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    • Lake Bastrop 

      Texas Parks and Wildlife (, 1992)
      This article covers the newest nominee for intensive large-mouth bass management by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Lake Bastrop. Lake Bastrop is a small, 900-acre, power plant cooling reservoir in the Lost Pines ...
    • Lake Como Quadrangle. Texas - Galveston Co. 

      U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Army Map Service. (U.S. Geological Survey., 1977)
      A topographic map accurately represents the natural and manmade features of the land. USGS topographic maps are compiled to National Map Accuracy Standards using modern mapping techniques. The shape and elevation of the ...
    • Lake Houston watershed: waste treatment management agencies population study. Draft. 

      Houston - Galveston Area Council, Community and Environmental Planning. (Houston - Galveston Area Council, Community and Environmental Planning., 1983)
      This report presents updated estimates and revised projections of population for census tracts and sewer service areas within the Lake Houston watershed. During the initial phase of water quality management planning ...
    • Lake Houston, Harris County, Texas. 

      National Eutrophication Survey. (, 1977)
      Annual total phosphorus and total nitrogen loading to the lake were estimated and subdivided according to either point or non -point source origin. An assessment of the lake's trophic condition and limiting nutrients is ...
    • Lake Stephenson Quadrangle. Texas. 

      U.S. Geological Survey (U.S. Geological Survey., 1977)
      A topographic map accurately represents the natural and manmade features of the land. USGS topographic maps are compiled to National Map Accuracy Standard using modern mapping techniques. The shape and elevation of the ...
    • Lakes and Ponds 

      Woodward, Susan L. (Greenwood Press, 2003)
      A lake is any water-filled depression on land that is cut off from an inflow of ocean water. Any such body of water -from a puddle to one of the Great Lakes - can be considered a lake, although many people call smaller, ...
    • A laminar-flow choice chamber for testing the responses of postlarval penaeids to olfactants 

      Benfield, M.C.; Aldrich, D.V. (, 1991)
      A laminar-flow dichotomous choice chamber has been developed for testing the responses of postlarval brown shrimp. Penaeus aztecus, and white shrimp, Penaeus setiferus, to olfactants. Test animals were provided with equal ...
    • Land - State Alternatives for Planning and Management 

      Council of State Governments Task Force on Natural Resources and Land Use Information and Technology (Council of State Governments, 1975)
      In June 1973, the Council of State Governments created a Task Force on Natural Resources and Land Use Information and Technology, whose major purpose was to foster discussion and review of related problems and programs in ...
    • Land and water resources-Houston-Galveston Area Council. 

      St. Clair, A.E.; Proctor, C.V., Jr.; Fisher, W.L.; Kreitler, C.W.; McGowen, J.H. (University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, 1975)
      No abstract available
    • Land in Jeopardy 

      Cahn, Robert (Christian Science Monitor, 1973)
      A series of articles entitled "Land in Jeopardy"
    • Land Resource Management System for Texas 

      Texas Land Resource Management Committee (Texas Urban Development Commission, 1971)
      The report contained in this volume is the product of an intensive study by the Land Resource Management Committee of the Commission. This Committee was formed in early 1971 as a result of concerns expressed by the Commission ...
    • Land resources of Texas: a map of Texas lands classified according to natural suitability and use considerations 

      Kier, R.S.; Garner, L.E.; Brown, L.F., Jr. (Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, 1977)
      The Land Resources of Texas map classifies and describes the variety of lands in the State and depicts their distribution and interrelationships. Texas citizens and various government agencies can use the map to understand ...
    • Land subsidence and associated externalities in the coastal area of Texas. 

      Warren, J.P.; Jones, L.L. (, 1975)
      No abstract available
    • Land subsidence costs in Houston- Baytown area of Texas. 

      Jones, L.L.; Warren, J.P. (, 1976)
      Pumping of ground water has caused subsidence of as much as 9 ft in the Houston area. Costs for this water have not included damage caused by the subsidence. In this paper, an economic model based on damages reported on ...
    • Land subsidence in the United States 

      Babbitt, B.; Groat, C.G. (U.S. Department of the Interior; U.S. Geological Survey, 1999)
      All over the United States, people are dealing with the problem of land subsidence due to the withdrawal of ground water or the application of water at the land surface. This report focuses on the three principal processes ...
    • Land subsidence in the western states due to groundwater overdraft. 

      Poland, J.F. (, 1972)
      Development of farm lands in most of the western states has required irrigation by surface water or groundwater, supplemental to precipitation. In areas where the supply of surface water has been small, agricultural ...
    • Land subsidence: Menace to the Texas Gulf Coast. 

      Deberry, J.E. (, 1977)
      A major resource of the Texas Gulf Coast has been an abundant supply of low cost water from two major aquifers below Harris and Galveston counties. The phenomenon of land subsidence due to overpumping was noticed as early ...
    • Land subsidence: proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Land Subsidence, held at Houston, Texas, 12-17 May 1991 

      Johnson, A.I.; (International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 1991)
      Sixty-two of the one hundred papers presented at the Fourth International Symposium on Land Subsidence (FISOLS) are included in this report. The purposes of this symposium were: 1) to bring together international ...
    • Land Treatment of Wastewater: A Natural Alternative 

      United States Army Corps of Engineers (United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1980-09)
      No abstract available.
    • Land use - land cover maps of Texas. (Reprinted in 1978). 

      Ouzts, W. Glenn (Texas Department of Water Resources, 1977)
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