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Gulf of Mexico sales 123 and 125: central and western planning areas. Final environmental impact statement.
(U.S. Minerals Management Service, 1989)
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Texas hurricane awareness program.
Few events have more impact on the nation's shoreline than major hurricanes which kill hundreds, inflict billions of dollars in damages, and cause major changes in the natural environment. Texas has suffered greatly from ...
Hurricanes on the Texas coast: Survival and Recovery (3).
(Texas A&M University., 1975)
The destructive ferocity of a hurricane is almost beyond comprehension. In one 24-hour period a hurricane can generate heat energy equal to 400 20- megaton bombs and can circulate almost one trillion tons of air carrying ...
Highland Bayou, Texas, (flood protection).
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers District., 1971)
The project involves enlargement and rectification of the natural bayou channel and diversion of flows from the upper part of the watershed through an artificial channel. This project will provide desirable improvements ...
Proceedings of the sixth dredging seminar.
(Texas A&M University., 1974)
The volume contains eight papers presented at the Sixth Dredging seminar held January 25, 1974. Titles include: The 1973 Mississippi flood and the role of hydraulic dredging; Significance of chemical contaminants in ...
Proposed OCS oil and gas sales 67 and 69
(U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, New Orleans Outer Continental Shelf Office, 1981)
Current energy demands are met primarily by domestic and foreign fossil fuels, but dependence on foreign imports will heighten the inherent problems with that supply. The need to increase our own resource production to ...
Does oil affect the marine environment?
(Public Affairs Department, Exxon Company, U.S.A., 1975)
Twenty-three scientists and thirty-one graduate student assistants team up for two years to answer a question long debated by ecologists but never before as definitively studied by scientists: What effect if any does ...
Galveston Island - a changing environment.
(Texas A&M University ., 1980)
The final report of a one year remote sensing study of baseline conditions at Galveston Island, Texas is presented. The purpose of the project was to provide the City of Galveston with environmental documentation needed ...
Texas Coastal Management Program ecological systems component: users' manual
(Texas General Land Office, 1978)
This manual was written to assist professional biologists in the use of the Ecological Systems Component (ESC) of the Activity Assessment Routine. The ESC is a documentation and bookkeeping system for assessment of ...
Aquatic disposal field investigations Galveston, Texas, offshore disposal site. Evaluative Summary.
(U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, 1978)
Investigated in 1975 and 1976, the physical (sedimentological), chemical, and bilogical impacts of dredged material disposal at an authorized disposal site offshore Galveston, Tex. A hopper dredge was used for dredging ...