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Texas coastal management program: current permitting processes in State and Federal natural resource agencies. Volume 1 and Volume 2
(Texas General Land Office, 1976)
This volume contains the rules of the Texas state agencies most concerned with coastal matters and is intended as a ready reference for those concerned with the existing permitting authority of state agencies. The material ...
Environmental analysis for development planning Chambers County, Texas. Coastal zone management a proposed incremental change system for Texas.
(Southwest Center for Urban Research, 1974)
This paper does not address the initial stages of program formulation. Instead, it looks as selected portions of the management program itself, with particular attention to methods of implementing the control requirements. ...
Atlas of the United States environmental issues
(Macmillan Publishing Company, 1990)
State by state, city by city, the Atlas presents the most up-to-date data concerning the condition of our wildlife and wilderness, natural resources and energy, agricultural lands, and urban centers. More than 130 four-color ...
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 ...
Alternative energy facility siting policies for urban coastal areas: executive summary of findings and policy recommendations.
(U.S. Department of Energy., 1980)
Energy and environmental policy constantly confront conflicting goals in pursuit of an amorphoud national interest. Urgent policy decisions must be made in the face of imcomplete data and competitive demands from powerful ...
A conceptual report: Transportation in the Texas coastal zone.
(Texas, Office of Governor, Division of Planning Coordination, 1973)
The Coastal Zone of Texas contains the most diverse grouping of valuable natural resources in the state. Because many of these resources are irreplaceable assets belonging to the people of Texas, they should be conserved, ...
The functions and values of coastal wetlands
(Texas General Land Office, Coastal Management Program, 1993)
The overall purpose of this document is to survey and assess the policies, laws, and requirements of federal agencies, Texas state agencies, and other coastal states to determine the methods used in value assessment, ...
Prudent management helps wetlands.
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Texas Coastal Management Plan. Public meeting November 29, 1990, Galveston, Texas.
(Texas General Land Office, 1990)
Several community members expressed their views on the Texas Coastal Managment Plan in a public meeting held on November 29, 1990 in Galveston, Texas.