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the activity of attached and free-living estuarine bacteria
african american religious history in tampa bay
age, growth and stock identification of the scaled sardine, harengula jaguana, from the west and sou
al congreso cubano: album-exposicion que le dirije en nombre de la colonia cubana de tampa
analysis of episodic phytoplankton blooming and associated oceanographic parameters on the west flor
anionic nutrients in ground water at a spray irrigation site, tampa, florida
application of emi conductivity methods and numerical filtering to mapping of the saltwater interfac
aspects of the chemical ecology of the west indian manatee, trichecus manatus
aspects of the ecology of heteropods in the families carinariidae and pterotracheidae at a station i
barrier island development from lagoonal stratigraphy and sedimentation, northern pinellas county, f
beach and nearshore sedimentation on caladesi island state park, pinellas county, florida
bed configuration and sediment distribution: matanzas inlet, florida
biochemical composition of crustacean zooplankton from the eastern gulf of mexico
biochemical genetics of harengula species (clupeidae) from florida and puerto rico
cane cutters in the everglades
carbonate sediments from peterson key bank, florida bay
centro español de tampa: bodas de oro, diciembre 21 de 1891 -diciembre 21 de 1941 ; rese&
chemical and physical characteristics of a saline geothermal submarine spring off florida's southwes
chemical and structural analysis of an aluminum hydroxy-interlayed clay from terra rossa soil, south
chemical character of water in the upper part of the floridan aquifer, near tarpon springs, florida
chemical interaction of surficial and floridan aquifer waters in recharge wells in the central flori
chronic in situ exposure of the bay scallop argopecten irradians concentricus (say) to a thermal eff
circulation of saline and hypersaline groundwater in carbonate mud: mechanisms, rates, and an exampl
a comparative assessment of biochemical measures of nutritional condition in pelagic organisms: ocea

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