Vol. 32, Nos. 1/2, 2014


Original Articles
Meiofauna and Trace Metals from Sediment Collections in Florida after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. By Stephen C. Landers, Alfred C. Nichols, Craig A. Schimmer, Paul M. Stewart, Steve Ramroop, David A. Steffy and Frank A. Romano III
Coral Settlement on Oil/Gas Platforms in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Preliminary Evidence of Rarity. By Paul W. Sammarco, Amy D. Atchison and Gregory S. Boland
Seagrasses in the Mississippi and Chandeleur Sounds and Problems Associated with Decadal-Scale Change Detection.  By Linh T. Pham, Patrick D. Biber and Gregory A. Carter
Temperature Variability in a Subtropical Estuary and Implications for Common Snook Centropomus undecimalis, a Cold-Sensitive Fish. By David A. Blewett and Philip W. Stevens
Short Papers and Notes
The Invasive Coral Tubastraea coccinea (Lesson, 1829): Implications for Natural Habitats in the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Keys. By William F. Precht, Emma L. Hickerson, George P. Schmahl and Richard B. Aronson
Potential Impacts of Extreme Salinity and Surface Temperature Events on Population Dynamics of Black Drum, Pogonias cromis, in the Upper Laguna Madre, Texas. By Zachary T. Olsen
Reliability of Fisher-Reported Total Lengths. By Gary C. Matlock
Presence of Juvenile Lionfish in a Northern Gulf of Mexico Nursery Habitat. By Dorothy Byron, Kenneth L. Heck, Jr and Mary A. Kennedy