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    • Identifying Limiting Nutrients in Galveston Bay Seagrass Communities 

      Weisse, Mikeala (2011-07-27)
      Seagrasses, an ecologically important group of marine plants, have declined in worldwide areal extent by 29% since 1879, in part due to nutrient enrichment. To reduce this decline, it is important to discover the limiting ...
    • Interpreting sediment transport pathways: an investigation of Hurricane Ike's impact on Offatt's Bayou, Texas 

      Laverty, Paul; Decker, S; Davis, M; Bennett, R (2012-06-01)
      Hurricane Ike made landfall near Galveston, TX with a 3-4m storm surge, inundating the surrounding area. The purpose of this study was to determine the existence or absence of a sedimentary deposit produced by Hurricane ...
    • Isolation and comparison of exopolymeric substances (EPS) from five dominant phytoplankton species in the Gulf of Mexico 

      Kennady, Benjamin J; Chuang, Chia-Ying; Ho, Yi-fang; Schwehr, Kathleen A.; Santschi, Peter H. (2012-06-01)
      Interest in EPS has recently been increasing as they have a great impact on many of geochemical processes, including prediction of POC flux, trace element, nanoparticle, and radionuclide scavenging, and tracing different ...
    • Mercury contamination in Gulf of Mexico fish 

      Kuklyte, Ligita; Rowe, Gilbert (2012-06-01)
      Mercury is a toxic, naturally occurring element that is hazardous to humans at high concentrations. Natural sources include degassing of the earth and volcanic activities; however human-related activities contributing to ...
    • Modular carbon fiber propeller 

      Cullen, Kevin; Cummings, Thomas; Edsall, Rob; Henry, Sam (2012-06-01)
      Utilization of Composite Materials with Marine Applications
    • Multi-purpose telescopic boom crane 

      Conteh, Sanfa S.; Gould, Dwayne; Ragasa, Ferdinand; Conteh, Lamin S.; Sene, Saliou (2012-06-01)
      The Goal of our Project is to design a crane that serve the purpose of both lifting cargoes on and off a vessel, and also as a gangway to transfer personnel from one vessel to another.
    • Offshore natural gas hydrate harvesting system 

      Owens, Andrew; Bradberry, Ross; Unger, Ben; Cummings, Chris (2012-06-01)
      The purpose of this project is to design a system that will allow for production of methane gas from a deep-sea Methane Hydrate Harvester. A satellite host system was chosen in a feasibility report, released in September ...
    • Pelton wheel turbine generator 

      Yonts, Chris; Ramsey, Drew; Monguia, Ashley; Johnstone, Justin (2012-06-01)
      The purpose of this project is to design and construct an efficient pelton wheel turbine generator. The idea of our project came from the topic of hydropower and the generation of renewable energy. This particular turbine ...
    • Polychaete feeding behavior and geographical distribution in the Gulf of Mexico 

      Carvalho, Russell; Schulze, Anja (2012-06-01)
      Polychaete annelids contribute greatly to macrofaunal species diversity in dynamic deep-sea ecosystems. The aim of our study was to assess the functional composition of deep-sea polychaete assemblages in the Gulf of Mexico. ...
    • Results of 2012 Student Research Symposium 

      --, -- (2012-06-11)
      List of winners in categories per the 2012 TAMUG Student Research Symposium
    • Texas A&M University at Galveston - NSF/REU Research Symposium 2011 

      Unknown author (Texas A&M University at Galveston, 2011-07-27)
      Time schedule for the research symposium, list of sponsors and presenters including abstracts of presentations.
    • Texas A&M University at Galveston; Eighth Annual Student Research Symposium 

      --, -- (Texas A&M University at Galveston, 2012-04)
      Program and abtracts of posters with full listing of student presenters and their faculty sponsors.
    • Thwarting successful piracy 

      Carchidi, Arielle (2012-06-11)
      In recent years, maritime piracy has received more attention from governments, the maritime industry, and the media. Increased incidents of violent attacks, particularly in the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea, create hazards ...
    • Wind turbine power augmentation unit 

      Walters, Kevin; Blakeway, Chris; Dearman, David; Navarro, Bobby; Stryker, Thomas (2012-06-01)
      Ships at sea rely on electrical power created onboard by generators. These generators are typically driven by either diesel or stream power. Should the generator system fail completely, the vessel needs the ability to ...