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    • The bait shrimp industry of the Gulf of Mexico. 

      Inglis, A.; Chin, E. (, 1966)
      No abstract available
    • Ecology of nursery areas. 

      Inglis, A. (, 1962)
      Discussion of a 24 month investigation of Clear Lake and Offatts Bayou, Galveston Bay System. Data taken included: hydrological and meteorological measurements, and relative abundance of fauna.
    • Ecology of nursery areas. 

      Inglis, A. (, 1961)
      Clear Lake and Offats Bayou of the Galveston Bay system were sampled during three 12-month periods. A rough preliminary estimate of relative species abundance is given in tabular form. Many differences between the two ...
    • Ecology of western Gulf estuaries. 

      Chapman, C.R.; Parker, J.C.; Mock, C.R.; Ringo, R.D.; Pullen, E.J.; Inglis, A.; Koski, C.H. (, 1963)
      The first phase of the project was designed to inventory and to determine seasonal changes in relative abundance and size composition of the species of fish and shellfish inhabiting three selected areas of the Galveston ...
    • Sperm and pigmy sperm whales stranded in the Gulf of Mexico. 

      Inglis, A.; Seibenaler, J.B. (, 1960)
      The first documented winter strandings of the sperm whale (Physeter catodon) along the Gulf of Mexico are reported. Two additional records for the pygmy sperm whale (Kogia breviceps) are provided, including one from ...
    • Stomach contents of fishes from Clear Lake and tributary waters, a Texas estuarine area. 

      Diener, R.A.; Inglis, A.; Adams, G.B. (, 1974)
      Stomach contents were analyzed from 5,019 bony fishes, representing 40 species, caught during 1958 by trawl in the Clear Lake area, a secondary bay system located on the west side of upper Galveston Bay, Texas. The most ...
    • Summer foods of some fish species in East Bay, Texas. 

      Reid, G.K.; Inglis, A.; Hoese, H.D. (, 1956)
      Stomach contents are reported for 83 croaker (Micropogon undulatus) and 280 sand trout (Cynoscion arenarius); also for a few individuals each of sheepshead (Archosargus oviceps), sand perch (Bairdiella chrysura), gafftopsail ...
    • Trinity Bay project. 

      Inglis, A. (, 1961)
      Twelve stations were set up in Trinity Bay to study the effects of the discharge of the Trinity River. Hydrological data was taken at each station. Faunal composition was obtained by trawling.