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    • Habitat Enhancement And Protection Shamrock Island, Corpus Christi, TX 

      Moseley, J.C. Shiner, J.A.; Calnan, T. (, 2003)
      No abstract available
    • Habitat Enhancement and Protection- Shamrock Island, Corpus Christi Bay, Texas. 

      Moseley, J.C. et al (, 1994)
      Shamrock Island, in Nueces County, Texas, is experiencing severe erosion. The island contains unique birs habitat and valuable wetlands. The Conservancy, obtained funding for a habitat restoration and protection project. ...
    • Highlights: Recreational Fishing Use of Artificial Reefs on the Texas Coast 

      Graefe, Alan R.; Ditton, Robert B. (Texas Coastal and Marine Council, 1978)
      This study sought to determine the extent to which the Liberty Ships were used for fishing during 1977 by the population of fishermen residing in the eight-county area surrounding Houston and Galveston.
    • Historical freshwater inflow alteration and its potential effect on estuarine biota in Gulf of Mexico estuaries: workshop summary, Pensacola Beach, Florida, March 14-16, 1995 

      Gulf of Mexico Program; US National Ocean Service Strategic Environmental Assessments Division (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1995)
      In cooperation with the Freshwater Inflow Committee of the US Environmental Protection Agency's Gulf of Mexico Program (GOMP), NOAA's Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEA) Division convened a workshop from March 14-16, ...
    • The history of Galveston Bay resource utilization 

      Henson, Margaret Swett (Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1993)
      From a historian's viewpoint, this is a documentation of human activity over a period of 14,000 years. Information was used from newspapers, interviews, books and memories. Starting with the formation of the ecosystem ...
    • Homeport Story: An Imaginary City Gets Ready for a Hurricane 

      United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1971)
      The Homeport Story is a minor work of fiction about a major, real problem in Atlantic and Gulf coastal communities - hurricane preparedness. Homeport was invented a few years ago by the National Weather Service of the ...
    • Horizontal Configuration of the Lasagna (TM) Treatment Technology - User Guide 

      United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2002-06)
      This report is a user's guide that discusses the technology and operations unique to the installation and operation of the horizontal configuration of the Lasagna (TM) integrated soil remediation technology. This technology, ...
    • Houston Ship Channel and Galveston Bay: Texas Water Commission and EPA turn their backs. 

      Hammer, Donald T.; Cole, Henry S. (, 1989)
      New information available from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reveals that industries discharge hundreds of millions of pounds of toxic chemicals into the Houston Ship Channel and its feeder streams each year. ...
    • Houston Ship Channel success story 

      Houston-Galveston Area Council, Community and Environmental Planning (Houston-Galveston Area Council, 1992)
      Serving as the port for the largest petrochemical complex in the world, the Houston Ship Channel is part of the third largest port in the United States. However, the ship channel was declared biologically dead in October ...
    • How Much More Will Houston Sink? The Disturbing Problem of Land Surface Subsidence 

      Marshall, A. Frank, Jr. (Houston Engineering and Scientific Society, 1973)
      This paper documents the amount of land subsidence in the Galveston Bay area which has resulted from extensive ground water pumping. Attempts are made to predict the future degree of subsidence.
    • How to Build Storm Resistant Structures 

      American Wood Preservers Institute; National Forest Products Association; Southern Forest Products Association (Southern Forest Products Association, 1970)
      Homes and buildings which best withstand hurricane winds and tides generally fall into threes categories:-1) High ground locations, 2) Elevated pole-frame systems, 3) Secure achorage and fastenings from foundation to roof ...
    • How You Can Help Galveston Bay 

      Galveston Bay Foundation (Galveston Bay Foundation, 2000)
      No abstract available. Promotional brochure for Galveston Bay Foundation.
    • HSC 2000 (Draft) Review by HOGANSAC 

      (, 1995)
      No abstract available.
    • Human Links to Coastal Disasters 

      H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment (H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment, 2002)
      Within a broad vulnerability framework, this report examines human factors influencing vulnerability, beginning with policies and practices that drive coastal development. Subsequent chapters make a unique contribution to ...
    • Hurricane Action 

      American National Red Cross (American National Red Cross, 1971)
      The American National Red Cross under its congressional charter has the responsibility "to continue and carry on a system of national and international relief in time of peace and apply the same in mitigating the sufferings ...
    • Hurricane Awareness - Report of the 1975 Hurricane Awareness Program 

      Texas Catastrophe Property Insurance Association; Texas Coastal and Marine Council (Insurance Information Institute, 1975-12-16)
      This is the final report of the 1975 hurricane awareness program. The purpose of the 1975 Hurricane Awareness Program [is] to reach as many residents and property owners in Texas Coastal area with an effective message about ...
    • Hydrographic and climatological data 

      Hofstetter, Robert P. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
      Twenty stations were established in Galveston Bay to maintain records of hydrographic and climatological conditions as an aid in evaluating ecological changes in the bay.
    • Hydrographic and climatological data - Oyster Investigations 

      Shidler, Jon K. (Texas Game and Fish Commission Marine Laboratory, 1961)
      Objectives: To maintain records of hydrographic and climatological data as an aid in evaluating changes in bay fauna. To summarize these records in a form which makes their interpretation as components of the biotic ...
    • Hydrographic and Climatological Data - San Antonio and Espiritu Santo Bays - Oyster and Fisheries Investigations of Area M-5 

      Childress, U. R. (Texas Game and Fish Commission Marine Laboratory, 1961)
      The period of study covered a major flood in the area. San Antonio Bay had below normal salinities throughout this study period. At the same time water temperatures were above normal during the winter months sue to a mild ...
    • Hydrographic and Climatological Data - San Antonio and Espiritu Santo Bays - Oyster and Fishery Investigations of Area M-5 

      Childress, U. R. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-09-27)
      Objectives: To maintain records of hydrographic and climatological conditions as an aid in evaluating ecological changes in the bay system.