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    • B I G Handbook 

      League of Women Voters of the Bay Area (League of Women Voters of the Bay Area, 1975)
      This B I G Handbook has been prepared as a public service of by volunteers from the League of Women Voters of the Bay Area with the aid and advice of many experts. A copy was given to each person who attended the Bayou ...
    • Bacteria in our Bayous 

      Houston-Galveston Area Council (Houston-Galveston Area Council, 2000)
      No abstract available.
    • Bacterial Water Quality Standards for Recreational Waters (Freshwater and Marine Waters) Status Report 

      United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1998-05)
      The purpose of the Status Report is to provide a brief overview of the bacterial water quality standards that have been adopted by states for their marine and fresh recreational waters in the United States. This report is ...
    • Baffin Bay Survey Quarterly Report - October 1, 1951 to December 31, 1951 

      Breuer, Joseph P. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1952-01)
      The quarterly period of October, November, and December, 1951 was spent, as the previous two quarters, in conducting the biological and ecological survey of the Baffin Bay area. This survey includes such collections as the ...
    • Basic Survey and Inventory of Commercial Oyster Population in Aransas Bay 

      Heffernan, Thomas L. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
      Objective: Effort has been directed toward the formulation of an accurate survey of the relative abundance of commercial oyster populations in the Aransas Bay area as an aid in determining potential conservation methods ...
    • Basic Survey of the Area Near Yarbrough Pass 

      Simmons, Ernest G. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
      Periodic proposals have been made that the upper Laguna Madre be connected to the Gulf of Mexico by means of a fish pass near old Yarborough Pass. Many theories have been advanced as to the probable effects of such a pass ...
    • Basic Survey of the Flora Components of the Matagorda Bay Area M-4 - General Ecological Survey of the Matagorda Bay Area 

      Day, Donald S. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-07-01)
      Objective: To prepare a checklist of the forms present in area M-4 and designate their location and abundance.
    • Basic Survey of the Floral Components of the Matagorda Bay Area 

      Day, Donald S. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
      Objective: To prepare a checklist of the forms present in Area M-4 and locate them on a study map.
    • Basin Summary Report 2006 

      Houston-Galveston Area Council (Houston-Galveston Area Council, 2006)
      This report highlights many of the important initiatives H-GAC and its local partners are pursuing under the Clean Rivers Program in response to issues of concern, from coordinating federal, state and local water quality ...
    • Bay Briefings - Freshwater Inflow 

      Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
      Galveston Bay is an estuary, a semi-enclosed coastal water body that has a free connection with the open sea. In an estuary, freshwater from rivers and streams mixes with sea water. Freshwater enters Galveston Bay from the ...
    • Bay Briefings - Habitat Protection 

      Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
      The Galveston Bay estuary is a rich ecosystem featuring many different types of natural areas, or habitats. Salt marshes, freshwater wetlands, forests, cypress swamps, and prairies are among these unique wild places. By ...
    • Bay Briefings - Public Health 

      Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
      Galveston Bay is one of the nation's most productive estuaries. It is estimated that seafood production generates an estimated $3.1 billion annually to our region's economy. The Bay supports one-third of the state's ...
    • Bay Briefings - Seafood Consumption Advisories 

      Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
      Contamination of fish and shellfish in some areas of Galveston Bay and its tributaries poses a health risk to consumers of these seafoods. The contaminants may be either chemicals or pathogens (disease-causing organisms). ...
    • Bay Briefings - Shoreline Management 

      Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
      Galveston Bay supports a wide variety of uses, including industrial processing (such as oil and gas extraction and petrochemical operations), shipping, fisheries, recreation, and tourism. These activities have a direct ...
    • Bay Briefings - Species Protection 

      Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
      The Galveston Bay estuary features an amazing variety of animals, from barnacles to bald eagles; from oysters to otters; from red-eared sunfish to redfish. Galveston Bay's wildlife is also valuable economically. According ...
    • Bay Briefings - Spills, Fills, and Dumping 

      Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
      Spills related to industry and shipping are often thought to be the most common and the most dangerous to the environment. However, sensitive habitats and wildlife populations can be harmed as much by the improper disposal ...
    • Bay Briefings - Water and Sediment Quality 

      Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
      Galveston Bay's water quality has improved over time and the bay's waters, with some notable exceptions, are generally considered healthy. However, as population and development increase around the Houston-Galveston region, ...
    • Bay Repair Kit 

      Cross, Tom; Folit, Ruth (Sarasota Bay Project, 1989)
      You can do something significant to improve this corner of the planet. Most pollution to our nearby bays and other waterways comes not from one or two big dirty industries, but from each of us.
    • Bay Scallop Restoration Project in Chincoteague Bay 

      United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1999-04)
      No abstract available.
    • Bays in Peril: A forecast for freshwater flows to Texas estuaries 

      National Wildlife Federation (National Wildlife Federation, 2000)
      No abstract available.