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Texas coastal wetlands: A handbook for local governments
(Texas General Land Office, Coastal Division, 1996)
This handbook has been prepared to provide relevant information for local officials, citizens, landowners, and groups interested in conserving , creating, or restoring wetlands along the Texas coast. It focuses on local, ...
(KUHT Houston Public Television, 1991)
This video discusses wetlands present in Texas. This video was a result of a segment on KUHT Public television.
Texas coastal wetlands: Status and trends, mid-1950's to early 1990's
(U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Southwestern Region, 1997)
This report was prepared by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to analyze the status and trends of coastal Texas wetlands. Comparison data was collected on a 12.8 million-acre study area using aerial photographs from the ...
Cumulative habitat impact assessment (revised). Appendix D: individual project review summaries (2 Volumes).
(Port of Houston Authority, 1995)
This report addresses 23 parameters for 10 past, present, and reasonably foreseeable future projects viewed as pertinent to the bay's condition. These parameters include biological, physical, chemical, socioeconomic, and ...
Texas Wetland Information Network (WetNet) project: implementation of an Internet-based network to facilitate the acquisition, use, and exchange of wetland-related information: Supplemental final report
(Texas Genral Land Office, Coastal Division, 1997)
The Texas General Land Office was granted an extension on the Texas Wetlands Information Network (WetNet) to maintain and improve the WetNet web site by incorporating new participating entities. The main goal of the ...
West side airport permit gets second look.
No abstract available
Tidal wetlands and estuarine coliform bacteria
(Plenum Press, 1980)
High concentrations of indicator bacteria (tidal and fecal coliforms) are common in Delaware estuarine waters which have large areas of adjacent tidal wetlands. The relation between tidal wetlands and these high coliform ...
Galveston Bay habitat conservation blueprint: A plan to restore the habitats and heritage of Galveston Bay: Sites, strategies, and resources
(Galveston Bay Foundation, 1998)
The Galveston Bay system supports many activities including fishing, tourism, recreational boating, petrochemical, birding spots, and fisheries. Many habitats such as marshes, oyster reefs, beaches, sandbars, mud and sand ...
The mitigation banking debate.
Although attractive to economists, landowners, and developers, mitigation banks are opposed by many environmental groups and agencies.
National wetlands inventory, League City, Texas. 1950s.
No abstract available