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    • Major issues affecting Galveston Bay 

      Miller, B. (Texas A&M University, 1990)
      Lecture outlines the history of Galveston Bay, discusses the competing needs for its resources, and addresses a number of relevant environmental and political issues.
    • Major oil spills jolt Gulf of Mexico, Houston Ship Channel 

      New Waves: The Research Newsletter of the Texas Water Resources Institute (The Texas Water Resources Institute, 1990)
      This short article discusses the two major oil spills off the Texas coast in the summer of 1990.
    • Major port improvement alternatives for the Texas coast 

      Berriman, J. Wallace and John B. Herbich (Texas A&M University, 1977)
      The lack of port facilities capable of handling VLCCs and ULCCs, coupled with a rapidly growing volume of imports and exports of bulk commodities and projected growth in oil importation and refining levels, make it imperative ...
    • Major Texas floods of 1936. 

      Dalrymple, T. (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937)
      No abstract available
    • Making a Better Bay - The Beneficial Uses Group 

      Gorini, Dick, Phil Glass, Rusty Swafford, Eddie Seidensticker, and Andy Sipocz (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 2001)
      The Port of Houston, with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is deepening and widening the Houston Ship Channel from a configuration of 400 feet wide by 40 feet deep to 530 feet wide by 45 feet deep and extending the channel ...
    • The making of a city: Baytown, Texas, since consolidation. 1948-1998. 

      Young, B.A. (Lee College, 1998)
      No abstract available
    • Making progress in the West Bay 

      (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1993)
      No abstract available
    • Making Sense of Open Space for Galveston Bay Communities 

      Shead, Linda R. (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2003)
      To communities struggling to meet increasing demands for services with insufficient revenues, undeveloped land appears to be a taxing opportunity waiting to happen. Certainly no one can successfully argue that the value ...
    • Maladaptation in a marginal population of the mosquito fish, Gambusia affinis. 

      Stearns, S.C.; Sage, R.D. (, 1980)
      At Armand Bayou, Texas, mosquito fish (Gambusia affinis) living in a small freshwater stream had fewer, larger young and made smaller reproductive efforts than mosquito fish living 150-300 meters away in large, brackish ...
    • The mammal guide. 

      Palmer, R.S. (Doubleday and Company, 1954)
      This field guide includes a description of the animal, habitat, reproduction, habits, economic status, range map and a color plate for each species of U.S. mammal.
    • The mammals of eastern Texas. 

      McCarley, W.H. (, 1959)
      Fifty-six species of mammals occur or have occurred in East Texas since 1900. Of these 56 species, three (Euarctos americana, Felis onca, Felis pardalis) should be considered extirpated. One native species (Castor canadensis) ...
    • The mammals of North America. 2 Vols. 

      Hall, E.; Kelson, K.R. (Ronald Press., 1959)
      A complete taxonomic work on the mammals of North America. Contents include keys, drawings, description, range maps and location of type specimens.
    • The mammals of Texas. 

      Davis, W.B. (, 1960)
      Gives the major groups or orders of mammals in Texas and also provides keys to the orders and species. Characteristics of each species and range, distribution, food and breeding habits are described.
    • The mammals of Texas. 

      Davis, W.B. (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1974)
      No abstract available
    • Mammals of the Gulf of Mexico 

      Gunter, Gordon (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
      The mammalian fauna of the Gulf of Mexico consists of the manatee, the West Indian seal, and various cetaceans. In this account repetitions of keys and anatomical descriptions are omitted. An attempt has been made to ...
    • Mammals of the world. 3 Vols. 

      Walker, E.P. (John Hopkins University Press, 1964)
      The main section constitutes most of Volumes I and II. In this section the orders, families and genera are treated. General statements are made concerning each order and family of mammal. Specific details are given on the ...
    • Man's Impact on the Global Environment: Assessment and Recommendation for Action. Report of the Study of Critical Environmental Problems (SCEP). 

      (MIT Press, 1970)
      The study, which was sponsored by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T), concentrated on the global climatic and ecological effects of several specific pollutants in the atmosphere land ocean system. This ...
    • Man's Impact on the Outer Banks of North Carolina 

      Dolan, Robert (United States Department of the Interior National Park Service Office of Natural Science, 1972)
      No abstract available.
    • Man's response to coastal change in the northern Gulf of Mexico. 

      Davis, D.W.; McCloy, J.M.; Craig, A.K. (, 1987)
      No abstract available