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    • Bioluminescence as noise in an underwater optical surveying device 

      Neshyba, Stephen Joseph (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1965)
      The effect of a pulsed light in the stimulation of bioluminescence by organisms at the 700 meter depth in the Northeast Gulf of Mexico has been studied. The instrument consisted of pulsed xenon lamp source and a photomultiplier ...
    • Circulation over the continental margin of the northeast Gulf of Mexico 

      Gaul, Roy Davi (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1967)
      The ocean circulation over the continental margin of the northeast Gulf of Mexico has been delineated on the basis of three years of hydrographic and direct current observations. A wide range of measurement techniques was ...
    • The detection of a multiple tsunami phenomenon 

      Royer, Thomas Clark (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1969)
      A variable period band pass filter with a specified width is develop and applied to the long wave data recorded at Wake Island during the time period of March 9-12, 1957. This filter attenuates waves of periods other than ...
    • A numerical model of the dispersion of a dense effluent in a stream 

      Crew, Henry (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1970)
      Considered here is the dispersion of a dense effluent, such as discharged by a desalting plant, in a steady stream of uniform velocity and density. Of concern are the fields of velocity and density existing downstream from ...