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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
The isolation and characterization of natural products from marine plants and microorganisms...2009Krzysiak, Amanda J.StudentMarine Science, UNCW
Primary productivity by phytoplankton : temporal, spatial and tidal variability in two North...2009Johnson, Virginia L.StudentMarine Science, UNCW
Evaluation of the capacity for compensatory growth in juvenile black sea bass (Centropristis...2009Holst, Susanna L.StudentMarine Science, UNCW
Landscape aspects of oyster reefs : fragmentation and habitat utilization 2009Harwell, Heather D.StudentMarine Science, UNCW
Harmful algal blooms in the Gulf of Mexico : brevetoxin degradation and derivation formation...2009Hardman, Ron C.StudentMarine Science, UNCW
Use of a geographic information system (GIS) to examine bottlenose dolphin community structu...2009Hanby, Courtney LeighStudentMarine Science, UNCW
Nitrate recycling versus removal in the Cape Fear River estuary2009Graham, Taylor B.StudentMarine Science, UNCW
Agricultural practices and nitrate pollution in ground water in the Central Valley of Chile2009Golembeski, Robert C.StudentMarine Science, UNCW
Phosphorus liberation by aquatic microorganisms2009Gill, Stephen StudentMarine Science, UNCW
Community structure and diets of fishes associated with pelagic Sargassum and open-water hab...2009Casazza, Tara L.StudentMarine Science, UNCW
Growth survival and resistance to hypersaline stress in larval black sea bass (Centropristis...2009Carrier, Joseph K.StudentMarine Science, UNCW
The effects of beach renourishment on benthic microalgae2009Carey, Erin S.StudentBiology and Marine Biology, UNCW
Growth of natural phytoplankton populations of Wilson Bay : a nutrient bioassay approach2009Brousseau, Jennifer PetersonStudentMarine Science, UNCW
Sources and sinks of nitrogen in the Cape Fear River estuary, southeastern North Carolina2009Bradshaw, Leslie C.StudentMarine Science, UNCW