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Preliminary report on shellfish producing waters in the Galveston area.
(Texas State Department of Health, Shellfish Sanitation Branch, and Galveston County Pollution Survey, 1950)
It is a well known fact that oyster production in the Galveston Area has all but disappeared. For more than a score of years shellfish reefs have shown a marked decline in both quantity and quality. No oyster beds have ...
Sanitary pollution in the Harris County - Galveston Bay area.
Discusses sewage disposal and pollution in Harris County waterways. Much progress has been made in polluton abatement recently, but data are presented that indicate the situation is still not acceptable. Several stations ...
The Gulf of Mexico Program. Partnership for action.
(Gulf of Mexico Program, 1958)
The general health of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem is declining, as are its resources. Five states join together to form the Gulf of Mexico Program which sponsors an agenda for action. In this video, the agenda for action ...
The use of diatom populations as a measure of water quality in selected areas of Galveston Bay and Chocolate Bayou
(University of Texas, Institute of Marine Science, 1959)
By use of the truncated log normal distribution, analysis has been made of the diatom population from several areas in Chocolate and Galveston Bays, Tex. The results of these analyses were compared with the results of ...