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Texas Marine Resources: The Industrial View
(Texas A&M University, Sea Grant Program, 1970)
This booklet represents a summary statement of the first Texas A&M University Sea Grant Workshop, "Marine Resources: The Industrial View." The meeting marked the beginning of a series of working sessions designed to find ...
Armand bayou: A tender spot of wilderness amid sprawling suburbia.
(Texas A&M Sea Grant, 1990)
No abstract available.
Environmental factors affecting seedling establishment of the Black Mangrove on the central Texas Coast.
The effects of salinity, water turbulence, water depth, and temperature on the establishment of seedlings of black mangrove (Avicennia germinans L.) on the Central Texas coast were evaluated in the laboratory. Salinity ...
A guide to pollution prevention for small businesses: preventing nonpoint source pollution
(Galveston County Health District, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, and Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 1998)
This manual is designed to help small businesses improve the quality of their operations and to reduce nonpoint source pollution. This manual is also designed to be used by local governmental agencies, trade associations, ...
Houston Ship Channel success story
(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 ...
Galveston Bay oyster maps. Shell Island to Green's Cut; bathymetry and reefs
(Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1992)
The Galveston Bay Oyster Map series is a collection of maps corresponding to the report: The Status of Oyster Reefs in Galveston Bay, Texas by Eric N. Powell, Jungguen Song, and Matthew Ellis (refer to Accession #7014). ...
Ecological Changes Associated with the Industrialization of Cedar Bayou and Trinity Bay, Texas
(Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1974)
Cedar Bayou (a tributary of Galveston Bay) and Trinity Bay were studied before and after construction and operation of two industries. Cedar Bayou is the discharge site for U.S. Steel Company, and the intake site for Houston ...
Shell dredging sedimentations in Galveston and San Antonio Bays 1964-1969.
Sedimentation on oyster reefs caused by hydraulic mudshell dredging was studied at seven sites in Galveston and San Antonio Bays. Silt baskets, core tubes and oyster tongs were used to monitor rates of sedimentation. ...
U.S. Steel's Texas Works built with ecology in mind.
This brief paper summarizes U.S. Steel's operations at Baytown, Texas, and their approach to pollution management.
Rehabilitation of public oyster reefs damaged or destroyed by a natural disaster. (Completion report July 1979- September 1980).
(Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1980)
Flooding on the Trinity River during 1979 was severe. Oyster mortality began in late May when salinity dropped. Shell plantings were begun on 10 June 1980 and completed on 2 July 1980. Oyster shell was sprayed in a thin ...