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Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants. 50 CFR 17.11 & 17.12
(U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Publications Unit, 1993)
This is a compilation and special reprint of 50 CFR 17.11 and 17.12 and is current as of the date shown on the cover. Minor changes and corrections to the October 1, 1991, compilation of 50 CFR have been incorporated in ...
Improving interactions between coastal science and policy: proceedings of the Gulf of Mexico symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 25-27, 1995
(National Academy Press, 1996)
The National Research Council's Ocean Studies Board (OSB) began a study in 1991 to examine the existing interactions between coastal scientistis and policymakers, and to recommend means to improve these interactions and ...
This article covers the newest nominee for intensive large-mouth bass management by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Lake Bastrop. Lake Bastrop is a small, 900-acre, power plant cooling reservoir in the Lost Pines ...
Law of the sea - implications for coastal states. A symposium.
(Texas Law Institute of Coastal Marine Resources, 1974)
It is axiomatic that the law changes to reflect new technological developments as well as emerging community needs. This process is reflected in the law of the sea. The first effort to codify and develop the law of the sea ...
Gulf snapper dilemma.
The Gulf Council in mid-March voted to request emergency action from the Secretary of Commerce, requesting a 1,000 pound trip limit for commercial fishermen until May 11. The commercial season that started in January was ...
The charterboat industry has been trimmed down after conservative fish management limits were installed during the past several years. Now they have a major obstacle of Coast Guard user fees for licensing and inspection.
Water Resources Development in Texas 1989
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Division, 1989)
The US Army Corps of Engineers entered a new era following passage of the Water Resource Development Act of 1986. The act's non-federal cost-sharing provisions required focus on an entirely different manner of doing ...
Water Resources Development in Texas by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1981.
(US Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Division, 1981)
This publication is a revision of the pamphlet published in January 1977. It has been prepared in response to many and continuing inquiries concerning the activities of the Corps of Engineers in connection with the ...
Water for Texas: the Trans-Texas Water Program
(Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1993)
Background -- The 1992 update of the Texas Water Plan projected population growth and identified water supply needs into the 21st Century. Substantial immediate needs exist in areas supplied by the San Jacinto River ...
House Bill No. 2
An act relating to the conservation, development, and protection and enhancement of the quality of, and flood and subsidence control for, surface and underground water and providing various financing mechanisms to finance ...