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  • Polis, Dennis F. (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1973)
    The outline plan of a comprehensive and coordinated five-year study of the scientific and engineering aspects of Delaware Bay is presented in this volume. Specifications are provided for many subprojects, while others ...
  • Shuster, Carl N. (University of Delaware Marine Laboratories, 1959-09)
    This report deals with the biological productivity of a unit of Nature, the Delaware River estuary. In many respects this estuary and its productivity is similar to that of the several other estuaries along the Atlantic ...
  • Maurer, Don; Watling, Les (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1973)
    The purpose of this account is to describe the composition of the associated invertebrate fauna of Delaware Bay oyster beds, and to determine the effect of salinity, substrate, and season on this fauna. The dependence ...
  • Plunguian, Mark; Fothergill, Robert E.; Longenbach, Anne H.; Cook, Evelyn (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1973)
    This series is completed by a comprehensive indexed bibliography on all aspects of the Delaware Estuarine system.
  • Watling, Les; Maurer, Don (College of Marine Studies University of Delaware, Lewes, Delaware, 1976)
    This study was undertaken to obtain baseline ecological data in Delaware Bay. During the summers of 1972 and 1973 the first bay-wide quantitative survey of benthic organisms was conducted. The survey consisted of 207 ...
  • Goodman, Joel Myron (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1973)
    In this volume the economic and social aspects of Delaware's coastal zone are considered from several different viewpoints. The first section develops a management and regulatory perspective. This is followed by two ...
  • Daiber, Franklin C.; Jackewicz, Joan R. (Newark, Del. : College of Marine Studies and Department of Biological Sciences, 1972)
    A study was undertaken to determine the energy utilized by Sesarma in feeding upon Spartina over lunar-monthly periods. Amounts of Spartina ingested and assimilated, in terms of grams dry weight, were found for three ...
  • De Sylva, Donald P.; Shuster, Carl N.; Kalber, Frederick A. (Newark : Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Delaware, 1962-04)
    Information was collected during the period August 1958-February 1960, concerning the distribution of fishes in the shore zone in relation to the various environments found at sixteen sites within the Delaware River ...
  • Watling, Les; Maurer, Don (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1973)
    This volume represents the first major compilation of invertebrate species for the Delaware Bay region. Included in the volume are: a key to the major kinds of invertebrates in this region; taxonomic listings of over 300 ...
  • Natural and Historic Resource Associates (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1973)
    Volume 2 addresses itself to three areas of marine affairs vital for an understanding of the bay system. In the first part, the history of the region is discussed, with special emphasis on the role of waterborne ...
  • Urban, Edward R.; Monte, John D.; Moore, M. Mug (2010-09-02)
    Increased demand for live and processed clams has been accompanied by a decreased supply of wild clams. The surf clam, Spisula solidissima, was utilized extensively for processed clam products until overfishing reduced the ...
  • University of Delaware, College of Marine Studies. (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1973)
    The volume which the reader has in his hands is designed to provide a starting point for those wishing to become acquainted with the bay. It reviews briefly the present research on the bay, the general availability and ...
  • Boyer, John S. (Academic Press, Inc., 1995)
  • Leathem, Wayne; Maurer, Donald (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1976)
  • Szekielda., Karl-Heinz; Polis, Dennis F.; Kupferman, Stuart L. (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1973)
    The physical and chemical environment of the bay system is dealt with in this two-part report. Part one provides fundamental information on the morphology, tides, currents, salinity and temperature of Delaware Bay. The ...
  • Scotton, Lewis N.; Smith, Robert E.; Smith, Nancy S.; Price, Kent S.; de Sylva, Donald P. (Newark, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware., 1973)
    This volume i.s divided into two parts: The pictorial guide composing the first part includes two large charts which are, in effect, an illustrated table of contents, designed to permit quick identification of larval ...
  • Daiber, Franklin C. (Newark, Del.: College of Marine Studies and School of Life and Health Sciences, 1977)
    The present paper will review various parameters and their interactions that influence marsh animal distributions which in turn influence facets of life histories such as breeding, feeding and behavior. No attempt will ...
  • Daiber, Franklin C.; Sullivan, Michael J. (Newark, Del. : College of Marine Studies and Department of Biological Sciences, 1972)
    The chief objective of the research is to test the hypothesis that light intensity and nutrients are significant factors in the structure of the edaphic diatom assemblage and in the abundance of edaphic soil algae.
  • Daiber, Franklin C.; Gallagher, John L.; Sullivan, Michael J. (Newark, Del. : Marine Laboratories, Dept. of Biological Sciences, 1970)
    Research on the ecology of Delaware's tidal salt marshes has focused on nutrient and energy budgets of such areas. The flux of various forms of phosphorus and nitrogen in the water entering and leaving the marshes has ...
  • Daiber, Franklin C. (Newark, Del. : College of Marine Studies and and Department of Biological Studies, 1972)

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