Annual Reports 2001

Fluorescent Whitening Agents as Facile Pollution Markers in Shellfishing Waters
Eugene A. Cioffi
Department of Chemistry, University of South Alabama, Mobile AL 36688-0002

Red Snapper Demographics on Artificial Reefs: The Effects of Nearest-Neighbor Dynamics
James H. Cowan, Jr.1 and Arvind Shah
1 Department of Marine Sciences, University of South Alabama
2 Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of South Alabama

Effects of Variation in River Discharge and Wind-Driven Resuspension on Higher Trophic Levels in the Mobile Bay Ecosystem
James H. Cowan, Jr.1, John F. Valentine2 and William M. Graham2
1 Department of Marine Sciences, University of South Alabama
2 Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Stabilization of Eroding Shorelines in Estuarine Wave Climates with Constructed Fringe Wetlands Incorporating Offshore Breakwaters
Scott L. Douglass and Judy P. Stout 
University of South Alabama

Interaction Between Water-Column Structure and Reproduction in Jellyfish Populations of Mobile Bay
William M. Graham 
Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Recruitment Potential of Sea Nettle (Chrysaora quinquecirrha) Polyps Around Natural and Artificial Substrates in Mobile Bay
William M. Graham and Kenneth L. Heck, Jr. 
Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Holocene Sedimentary History of Weeks Bay, AL: Human and Natural Impacts on Deposition in a Gulf Coast Estuary
Douglas W. Haywick, Miriam L. Fearn, David T. Allison, Keith G. Blackwell and Lee S. Yokel
Department of of Geology & Geography, University of South Alabama

Fisheries-Induced Changes in the Structure and Function of Shallow Water "Nursery" Habitats:  An Experimental Assessment
Kenneth L. Heck, Jr.1, John F. Valentine 1, James H. Cowan, Jr.2 and D. DeVries
1 Dauphin Island Sea Lab
2 Department of Marine Sciences, University of South Alabama
3 Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures, Auburn University

Effects of Salinity Stress on Natural and Anthropogenically-Derived Bacteria in Estuarine Environments
Ronald P. Kiene 
Department of Marine Sciences, University of South Alabama

Effects of Variation in River Discharge and Wind-Driven Resuspension on Lower Trophic Levels of the Mobile Bay Ecosystem
Ronald P. Kiene1, Jonathan Pennock2, Florence Thomas3 and Jean Cowan 1 Department of Marine Sciences, University of South Alabama
2 University of Alabama, Dauphin Island Sea Lab
3 Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Evaluation of Alabama Estuaries as Developmental Habitat for Juvenile Sea Turtles
David Nelson1, Thane Wibbels2 and Ken Marion2
Department of Biology, University of South Alabama
2 Department of Biology, University of Alabama at Birmingham

The Role of Land-Use/Land-Cover and River/River-Margin Denitrification in the Regulation of Nitrogen Delivery to the Mobile Bay Ecosystem
Jonathan Pennock1 and Ronald Kiene
1 University of Alabama,  Dauphin Island Sea Lab
2 Department of Marine Sciences, University of South Alabama
 

Environmental Attitudes and Knowledge of Alabama Coastal Residents: A Baseline for Developing Sustainable Coastal Management Strategies
J. Steven Picou, Cecelia Formichella, G. David Johnson and Keith Nicholls  Department of Sociology & Anthropology University of South Alabama
 

Investigation of the Use of Pulse Amplitude Modulated (Pam) Fluorometry as an Indicator of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (Sav) Health in Mobile Bay
Timothy D. Sherman
Department of Biological Sciences, University of South Alabama
 

 

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