Reductions of reservoir storage capacity by subsidence and sedimentation.
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The effects of shrimp trawling on sediment oxygen demand and the release of trace metals and nutrients from estuarine sediments. Warnken, Kent W., Gary A. Gill, Timothy M. Dellapenna, Ron Lehman and Mead Allison (, 2003)No abstract available
Isolation of Enteroviruses from Water, Suspended-Solids, and Sediments from Galveston Bay - Survival of Poliovirus and Rotavirus Adsorbed to Sediments Rao VC; Seidel KM; Goyal SM; Metcalf TG; Melnick JL (, 1984)The distribution and quantitation of enteroviruses among water, suspended solids, and compact sediments in a polluted estuary are described. Samples were collected sequentially from water, suspended solids, fluffy sediments ...
Ambient water and sediment quality of Galveston Bay: present status and historical trends. Vol. I: Final Report. Vol. II: Extended Technical Report. Vol. III: Appendix A - General Information. Vol. IV: Appendix B - Galveston Bay Water Quality Analyses. Vol. V: Appendix C - Galveston Bay Sediment Quality Analyses. Ward, George H., and Neal E. Armstrong (Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1992)For many years, data relating to the quality of water and sediment have been collected in the Galveston Bay system by a variety of organizations and individuals. The objectives of data collection have been equally varied, ...