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Public health action agenda for the Gulf of Mexico. First generation-management committee report: framework for action
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Gulf of Mexico Program, 1993)
The Gulf of Mexico contains ecological and commercial resources matched by few other bodies of water. Yet its blue-green waters disguise the increasing environmental threats that endanger these resources. In recognition ...
Coastal preserves for Galveston Bay.
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Non-point source pollution is top research priority.
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Status of efforts to control aquatic debris
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1994)
This document serves to summarize past and ongoing activities of Federal agencies to assess and control the introduction of man-made debris into the aquatic environment. It can be used to coordinate and build multiagency ...
America's sea, keep it shining: Gulf of Mexico symposium held December 10-12th, 1992 at Innisbrook, Tarpon Springs, Florida
(Gulf of Mexico Program, John C. Stennis Space Center, 1992)
The second biennial Gulf of Mexico Symposium convened at Innisbrook, Tarpon Springs, Florida on Thursday, December 10, 1992 under the banner, American's Sea - Keep It Shining. This symposium focused on environmental ...
Tidal San Jacinto River ambient toxicity study: August 2-9, 1988 and January 10-17, 1989. Final report.
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory and Science Applications International Corporation., 1989)
The tidal San Jacinto River is an estuary located in southeast Texas adjacent to the City of Houston. A dredged channel, the Houston Ship Channel, was created along portions of the San Jacinto River. The Houston Ship ...
The decline of Galveston Bay: A profile of government's failure to control pollution in an endangered American estuary
(The Conservation Foundation, 1972)
Identification of the policies and practices, public and private, that have constituted negligence toward water and related land resources in the ship channel and Galveston Bay area. Houston Ship Channel is probably one ...
Industry and the environment
(Nabby Dodge Corp., 1999)
The Nature Conservancy describes their policy and beliefs. They believe in three major policies that they base their organization on: good science, cooperation rather than confrontation, and partnership. The Nature ...
The dredging dilemma: How not to balance economic development and environmental protection
(University of California, Institute of Governmental Studies, 1990)
For months, huge modern ships, hired to carry containers of clothes and consumer electronics from Asia to American stores and to return to Japan with California fruit and cotton, have been unable to sail fully laden into ...
Marine and estuarine protection: programs and activities
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, 1989)
Coastal and marine waters are being viewed more and more as a unique resource. The very richness of the coastal environment has led to increasing migration of the nations population to the coast. The EPA has identified ...