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Proceedings of the National Wetland Classification and Inventory Workshop
(United States Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Biological Services, 1976-07)
In 1974 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service directed its Office of Biological Services to design and conduct a new national inventory of wetlands. For a number of reasons, it was decided that an attempt be made to develop ...
Wading birds as biological indicators: 1975 colony survey.
(U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service., 1977)
In 1975 we studied the suitability of wading birds (herons and their allies) as biological indicators in the coastal environment. Eight teams of investigators located and censused 198 colonies along the Atlantic coast ...
Report on the Use, Development, and Administration of Granted Tidelands and Submerged Lands
(California State Lands Commission, 1976-01)
The State of California, in its sovereign capacity, possesses legal title to: 1. Tidelands, i.e., the area situated between the ocean's low and high water marks on the State's shoreline, including inlets or tributaries, ...
Existing State and Local Wetlands Surveys (1965-1975) Volume II. Narrative
(United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 1976-05)
Increased knowledge of the value of wetlands has led many State and Federal agencies to regard this land-water complex as a critically valuable national resource. In 1974, the U.S. Department of Interior directed the U.S. ...
Wildlife of the Texas Coastal Zone
(Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1978-05)
Coastal wildlife provides both economic and aesthetic benefits. Especially important to man are waterfowl, fish-eating birds and shorebirds, deer, squirrel, turkey, doves, quail, fur-bearers, and threatened species. Many ...
An application for a management program development grant, Sec. 305 PL 92-583 Title III. Management of the coastal zone.
(Texas General Land Office., 1974)
The proposed development of a coastal zone management program for Texas has arisen from the growing awareness that current coastal problems are becoming increasingly complex due to conflicts over use of our finite coastal ...
Physical management of coastal floodplains: guidelines for hazards and ecosystems management. Draft final manual.
(Conservation Foundation., 1978)
No abstract available
Physical management of coastal floodplains: guidelines for hazards and ecosystems management. Task one report.
(Conservation Foundation., 1977)
No abstract available
A conceptual report on the management of bay and estuarine systems. Phase I.
(University of Texas at Austin, Division of Natural Resources and the Environment., 1972)
The anticipated future growth of population and industry in Texas' Coastal Zone will have a significant effect on the natural resources of that area of the state. Thus, the State of Texas must develop and maintain a ...
The estuarine zone: uses and concerns.
(Texas A&M University, 1971)
An estuary is part of the coastal area known as a bay, tideflat, bayou, lagoon or marshland. The biological characteristics are summarized with the importance to certain species of fishes, marine animals, waterfowl, plants, ...