Note: numbers in parentheses are volume and issue, followed by pages.


academic-industry partnership (38, 1) 1-3
acoustic Doppler current profiler (41, 1) 10-14
aerosols (38, 2) 19-22
air-sea interaction (39, 1) 6-8; (39, 2) 19-21
Alexander, Lewis M. (37, 3) 1, 22
Allen, James R. (38, 3) 13-14; (39, 1) 13-16
Allen, Monica (40, 2) 2-3
Amador, Jose A. (40, 1) 10-11
American oyster (38, 3) 19-20; (39, 2) 22-23
Anderson, James L. (38, 2) 17
antibodies (41, 2) 22-24
aquaculture
    environmental aspects (37, 2) 8-12
    health aspects (41, 2) 13-15; 16-21
    Rhode Island (37, 2) 1-2, 2-4, 18-20
    URI (37, 2) 17, 21, 23
Aquarone, Marie-Christine (37, 3) 17-20
Arabian Gulf ecology (39, 2) 24
Arctic Ocean, (39, 2) 11-14
Ardito, Tom (41,3) 23-24
Arnold, Eve M. (39, 3) 18-20
artificial reefs (38, 2) 12-14
asteroid impacts (39, 3) 21-24
Atlantic salmon (38, 2) 4-6
atmospheric dust (39, 3) 18
August, Peter V. (38, 3) 13-15; (40, 2) 12; (41,3) 1-2
awl-sedge (37, 1) 24


bacterial vaccines (41, 2) 16-18
Barnett, Stanley M. (38, 1) 14
Bell, Emily C. (39, 2) 15-17, 24
Bengtson, David (37, 2) 17; (40, 2) 1
Benway, Robert L. (41, 1) 2-6
biodiversity (41, 4) 1-24
bioinvasions (41, 4) 1-24
biomechanics (39, 2) 15-17
bioremediation (41, 2) 2
biotechnology (41, 2) 22-24
    ethical issues (41, 2) 2-9
Bird, Robert T. (38, 2) 7-11
birds (39, 2) 8-10
Borden, David V.D.( 37, 1) 17-19
boundary layers (39, 2) 18-21
Boyd, James Robert (40, 2) 20
Bradley, Terrence (37, 2) 17; (38, 2) 4, 6; (41, 2) 1
Buckley, Larry (37, 1) 11; (41, 2) 25-28
Burroughs, Richard (37, 3) 23


Callahan, Jeffery (38, 1) 5-7
carbon cycle (39, 2) 3
Carey, Steven (39, 3) 1-2, 9, 14-17
Carlson, Lynn (38, 3) 8, 9
Carlson, Robert E. (37, 2) 11-13
Carlton, James (41, 4) 9; 20-21; 24
Casagrande, Richard A. (41, 4) 16-19
Casey, Kenneth (40, 1) 14-16
Castro, Kathleen M.( 37, 1) 11
Chafee, John H. (40, 1) 2-4
Chambers, Randy (41, 2) 2-9
Chang, Pei Wen (37, 2) 17
Chrysopsis mariana (L.) Elliott (38, 1) 24
clams-diseases (37, 2) 17
climate and fisheries (37, 1) 12-14
coastal ecology (38, 3) 3-5
Coastal Institute (URI) (38, 3) 5, 24; (39, 1) 1-2
coastal national parks (38, 3) 16-18
Coastal Resources Center (URI) (39, 4) 8-9; (40, 1) 17-19; (40, 3&4) 9-11
Coastal Resources Management Council (RI) (41, 3) 21-22
coastal waters (39, 1) 1-2
coastal zone management (37, 3) 13-17; (38, 3) 1-3; (40, 1) 17-19
coastal zone management careers (40, 2) 20
COASTMAP (38,1) 17-20
Cobb, Stanley (38, 3) 1-3
cod (37, 1) 11
College of the Environment and Life Sciences (URI) (40, 3&4) 1-56
Collie, Elizabeth (38, 3) 25; (39, 2) 22-23
Collie, Jeremy (37, 1) 1-2, 11; (38, 2) 23
Collyer, Charles E. (39, 1) 4-5
Conrad, Julian (40, 2) 12-13
conservation biology (39, 2) 8
continental shelf ecosystem (41, 1) 7-9
coral reef conservation (40, 2) 6-7
Crassostrea virginica (38, 3) 19-20



D'Hondt, Steven L. (38, 2) 23; (39, 3) 21-24
DeAlteris, Joseph (37, 1) 11, 20-22
deep sea drilling involvement, GSO (39, 3) 13-16
DNA vaccines (41, 2) 16-18
dolphins (37, 1) 7-10
drugs from the sea (38, 1) 13-16
drug resistance (41, 2) 19-21
Durbin, Ann G. (37, 1) 11
Durbin, Edward (37, 1) 11
Dyer, Christopher L. (39, 2) 5-6, 24


Earle, Sylvia (39, 1) 20-24
Ellis, William G. (40, 2) 8
Enser, Richard (41, 4) 3-5
environmental acoustics (40, 2) 9
Environmental Biotechnology Initiative (URI) (41, 2) 10-12
environmental monitoring (38, 1) 17-20
Epstein, Bonnie (40, 1) 12-13
estuary management (38, 3) 21-23
exploration geoscience (40, 2) 4-5


Fillon, Richard H. (40, 2) 4-5
fish diseases (37, 2) 11-13
fish populations (37, 1) 3-6, 11, 12-14
fish stock (38, 2) 23
fisheries and climate (37, 1) 12-14
fisheries-New England (37, 1), 1-2, 20-22; (38, 2) 1-3
fishery management (37, 1) 15-16, 17-19
Fogarty, Michael J. (37, 1) 23
Fox, Jeff (39, 3) 3-5
Furnas, Miles (40, 2) 19
fish diseases (41, 2) 13-15; 16-21
fish eggs (41, 2) 25-28
flounder (41, 2) 22-24
Franklin-Folger chart (41, 1) 25
Fugate, Grover (41, 3) 21-22


Galilee Bird Sanctuary (38, 3) 14
genetic engineering (41, 2) 2-9
Geographic Information Systems (38, 3) 13-15; (39, 1) 13-16; (40, 2) 11, 12-13
Ginis, Isaac (38, 2) 24; (40, 1) 20-24
Ginsberg, Howard S. (41, 4) 13-15
global environmental change (40, 1) 2-4
global warming (40, 1) 1
Gold, Arthur J. (38, 3) 10-12; (41, 3) 3-5
Golet, Frank (38, 3) 14; (39, 2) 10
Gomez-Chiarri, Marta (41, 2) 16-18; 21
Gorden, William R. (37, 3) 23; (38, 2) 12-14
Gould, Lisa Lofland (37, 2) 22-24; (41, 4) 22-23; 24
Goulet, Julien (41, 1) 2-6
Grateloupia (41, 4) 6-9
Green, Linda (41, 3) 19-20
Greenwich Bay (RI) (41, 3) 6
Grigalunas, Thomas A. (38, 3) 21-23
Groffman, Peter (38, 3) 10; (41, 3) 3-5
groundfish fisheries-New England (38, 2) 1-3; (39, 2) 5-6
groundwater pollution (41, 3) 6-7
GSO research programs (39, 4) 18-27
GSO (URI) (40, 3&4) 22-34
Gulf Stream (39, 1) 8-12; (41, 1) 10-14; 19-22


Hale, Lynne (40, 1) 17-19
Hanson, Alfred K. (40, 1) 8-9
Hara, Tetsu (39, 1) 6-8; (39, 2) 18-21
Hargraves, Paul (38, 1) 14; (41, 4) 1-2
Harlin, Marilyn (38, 3) 10; (39, 2) 24; (41, 4) 6-9
Hickey, Patricia (41, 3) 13-15
Hickox, Sara (39, 1) 1-2, 20
Hsu, Ailing (40, 2) 11
hurricane modeling (40, 1) 20-24
hurricane prediction (38, 2) 24
hydrogeology careers (40, 2) 12-13


ice cores (40, 1) 5-6, 7
ICM (integrated coastal management) (40, 1) 17-19
immunoglobulins (41, 2) 22-24


Jamestown (RI) Bridge (38, 2) 12-14
Jeffries, H. Perry (37, 1) 12-14
JOIDES Resolution (39, 3) 2
Jossi, Jack W. (41, 1) 2-6
Joubert, Lorraine (41, 3) 16-18
Juan Fernandez microplate (38, 2) 7-11
Juda, Lawrence (37, 3) 2-4, 23


Keeney, Timothy R.E. (38, 3) 6-9
Kennett, James (39, 3) 6, 8
Kenney, Robert D. (37, 1) 7-10
Kerr, Meg (41, 3) 10-12
Kerr, Richard A. (40, 2) 18
King, John (38, 1) 1
Klein, Maury (39, 1) 21
Klenk, Kristin Elmstrom (40, 2) 14-15
Knauss, John A. (37, 3) 1, 22; (38, 2) 17, 15
Krausse, Gerald H. (37, 3) 9-12


LaBash, Chuck (39, 1) 13-16
Larson, Roger L. (38, 2) 7; (39, 3) 7, 10-13
Law of the Sea (37, 3) 2-4, 20-21, 22
Leinen, Margaret S. (38, 1) 2; (38, 2) 15; (38, 3) 24; (39, 3) 6-9; (39, 4) 1-2
lobsters (37, 1) 11
Logan, Patrick (41, 2) 10-12
Loomis, George (37, 2) 8-10; (38, 3) 11
Lyme disease (38, 3) 15


Macaulay, David (39, 1) 2
Macy, William K. (37, 1) 11
mantle dynamics (39, 3) 4
Maranda, Lucie (38, 1) 14
marine affairs careers (37, 3) 17-20
Marine Affairs Dept.(URI) (39, 4) 28-29; (40, 3&4) 35-36
marine affairs journalism (40, 2) 2-3
Marine Affarirs Program (URI) (37, 3) 1, 23, cover 3
marine bioinvasions (41, 4) 9
marine biotechnology (38, 1) 13-16
marine ecology (37, 1) 3-6
marine industry (38, 1) 3-4
marine law (37, 3) 5-8
marine microbial ecology (39, 2) 2-4
marine plankton, effects of ultraviolet light on (40, 1) 8-9
marine programs (URI) (40, 3&4) 1-56
marine research (URI) (39, 4) 1-2
marine science careers (40, 2) 1-24
maritime anthropology (39, 2) 5
Marti, Bruce (37, 3) 23
Martin, Lenore M. (41, 2) 19-21
mass extinction (38, 2) 23
Matzinger, Mary (38, 2) 25
McCarthy, Elena (40, 2) 9
Menezes, Sunshine (41, 4) 10-12
merchant marine vessels (41, 1) 1
Merrill, John (40, 1) 1
mole crabs (38, 3) 25
Moran, S. Bradley (39, 2) 11-14
Mork, Martin (41, 1) 19-22
mosquito management (41, 4) 14-15
Myrshall, Dennis (38, 3) 14


Narragansett Bay Estuary Program (41, 3) 24
Naser, Curtis R.(41, 2) 2-9
National Park Service Cooperative Park Studies Unit (38, 3) 16-18
Natural Resource Science Dept. (URI) (39, 4) 33-34
Neff, Eric D. (39, 1) 3
Nelson, David R. (41, 2) 13-15
Newton, Lisa H. (41, 2) 2-9
nitrogen (38, 3) 10-12
Nixon, Dennis W. (37, 1) 15-16; (37, 2) 2-4; (37, 3) 5-8, 23
Nixon, Scott (38, 3) 10; (39, 1) 17-19
NOAA ships of opportunity (41, 1) 2-6
Noone, Kevin (38, 2) 19-22
North Atlantic Current (39, 1) 8-12
North Atlantic oscillation (41, 1) 15-18
northern bayberry (37, 3) 24
numerical weather prediction (40, 1) 24


Ocean Drilling Fellowships (39, 3) 18-20
Ocean Drilling Programs (39, 3) 1-2
ocean engineering careers (40, 2) 9, 16, 21-22
Ocean Engineering Dept. (URI) (39, 4) 35-36
ocean sediments, North Pacific (39, 3) 20
Ocean Technology Center (URI) (38, 1) 5-6; (39, 4) 37
oceanography teaching (40, 2) 8, 14-15
Oleander (M/V) (41, 1) 10-14
Olsen, Stephen B. (37, 3) 23; (38, 3) 3-5
Opaluch, James J. (38, 3) 21-23
Opishinski, Thomas (38, 1) 17-20
ornithology (39, 2) 8-10
otter trawling (37, 1) 20-22
Oviatt, Candace A. (38, 3) 19-20
ozone depletion (40, 1) 8-9


Paleoceanography, GSO research (39, 3) 6
paleoclimatology (40, 1) 12-13
patents (38, 1) 21-23
Pathfinder Project (40, 1) 14-16
Paton, Peter (39, 2) 7-10
Pawcatuck River (RI and CT) (41, 3) 13-15
Pawcatuck Watershed Partnership (41, 3) 13-15
Pell, Claiborne (37, 3) 20-21
Pell Marine Science Library (39, 4) 37
peptides (41, 2) 19-21
Perez-Brunius, Paula (41, 1) 19-22
Pettaquamscutt River (RI) (41, 4) 10-12
phytoplankton bloom (41, 1) 8-9
Pilson, Michael E.Q. (39, 1) 17-19
plant invasions (41) 2-5
plovers (39, 2) 9
Pokalny, Robert (38, 2) 19-20
Pollnac, Richard B. (37, 2) 5-7


RAFOS float (38, 1) 10-12
red alga (39, 2) 24
red seaweed (41, 4) 6-9
Reverdin, Gilles (41, 1) 15-18
Rheault, Robert (37, 2) 17, 18-19
Rhoads, Dennis (37, 2) 17
Rhode Island Natural History Survey (41, 4) 22-23
Rhode Island Nuclear Science Center (39, 4) 39
Rhode Island Sea Grant College Program (39, 4) 40-42
Ribb, Richard (41, 3) 23-24
Rice, Michael A. (37, 2) 1-2, 17, 19, 21
Roman, Charles T. (38, 3) 16-18
Rossby, H. Thomas (38, 1) 10-12; (39, 1) 8-12; (41, 1) 1; 10-14
Rothstein, Lewis (38, 2) 24
Ryan, John (41, 1) 7-9


Saila, Saul B. (37, 2) 13; (38, 2) 1-3
salt ponds, RI (41, 3) 21-22
satellite remote sensing (39, 1) 6-8
scallop culture (40, 2) 10
scarlet pimpernel (37, 2) 24
Schwartze, George (41, 1) 10-14
science teaching (40, 2) 14-15
science theatre (39, 1) 19-21
science writing careers (40, 2) 18
scientific knowledge (39, 1) 17-19
sea surface temperature (40, 1) 12-13, 14-15
shaggy golden aster (38, 1) 24
Sherman, Kenneth (37, 1) 3-6; (40, 2) 23-24
Shimizu, Yuzuru (41, 2) 19; (38, 1) 13-16
ship tracks (38, 2) 19-22
ships of opportunity (41, 1) 2-6
shoreline change - Fire Island, NY (39, 1) 13-16
Sigurdsson, Haraldur (39, 3) 9, 14-17
Simmons, Robert (40, 2) 17
Smith Todd R. (38, 2) 4-6
Smith, Christopher (40, 2) 11
Smith, David C. (39, 2) 2-4
Soffientino, Bruno (41, 2) 22-24
soil ecosystems (40, 1) 10-11
Spaulding, Malcolm L. (38, 1) 17-20
Specker, Jennifer L. (37, 2) 17; (38, 1) 8-9; (38, 2) 4, 6
squid (37, 1) 11
Stuckey, Irene H. (37, 1) 24; (37,2) 22-23, 24; (37, 3) 24; (38, 1) 24
submarine geology-E. Pacific Ocean (38, 2) 7-11
Sucher, Cara (40, 1) 5-6
Sullivan, William (38, 3) 10
Swallow, Stephen K. (41, 3) 8-9
Swift, Judith (39, 1) 19-21



Tammi, Karin (40, 2) 10
Tighe, Stacey A. (40, 2) 6-7
Tremblay, George (37, 2) 17
Turtle, Quentin C. (38, 1) 21-23
turtles, Mexico (39, 2) 24


Urish, Daniel W. (41, 3) 6-7


vaccines (41, 2) 16-18
vector-borne disease (41, 4) 13-15
vibriosis (41, 2) 13-15
Villalard-Bohnsack, Martine (41, 4) 6-9
Villareal, Tracy (38, 2) 17
viral vaccines (41, 2) 16-18
volcanoes western Caribbean (39, 3) 14-17
volunteer watershed monitoring (41, 3) 10-12; 19-20
VOS (volunteer observing ships) (41, 1) 1


warm water, North Atlantic Ocean (41, 1) 19-22
wastewater disposal systems (38, 3) 12
water pollution (41, 3) 6
Water quality-Rhode Island (38, 3) 6-9
water resources management careers (40, 2) 17
waterfronts (37, 3) 9-12
watershed management (41, 3) 10-12; 16-18
watershed pollution, map analysis of (41, 3) 16-18
watershed science (38, 3) 10-12
Watershed Watch Program (URI) (41, 3) 19-20
watersheds (41, 3) 1-24
West, Niels (37, 3) 13-17
West Nile virus (41, 4) 13
whales (37, 1) 7-10
Wolff, Nicholas (38, 3) 19-20
Wood-Pawcatuck watershed (RI and CT) (41, 3) 9; 13-15
Woollen, Edmund B. (38, 1) 3-4
Wright, Raymond M. (38, 3) 8; (41, 3) 6-7


Yoder, James A. (38, 2) 15-18
Young, Chip (40, 1) 17-19


zooplankton (37, 1) 11

 

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