Literature Cited | List of Participants | Abstracts of Presentations
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Anonymous 1992. A fisheries management plan for Louisiana's penaeid shrimp fishery. Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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Dagg, M.J. 1988. Physical and biological responses to the passage of a winter storm in the coastal and inner shelf waters of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Cont. Shelf Res. 8: 167-178.
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Ortner, P.B., T.N. Lee, P.J. Milne, R.G. Zika, M.E. Clarke, G.P. Podesta, P.K. Swart, P.A. Tester, L.P. Atkinson and W.R. Johnson. 1995. Mississippi River flood waters that reached the Gulf Stream. J. Geophys. Res. 100 (C7): 13595-13601.
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Wiseman, W.J. Jr., Rabalais, N.N., Turner, R.E., Dinnel, S.P., MacNaughton, A., 1997. Seasonal and interannual variability within the Louisiana coastal current: stratification and hypoxia. J. Mar. Systems 12: 237-248.
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