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Vol. 28, No. 1/2, 2010

Dedicated Issue
Gulf of Mexico Marine Laboratories

 

Foreword - Gulf of Mexico Marine Labs. By John W. Tunnell, Jr. and George F. Crozier

1

A Brief History of the Cuban Institute of Oceanology, Playa, La Habana, Cuba. By Rodolfo Claro

5

A Brief History of CINVESTAV, Merida Unit, in Yucatan, Mexico. By Ernesto A. Chávez

13

Centro de Ecología, Pesquerías y Oceanografía del Golfo de México (EPOMEX) Universidad Autónoma de Campeche, Mexico. By Guillermo Villalobos Zapata, Jorge Gutierrez Lara, and Julio A. Sanchez

17

Estación de Investigaciones Marinas El Carmen, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. By Elva Escobar Briones and Raymundo Lecuanda

22

Instituto de Ciencias Marinas y Pesquerias, Boca del Río, Veracruz, Mexico. By Virgilio Eugenio Arenas Fuentes and Miguel Angel Lozano Aburto

36

History of the Center for Coastal Studies, Texas A&M University—Corpus Christi.
By John W. Tunnell, Jr.

42

History of the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi. By John W. Tunnell, Jr.

56

The University of Texas Marine Science Institute: “Granddaddy” of Texas Marine Laboratories. By Jaime Haberer, Miyuki E. DeHart, and Lee A. Fuiman

71

 

A History of the NMFS Laboratory at Galveston. By Roger J. Zimmerman

82

The A&M Marine Laboratory: The Legacy of Building 311 Fort Crockett. By Sammy M. Ray

97

Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium: Relatively New Kid on the Block. By Nancy N. Rabalais

102

History of the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory. By Joyce M. Shaw

109

The Dauphin Island Sea Lab–A Tale of Four Laboratories. By George F. Crozier and Michael R. Dardeau

127

Profile of the Gulf Ecology Division, United States Environmental Protection Agency. By Stephen J. Jordan and Raymond G. Wilhour

135

A Brief History of Time at the National Marine Fisheries Service Panama City Laboratory (apologies to Stephen Hawking). By Pete Sheridan and Guy Davenport

141

Evolution of the Florida State University Coastal and Marine Laboratory. By Michael J. Greenberg, William F. Herrnkind, and Felicia C. Coleman

149

The College of Marine Science at the University of South Florida. By Frank Muller-Karger, Kent Fanning, Albert Hine, William Hogarth, and Jacqueline Dixon

164

A History of Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Research Institute. By Gil McRae

173

Mote Marine Laboratory – Exploring the Secrets of the Sea since 1955. By Kumar Mahadevan

180

Brief History of the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF)’s Marine Laboratory, Sanibel,
Florida: Not to be Confused with Doc Ford’s Sanibel Biological Supply Company. By Loren D. Coen
and Eric C. Milbrandt

200

Florida Gulf Coast University’s Norm and Nancy Vester Marine and Environmental Sciences Research Field Station (Vester Field Station). By Aswani K. Volety, Donna P. Henry, and Ronald Toll

214

History of the Southeast Fisheries Science Center Miami Laboratory. By Alex Chester and Albert C. Jones

220

“Windows on the Sea” Southern Association of Marine Laboratories: The First 25 Years. By John W.
Tunnell, Jr.

230

 

 

Published by the Marine Environmental Sciences Consortium of Alabama
George Crozier, Executive Director