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New Publications from Ohio Sea Grant

The Ohio Sea Grant College Program based at The Ohio State University produces and distributes many publications and journal articles that are based on Sea Grant sponsored research, education, and extension projects. Listed below are new publications. Please review and forward this list to appropriate individuals.

Ordering Information: Mail your requests to the address below or e-mail cruickshank.3@osu.edu. Please type "Publication Request" in the subject line. Include the publication title and the item number. Publications are free unless noted otherwise. If a price is indicated, prepayment by check or money order (payable to The Ohio State University) must be included in your mailed request. Prices include shipping and handling.

Ohio Sea Grant Publications
1314 Kinnear Road
Columbus, OH 43212-1194


For a list of previously published articles request either the "Technical Publications Brochure"(which lists research results) or the "Publications Brochure" (which list items for educators and the general public).


All publications are also available on a loan basis through the:

National Sea Grant Depository
University of Rhode Island-Bay Campus
Pell Library Bldg.
Narragansett, RI 02882
(401) 874-6539
(401) 874-6160 (fax)





Brochures

B-051 Stone Laboratory Summer Courses 2000 or visit our web site at www.sg.ohio-state.edu
B-054 Aquatic Science Workshops and Field Trips at Stone Laboratory
B-056 Ohio Sea Grant Publications Brochure (revised brochure)


Education Publications

EP-089 Great Lakes for Kids (Two separate hand-outs for: ages 3 and up; ages 8 and up. Both contain Lake Erie-based information and two activities) Quantities available for distribution contact the Ohio Sea Grant office.


Fact Sheets

FS-079 South Bass Island Lighthouse. Nancy Cruickshank


Newsletters

Twine Line: The educational newsletter of Ohio Sea Grant, covering issues, events, and research related to Lake Erie and the Great Lakes. Bi-monthly newsletter/$6.00 per year (6 issues). (contact the Ohio Sea Grant office for a sample copy).


Reprints

RS-239 Diagnostic Genetic Markers and Evolutionary Relationships among Invasive Dressenoid and Corbiculoid Bivalves in North America: Phylogenetic Signal from Mitochondrial 16S rDNA. Carol Stepien, et al.
RS-240 Lethal and Sublethal Body Residues for PCB Intoxication in the Oligochaet, Lumbriculus Variegatus. Susan Fisher
et al.
RS-241 Lethal Body Residues for Pentachlorophenol in Zebra Mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) under Varying Conditions
in Temperature and pH. Susan Fisher, et. al.
RS-242 Environmental Awareness and Attitudes of Ashtabula County Voters Concerning the Ashtabula River Area of
Concern: 1996-1997. Frank Lichtkoppler and Tom Blaine
RS-243 Adundance of Planktonic Virus-Like Particles in Lake Erie Subsurface. Adam Leff, et al.
RS-244 Absorption of Hydrophobic Contaminants from Ingested Chlamydomonas rheinhardtii and Chlorella vulgaris by Zebra Mussels, Dreissena polymorpha. Xuewen Ma, et. al.




Technical Bulletins

TB-040 Recreational Boating in Ohio: An Economic Impact Study. Leroy Hushak




Theses and Dissertations PLEASE NOTE: THESES AND DISSERTATIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR LOAN ONLY FROM:

National Sea Grant Depository
University of Rhode Island-Bay Campus
Pell Library Bldg.
Narragansett, RI 02882
(401) 874-6539
(401) 874-6160 (fax)

TD-077 Evaluation and Analysis of Underwater "Wet" Welding Processes. David Clukey

TD-078 The Effects of Zebra and Quagga Mussels (Dreissena spp.) on Survival, Growth, and Condition of Burrowing Mayflies (Hexagenia spp.) in Western Lake Erie. Kenneth Freeman




Thank you for your interest in our publications.


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