A Bibliography of Offshore Pipeline Literature. N.W. Lai, S.J. Campbell, R.F. Dominguez and W.A. Dunlap. June 1973. 127 pages. $3. TAMU-SG-74-206. NTIS-COM-74-11387/AS.
This bibliography is an up-to-date collection
of available literature pertaining to offshore pipelines. Articles
are listed by subject matter in the key-word index and under names
of authors in the author index. A general index also is included
where articles' sources can be found.
Bibliography of Maritime and Naval History Periodical Articles Published 1972-73. Charles R. Schultz. August 1974. 56 pages. $3. TAMU-SG-75-601. NTIS-COM-75-11775/AS.
This bibliography lists articles that appeared
in 1972-73 and a few entries from 1971. Items are arranged by
subject into 17 categories including exploration, navigation,
cartography, merchant shipping, inland navigation, ship-building,
maritime law, small craft, fisheries, naval history, marine art
and pleasure boating. Author, subject and vessel indices are provided.
Bibliography of Maritime and Naval History Periodical Articles Published 1976-77. Charles R. Schultz. February 1979. 90 pages. $4. TAMU-SG-79-607. NTIS-PB-295-539/AS.
This compilation is based on holdings at
Texas A&M University and a search of two historical data bases-America:
History and Life and Historical Abstracts. The bibliography lists
articles published in 1976-77. The items are arranged by subject
into 17 categories, including navigation, shipbuilding, maritime
law, small craft, fisheries, naval history, marine art and pleasure
boating. Author, subject and vessel indices are provided.
Bibliography of Maritime and Naval History Periodical Articles Published 1978-79 with Cumulative Indices for 1970-79. Charles R. Schultz (comp.). September 1982. 238 pages. $5. TAMU-SG-83-602. NTIS-PB-83-119-123.
This compilation is the sixth published,
completing the first decade of the bibliography. Listings are
arranged by subject into 17 categories, including exploration,
navigation, cartography, merchant shipping, inland navigation,
ship building, maritime law, small craft, fisheries, naval history,
marine art and pleasure boating. Author, subject and vessel indices
are provided. As an indicator of the end of a decade, this volume
also includes cumulative author, vessel and subject indices for
1970-79. The entries have been compiled from holdings of the Texas
A&M University Library, and from computer searches of America:
History and Life and Historical Abstracts.
Galveston Bay: Issues, Resources, Status, and Management. 1989. U.S. Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Estuary-of-the-Month Seminar Proceedings. 114 pages. TAMU-SG-88-115.
A seminar on Galveston Bay, held March
14, 1988, at the U.S. Department of Commerce in Washington, D.C.,
is reproduced. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
sponsored the seminar as a part of its continuing series of "Estuary-of-the-Month"
Seminars, held with the objective of bringing to public attention
important research and management issues of the nation's estuaries.
The papers include historical and scientific overviews of the
bay area, followed by an examination of management issues by scientists
and research managers involved in Galveston Bay.
Gulf of Mexico Oyster Bibliography. Thomas M. Soniat, James D. Simons and Eric N. Powell. 1992. 59 p. $5. TAMU-SG-92-602.
This bibliography assembles, documents,
records and organizes the extensive oyster literature from the
Gulf of Mexico. The publication is restricted to work on Crassostrea
virginica conducted on the Gulf coast of the United States. It
developed from a project funded by the Galveston Bay Foundation
to assemble the oyster literature of Galveston Bay. It is intended
for fisheries managers, resource economists, government regulators,
oyster biologists and oystermen. The titles are arranged alphabetically
and indexed geographically (by state) and by subject matter.
Texas Sea Grant Program 1968-1992 Publications. 1992. 104 pp. $5. TAMU-SG-92-603.
This is a bibliography of publications
and videos produced by the Texas A&M Sea Grant Program since
its inception in 1968 through mid-1992. Citations are listed
by topics in chronological order in 17 categories. A brief abstract
is included for each listing. Information is given for ordering
those publications still in print as well as alternative sources
for those no longer available through Sea Grant.
Texas A&M University Sea Grant College Program Directory 1995-1996. 1995. TAMU-SG-96-601.
This program directory lists the staff of the Texas A&M University Sea Grant College Program for 1995-1996, including members of the administration, Marine Information Service , Marine Advisory Service, agents, and specialists. Telephone numbers, mailing addresses and E-mail addresses (if applicable) are included. This directory also gives a brief overview of Sea Grant's involvement in the areas of aquaculture, the environment, social and economic issues, fisheries research, biotechnology, and marine education.