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Final feasibility report and environmental impact statement. Galveston Bay area navigation study. Volume 4: Appendix D - engineering design and costs.
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1988)
This appendix presents the results of several engineering investigations. Section 2.0 develops appropriate design criteria for the study area. These criteria are applied to produce a range of possible channel dimensions ...
Proposed oil and gas lease sales 113/115/116 Gulf of Mexico OCS region, draft environmental impact statement.
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Economic development and local governance of Galveston Bay.
(Texas A&M University, Department of Political Science., 1989)
The main purpose of this study is to focus attention on Galveston Bay area local governing entities, and those duties and actions which may affect and be affected by the Galveston Bay system. Specifically, we are interested ...
Galveston Bay Comprehensive Environmental Impact Statement and Full Disclosure of Cumulative Impacts
The Galveston Bay system is the most productive estuarine system on the Texas Coast. At this time, at least seven proposed federal projects (each the subject of a separate environmental impact statement (EIS)) have the ...
Freshwater Inflow to Galveston Bay
(McFarlane & Associates, 1987)
Galveston Bay is the most productive estuary in Texas. The Trinity River provides one-half of the freshwater inflow and nutrients, and a substantial amount of the sediment, which reaches Galveston Bay. The Lake Livingston ...
Buffalo Bayou and Tributaries, Texas - Addicks and Barker Dams - Environmental Assessment Dam Safety
(United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1981-11)
Addicks and Barker Reservoirs in their present configuration do not meet Corps of Engineers criteria for dam safety. Under existing conditions with flows of large enough magnitude to fill the reservoirs, spillage would ...