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A bibliography of research on St. Andrew Bay, its tributaries, and the nearby coastal waters of Bay County, Florida
  • Published Date:
    1993
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    United States, National Marine Fisheries Service,
  • Description:
    "This indexed bibliography is one of a three-part project, the goal of which is to collect and to make available the research that has been performed on St. Andrew Bat. In addition to the bibliography, there is a physical collection of this material housed at the Panama City Laboratory Library of the National Marine Fisheries Service, and available to the public by appointment. Also, this material is accessible on a computer database (ANDREW), and searchable by keyword and author. The software used is Pro-Cite. While many bay systems have been studies extensively, and have the advantage of a nearby university with a staff of scientists, St. Andrew Bay has received comparatively little attention, except for governmental agencies, free-lance scientists, and consulting firms. Many of the publications are considered "gray literature"--they have not appeared in professional, refereed journals. As a result, much of the literature is difficult to access by means of the traditional scientific indexes. It is hopes that this compendium will serve as a guide to what has been accomplished so far in understanding the biota and ecology of St. Andrew Bay, it's tributaries, and the nearby coastal waters. In cases where authors have used more than one form of their names in publications, these names have been standardized to the fuller form (e.g., John L. Smith rather than J. L. Smith):--Introduction.

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