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Lavaca-Tres Palacios estuary: a study of the influence of freshwater inflows. Draft report.
(Texas Department of Water Resources, 1979)
The Texas Water Plan of 1968 tentatively allocated specific annual amounts of water to supplement freshwater inflow to Texas' bays and estauries. These amounts were recognized at the time as no more than preliminary estimates ...
Mathematical models of water quality parameters for rivers and estuaries: research project completion report
(Texas A&M University, Texas Water Resources Institute, 1972)
The development of computer models for mass transport in estuaries has been an important engineering activity for the past decade. However, only a limited amount of work has been done in modeling the two-dimensional ...
Hydrography of South Carolina estuaries, with emphasis on the north and south Edisto and Cooper rivers
(South Carolina Wildlife and Marine Resources Department, 1978)
This report presents the hydrographic results of the first tow years of the Estuarine Survey. The data in this report should provide a better understanding of some of South Carolina's major estuaries and point out areas ...
Processes affecting ambient temperatures in shallow estuaries.
No abstract available
Appendices to Galveston Bay project, water quality modeling and data management: phase II technical progress report: rough draft.
(Tracor, Inc., 1971)
This report accompanies the Galveston Bay Project, water quality modeling and data management: phase II technical report (Acc#2226). The appendices included are historical trends of chemical, biochemical, and bacteriological ...
Management of industrial waste discharges in complex estuarine systems: second annual report.
(Texas A&M University Environmental Engineering Division., 1970)
This report is the second annual report prepared under the project, Management of Industrial Waste Discharges into Complex Estuarine Systems. The project is supported in part by grant #16090DQW from the Federal Water ...
Estuarine pollution, a bibliography.
(U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Water Resources Research, Water Resources Scientific Information Center., 1973)
No abstract available
Study of the Effects of Fresh Water on the Plankton, Benthos, and Nekton Assemblages of the Lavaca Bay system, Texas
(Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Coastal Fisheries Branch, 1976)
This study was typified by above-normal freshwater inflow. The average inflow into the Lavaca Bay system during this 30-month study (1944 cfs) was about 59% above normal (1,254 cfs). Inflow was greater than 4000 cfs ...