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Trinity - San Jacinto estuary: A study of the influence of freshwater inflows
(Texas Department of Water Resources, 1981)
The provision of sufficient freshwater inflow to Texas bays and estuaries is a vital factor in maintaining estuarine productivity, and a factor contributing to the near-shore fisheries productivity of the Gulf of Mexico. ...
Texas shore protection
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1981)
This brochure was prepared by the Galveston District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide information on the causes of shore erosion and the possible solutions to shore erosion problems. It is intended for use ...
Ecology of open - bay bottoms of Texas: a community profile
(U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Research and Development, National Wetlands Research Center, 1987)
Open-bay bottoms represent one of the most extensive habitats in any estuarine system, especially in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico estuaries of Texas. Seven major estuarine systems are found here (Sabine Lake, Galveston ...
FLTG, Incorporated, Crosby, Texas: Natural Resource Mitigation Preliminary Wetlands Site Selection Assessment
(ENSR Consulting and Engineering, 1989)
As part of the French Limited remediation plan, it will be necessary to mitigate impacts that may have occurred to natural resources due to past releases of chemical constituents at the site. Freshwater sloughs which ...
Red tide in Texas: an explanation of the phenomenon.
(Texas A&M University Sea Grant College Program., 1986)
Red tide is a natural phenomenon caused by tiny, single-celled marine organisms called dinoflagellates. Red tides have been around for millions of years. There seems to be a red tide recorded in the Bible. Of the more ...
Brief History of Project Nine of the Texas A&M Research Foundation 1947-1950
(Texas A&M Research Foundation, 1980-04)
No abstract available.
Intensive Survey of the Trinity River Segment 0805 July 1983
(Texas Department of Water Resources, 1984-09)
An intensive water quality survey was conducted on the Trinity River (Segment 0805) on July 11-15, 1983. Twenty-six mainstream stations, nine tributary stations, and six dischargers were sampled. Stream width ranged from ...
Guide for Preparation of Quality Assurance Project Plans for the National Estuarine Program
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1988-06)
This document presents guidance for completing the elements of a QA project plan specified by OWRS QA-1, "Guidance for the Preparation of Combined Work/Quality Assurance Project Plans for Environmental Monitoring," May ...
Shelfwater response to the cold winters of 1977 and 1978 in the South Atlantic Bight (SAB)
Hydrographic data from winter and summer cruises during the 1976 and 1979 period were used to illustrate atypical oceanographic conditions in the SAB, especially during the cold winters of 1977 and 1978. During this period ...
Navigation Risk Assessment and/or Ship Simulator
(Texas Coastal & Marine Council, 1981)
The TCMC seems to be trying to deal with two separate and distinct issues. One is an assessment of the current risk to navigation and possible ways to reduce those risks in the future. The other is the promotion/acquisition ...