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ISO 14000 Resource Directory
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1997-10)
This Directory provides information about current initiatives related to the developing ISO 14000 series of environmental standards. Interest in the standards among governments, nongovernmental organizations, industry and ...
Summary of the Phytoremediation State of the Science Conference; Boston, Massachusetts, May 1-2, 2000
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2001-11)
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is charged by Congress with protecting the Nation's land, air, and water resources. Under a mandate of national environmental laws, the Agency strives to formulate and implement ...
New Options for Dredging in Barataria-Terrebone
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1998)
No abstract available.
Gulf of Mexico program: guidance for issue committee rankings of 1995 projects preproposals: living aquatic resources
(U.S. Gulf of Mexico Program Office, 1995)
We propose the following tasks. Task 1: Conduct a literature search of studies of Gulf of Mexico salt marsh and mangrove ecosystems. A brief critique of these studies will be written focusing on duration of each study, ...
Armand bayou: A tender spot of wilderness amid sprawling suburbia.
(Texas A&M Sea Grant, 1990)
No abstract available.
Wetlands Disposition and Protection Act of 1991
(U.S. House of Representatives, 1991)
The stated purpose is to provide for the protection and preservation of wetlands property held by the Resolution Trust Corporation.
Texas water and environmental guide
(Austin Publishing, Incorporated, 1989-90)
No abstract available
Perspectives on environmental issues in Galveston Bay area and across the state of Texas (1990-2000)
(Rice University, Department of Sociology, 2001)
This research project is a continuation of a 1997 survey completed by the same author (See Acc#8678) and provides an update to the Galveston Bay Estuary Program including surveys from 1996, 1998, and 2000. This report ...
America's sea, keep it shining: Gulf of Mexico symposium held December 10-12th, 1992 at Innisbrook, Tarpon Springs, Florida
(Gulf of Mexico Program, John C. Stennis Space Center, 1992)
The second biennial Gulf of Mexico Symposium convened at Innisbrook, Tarpon Springs, Florida on Thursday, December 10, 1992 under the banner, American's Sea - Keep It Shining. This symposium focused on environmental ...
Keeping streams flowing: In-stream flow issues involve water development, the environment, and even snakes and dinosaur tracks.
A new line of reasoning is emerging that says in-stream flows are valuable to protect and maintain fishery habitats, recreation, commerce, navigation, water quality and hydroelectricity generation. In-stream flow issues ...