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Water quality of Trinity Bay. Second Graduate Res. Symp., 1969, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.
No abstract available
Least-cost analysis for the Houston Ship Channel
The analysis showed that comprehensive planning can be enhanced through the discriminate use of optimization techniques, as expected. Computational results indicate significant reduction in waste treatment cost for the ...
Galveston Bay water quality study-- historical and recent data.
(University of Texas, Center for Research in Water Resources, 1964)
This report describes the Galveston Bay area, summarizes some of the projections which may influence the domestic and industrial growth of the area, depicts the quality of the waters as observed by various survey groups, ...
Animal waste runoff -- a major water quality challenge.
No abstract available
A one-dimensional, steady-state, nonidealized technique for estuarine analysis and its application to the Houston Ship Channel.
(Texas A&M University., 1968)
Two analytical, computerized models which analyze water quality in an estuarine system under steady-state conditions are developed. The models are applicable to homogenous estuaries, highly stratified estuaries, and partially ...
The Galveston Bay Work Plan - Appendices
(Texas A&M University, 1966)
The Work Plan for the development of a comprehensive water quality management program for Galveston Bay and its tributaries is based on recommendations of the eleven task committees which were assigned responsibility for ...
Future municipal and industrial water requirements quality and return flow aspects in the Neches, Trinity, San Jacinto, Brazos, Colorado, Guadalupe, San Antonio, and Nueces River Basins.
The report describes the future quality of water for the year 2010 in the United States Study Commission - Texas area and determines the amounts of augmentation water required to maintain the water quality criteria adopted ...
Biological-ecological studies of Galveston Bay, Texas. Second quarterly report. July 1, 1969
(The University of Texas, Marine Science Institute at Port Aransas, 1969)
This report contains four individual parts: 1) Species Diversity, 2) Phytoplankton Toxicity, 3) Limiting Nutrients, 4) River Inflow.
Marine science affairs - A year of plans and progress. The second report of the President to the Congress on marine resources and engineering development. February 1968.
(National Council on Marine Resources and Engineering Development, 1968)
This report is an account of policies, programs, and accomplishments of the Federal Government for utilizing the oceans more effectively in meeting goals and aspirations of our Nation. The report highlights opportunities ...
Organic carbon levels in some aquatic ecosystems.
An infrared gasometric method was used to investigate the organic carbon levels in the coastal waters of Texas, in contributing rivers, and in some other selected systems. The highest concentration of organic carbon found ...