 1-6
New Additions to the Bryozoan Fauna of the Gulf of Mexico, p. 162-236
Seasonal Change in the Number and the Biomass of Fishes from the Surf at Mustang Island, Texas, p. 91-105
Seasonal Plankton Productivity in the Surfzone of a South Texas Beach, p. 77-90
Shallow Marine Sediments Offshore from the Brazos River, Texas, p. 311-372
Diurnal Metabolism, Total Phosphorous, Ohle Anomaly, and Zooplankton Diversity of Abnormal Marine Ecosystems of Texas, p. 404-453
Experiments With Engineering of Marine Ecosystems, p. 373-403
Productivity Measurements in Texas Turtle Grass and the Effects of Dredging an Intracoastal Channel, p. 48-58
Amino Acids in Redfish Bay, Texas, p. 59-63
Cobalt, Iron, and Manganese in a Texas Bay, p. 28-32
Notes on the Fringed Pipefish, Micrognathus crinigerus, from the West Coast of Florida, p. 112-116
Radioactive Fallout in Sargassum Drift on Texas Gulf Coast Beaches, p. 33-36
Growth and Decay of Penicillus capitatus Lamarck in the Lower Laguna Madre of Texas, p. 106-111
Organic Carbon Levels in Some Aquatic Ecosystems, p. 64-76
A Study of the Diatom Flora of Fresh Sediments of the South Texas Bays and Adjacent Waters, p. 237-310
Cell-Diameter Frequency Distributions of the Planktonic Diatom Rhizosolenia alata, p. 117-131
Fixing of Fallout Material by Floating Marine Organisms, Sargassum fluitans and S. natans, p. 173-178
Ecological Implications of the Behavior of the Sexually Dimorphic Goby Microgobius gulosus (Girard), p. 1-8
Fauna of the Aransas Pass Inlet, Texas. I. Emigration as shown by tide trap collections, p. 9-21
Calcium Carbonate Deposition Associated With Blue-Green Algal Mats, Baffin Bay, Texas, p. 187-200
Fish Stocks from a Helicopter-Borne Purse Net Sampling of Corpus Christi Bay, Texas 1962-1963, p. 68-75
A Study of the Hydrography of Inshore Waters in the Western Gulf of Mexico off Port Aransas, Texas, p. 22-32
A Quantitative Study of Selected Nearshore Infauna Between Sabine Pass and Bolivar Point, Texas, p. 33-40
Distribution and Growth of Penaeid Shrimp in Mobile Bay, Alabama, p. 41-58
The Cytochrome Electrode System and the Bioelectric Field of the Cell. Part I: The E.M.F. in the root of Allium cepa. Part II: The E.M.F. in the frog skin, p. 221-248
The effect of Hypersalinity on Serum and Muscle Ion Concentrations in the Striped Mullet, Mugil cephalus L., p. 179-186
A trawl survey of the shallow Gulf fishes near Port Aransas, Texas, p. 80-107.
Strontium in calcite : new analyses, p. 76-79.
An annotated checklist of the fishes of the Galveston Bay system, Texas, p. 201-220.
Mollusks from the deeper waters of the Northwestern Campeche Bank, Mexico, p. 108-172.
Vertical distribution of the planktonic stages of penaeid shrimp, p. 59-67.
Recent marine ostracod assemblages of Puerto Rico, p. 108-125.
Surface salinities for Baffin Bay and Laguna Madre, Texas, April 1964-March 1966, p. 168-173.
Growth and mortality of the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin), in high salinity shallow bays in central Texas, p. 149-158.
Studies on bivalve molluscs of the genus Crassinella in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico : anatomy, ecology and systematics, p. 65-89.
Habitat segregation in aquaria between two sympatric species of gobiosoma, p. 7- 11.
The plankton of the St. Andrew Bay System, Florida, p. 12-64.
Survival of T bacteriophages and coliform bacteria in seawater, p. 1-6.
Sedimentary structures of beach and dune deposits: Mustang Island, Texas, p. 135-148.
Biology of the red snapper, Lutjanus aya Bloch, of the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico, p. 90-101.
A study of production and phosphate in a Sonoran Lagoon, p. 159-167.
Movement of radioisotopes in a marine bay : cobalt-60, iron-59, manganese-54, zinc-65, sodium-22, p. 102-107.
Seasonal occurrence of fishes in a coastal marsh of Northwest Florida, p. 126-134.