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Investigation of the Existence of Pollution in Chiltipin Creek - Pollution Abatement in Regions M-4 through M-9
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-11-01)
The Chiltipin Creek's main function at present is to transport oilfield waste from four major and two minor fields. This high saline and oily waste is slowly destroying nursery grounds for game fish and shrimp and increasing ...
Detection and Measurement of Pollution and Its Effects on Marine Organisms in Chiltipin Creek and Copano Bay - Pollution Abatement in Region V
(Texas Game and Fish Commission Marine Laboratory, 1962)
Chiltipin Creek, previously classed as a route for disposal of industrial wastes, has no commercial or recreational value from a fisheries viewpoint. However, it empties into a body of water that is valuable to both the ...
Investigation of the Existence of Pollution in Chiltipin Creek
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
The Chiltipin Creek's main function at present is to serve as a route for disposal of oil field wastes from three fields. These wastes are high in total chlorides and oil content and are in sufficient amounts to deem the ...