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Depositional history and rate of deposition of a flood-tidal delta, central Texas coast.
C14 dating of shells from Harbor Island, a flood tidal delta complex on the Central Texas coast, indicates that basal barrier island sand began accreting 6300 years ago at about 10 meters below present sea level. By 4900 ...
Turning to the Sea: American's Ocean Future
(U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration, Office of Public and Constituent Affairs, 1999)
A report for the Cabinet to the President recommending a coordinated, disciplined, long-term federal ocean policy.
Water quality assessment with agro-environmental indexing of non-point sources, Trinity River Basin
(, 2000 Jul)
A comprehensive water quality assessment was conducted to determine the potential impacts of agriculture on surface and groundwater quality. The EPIC (Environmental Policy Integrated Climate) model was used to simulate ...
Nephtys cryptomma, new species (Polychaeta: Nephtyidae) from the northern Gulf of Mexico.
A new species of polychaetous annelid, Nephtys cryptomma, is described from the northern Gulf of Mexico. The species is most abundant on sandy bottoms and appears to reproduce during the spring.
Distribution of sediments and sedimentary structures in the Gulf of Mexico
(Gulf Publishing Company, 1972)
Results of three types of investigations are described and combined to obtain a better understanding of transport and deposition characteristics that played a role during the accumulation of at least the upper 7 meters of ...
Scoloplos texana: a new orbiniid polychaete from south Texas, with notes on the related species Scoloplos treadwelli Eisig.
A new species of orbiniid polychaete was discovered during a survey of Corpus Christi and Redfish Bays in South Texas. A description is given, and information on its location and habitat. A comparison with the related ...
A new marine Cercaria (Digenea: Aporocotylidae) from the southern quahog Mercenaria campechiensis.
A new larval aporocotylid trematode, Cercaria mercenariae n. sp., is described from the gonadal tissue of the Southern quahog Mercenaria campechiensis (Gmelin) collected from Galveston, Texas. C. mercenariae most nearly ...
Coastal Fisheries project report, 1974
(Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1974)
This report is a collection of 4 papers covering the projects by the Coastal Fisheries Division of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for the year of 1974.
Point Source Pollution Management in Galveston Bay
(University of Texas at Austin, 1992)
No abstract available. Item not held by GBIC or TAMUG.
Nonpoint Source Water Pollution Control Report for the State of Texas.
(Texas Water Commission, 1988)
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