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Ecological Survey of the South Bay Area, Especially That Area which was Influenced by Boca Chica Pass While It was Open - Development Survey of the Waters of South Bay in Cameron County, Especially That Area Which Would be Affected by the Opening and Closing of Boca Chica Pass
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-12-31)
Objective: To obtain a knowledge of ecological conditions which now exist in the area and to compare them with conditions which existed while the pass was open.
Bio-Assay and Chemical Analysis of Texas Company Refinery Waste Waters, Port Neches, Texas, Plant - Industrial Waste Control in Region MP-1
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-06-01)
Objectives: (1) Determine the effects of the waste waters on marine life; (2) Encourage corrections to pollution problems.
Bioassay and Chemical Analysis of Pure Oil Refinery's Waste Waters, Port Neches, Texas - Pollution Waste Control in Region MP-1
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1961-01-15)
No abstract available.
Bio-Assay and Chemical Analysis of Jefferson Chemical, Texas-U.S. Chemical Goodrich Gulf, and Neches Butane Waste Waters, Port Neches, Texas - Industrial Waste Control in Region MP-1
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-06-30)
Objectives: (1) To determine which of the four plants are contributing to the pollution load on the Neches River; (2) To determine toxic chemicals and its effects on fish life; (3) Encourage company officials to correct ...
A one-dimensional, steady-state, nonidealized technique for estuarine analysis and its application to the Houston Ship Channel.
(Texas A&M University., 1968)
Two analytical, computerized models which analyze water quality in an estuarine system under steady-state conditions are developed. The models are applicable to homogenous estuaries, highly stratified estuaries, and partially ...
Initial evaluation of salinity patterns in the Houston Ship Channel.
(Texas A&M University, Civil Engineering Department., 1968)
No abstract available
Least-cost analysis for the Houston Ship Channel
The analysis showed that comprehensive planning can be enhanced through the discriminate use of optimization techniques, as expected. Computational results indicate significant reduction in waste treatment cost for the ...
Comprehensive survey report on Trinity River and tributaries, Texas
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1962)
This appendix contains detailed hydrologic, hydraulic design, and water resource data pertinent to formulation of the comprehensive plan of improvement for the Trinity River Basin and provides a basis for statements relating ...
Galveston Bay Study: phase I: Technical Report. Volume 2: Summary.
(Tracor, Incorporated, 1968)
Due to the general interest in the Galveston Bay Study, and the varying backgrounds and purposes of those concerned, two separate reports on the work conducted by TRACOR during Phase I have been prepared. One, the Technical ...
The Galveston Bay Work Plan - Appendices
(Texas A&M University, 1966)
The Work Plan for the development of a comprehensive water quality management program for Galveston Bay and its tributaries is based on recommendations of the eleven task committees which were assigned responsibility for ...