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    47G Ocean Sciences & Technology: Hydrography [2]
    48 Natural Resources & Earth Sciences [1]
    48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management [9]
    48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology;Arundo donax;Avicennia germinans;Bays;Chemical properties;Distichlis spicata;East Bay;Erosion;Estuaries;Galveston;Galveston bay;Grasses;Ocean waves;Physical properties;Planting;Plants;Salinity;Salt marshes;Shore protection;Shoreline stabilization;Shores;Sites;Soil erosion;Soil stabilization;Swamps;Texas;Texture;United States;Vegetation;Water; [1]
    48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;50D Civil Engineering: Soil & Rock Mechanics;91H Urban & Regional Technology & Development: Regional Administration & Planning;Area;Clear Lake;Cost;Cost analysis;Cost comparison;Costs;Damage;Damage assessment;Demand;Earth fills;Economic impact;Economics;Estimates;Faults;Flooding;Galveston;Galveston bay;Groundwater;Gulf Coast;Houston;Land;Land subsidence;Land use;Prices;Property values;Pumping;Rates;Resources;Sources;Structures;Subsidence;Surface waters;Texas;Texas Gulf Coast;United States;Values;Water;Water demand;Water rates;Water resources;Watercourses;Waterways;Withdrawal; [1]
    48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;Barriers;Coastal topographic features;Coastal zone management;Composition;Concentration;Data;Dissolved gases;Dredging;Galveston;Galveston bay;Gulf Intracoastal Waterway;Inland waterways;Inorganic nitrates;Inorganic phosphates;Intercoastal waterways;Land use;Maintenance;Metals;Model studies;Monitoring;National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration;Nutrients;Ocean circulation;Operation;Oxygen;pH;Quality;Rates;Recreation;Salinity;Sampling;Sea Grant Program;Sedimentation;Sedimentation rates;Sediments;Spaceborne photography;Tables;Temperature;Texas;Texas Gulf Coast;Turbidity;United States;Water;Water pollution;Water quality management; [1]
    48F Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Geology & Geophysics [1]
    48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology [19]
    48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology;50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;57 Medicine & Biology;Abundance;Analysis of variance;Area;Chemical properties;Conservation;Construction;Ecology;Estuaries;Galveston;Galveston bay;Nitrogen compounds;Nurseries;Organic compounds;Penaeus aztecus;Penaeus setiferus;Phosphorus compounds;Population;Resources;Rivers;Salinity;Sampling;Shellfish;Shrimp;Statistical analysis;Structures;Texas;Trinity Bay;Trinity River;Trinity River Basin;United States;Wallisville Reservoir;Water;Water resources;Water supplies; [1]
    48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology;50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;68C Environmental Pollution & Control: Solid Wastes Pollution & Control;Bolivar Peninsula;Dredge spoil;Dredged material research;Dredged Material Research Program;Dredging;Ecology;Estuaries;Fish;Galveston;Galveston bay;Habitat;Marine biology;Peninsulas;Planting;Productivity;Reclamation;Reviews;Solid waste disposal;Swamps;Texas;Tidewater;United States;Vegetation;Waterways;Wildlife; [1]
    48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;91A Urban & Regional Technology & Development: Environmental Management & Planning;Army Corps of Engineers;Bacteria;Biochemical oxygen demand;Carbon;Coliform bacteria;Concentration;Data;Dissolved solids;Galveston;Galveston bay;Houston;Investigations;Mathematical models;Meteorology;Models;Nitrogen;Phosphorus;Precipitation;Quality;Rainfall runoff relationships;Resources;Runoff;Solids;STORM mathematical model;Texas;United States;Urban areas;Urban hydrology;Water;Water pollution;Water quality;Water quality data;Water resources; [1]
    48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology;96A Business & Economics: Domestic Commerce,Marketing & Economics;Appendices;Beaches;Benefit cost analysis;Cost;Costs;Data processing systems;Dredging;Econometrics;Economic development;Economic value;Estuaries;Estuarine dynamics;Galveston;Galveston bay;Gulf Coast;Gulf Coast estuaries;Inland waterways;Instrumentation;Management planning;Mass;Mathematical models;Measurement;Remote sensors;Salinity;Sediment transport;Shallow water;Temperature;Tide gages;United States;Volume;Water;Water flow;Water temperature; [1]
    48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology;Area;Bays;Data;Dissolved oxygen;Fisheries;Galveston;Galveston bay;Habitat;Hydrographic surveys;Industrial wastes;Marine;Nitrogen;Nitrogen organic compounds;Oxygen;Phosphorus;Salinity;Temperature;Texas;Topographic features;United States;Water;Water pollution;Water temperature; [1]
    48I Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Cartography [1]
    50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering [3]
    50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;50D Civil Engineering: Soil & Rock Mechanics;Barriers;Bays;Beach erosion;Damage;Density;East Bay Texas;Estuaries;Galveston bay;Grasses;Ocean waves;Plant growth;Planting;Plants;Protection;Sea water;Sedimentation;Shore protection;Soil stabilization;Survival;Texas;Tires;United States;Vegetation; [1]
    50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;57C Medicine & Biology: Botany;57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology;57Z Medicine & Biology: Zoology;68C Environmental Pollution & Control: Solid Wastes Pollution & Control;Botany;California;Comparison;Connecticut;Connecticut River;Construction;Data;Deposits;Direction;Disposal;Dredged material research;Dredged Material Research Program;Dredged materials;Dredging;Ecosystems;Florida;Galveston;Galveston bay;Georgia;Habitability;Habitat;Habitats;James River;Long range;Management;Manmade;Monitoring;Operation;Oregon;Plant communities;Plants;San Francisco Bay;Sand;Sites;Sound;South;Texas;Time;United States;Virginia;Waste disposal;Waterways;Wetlands;Wildlife; [1]
    50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology;68C Environmental Pollution & Control: Solid Wastes Pollution & Control;Bolivar Peninsula;c;Civil engineering;Columbia River;Connecticut;Connecticut River;Construction;Cost;Costs;Design;Disposal;Dredged material research;Dredged Material Research Program;Dredged materials;Dredging;Earth fills;Ecology;Environmental management;Galveston;Galveston bay;Habitat;Habitats;Maintenance;Management;Modification;Nott Island;Operation;Oregon;Planning;Plant growth;Sand;Sediment transport;Sites;Soils;Texas;United States;Vegetation;Waterways;Wildlife; [1]
    50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;Alternatives;Brines;Calibration;Concentration;Conductivity;Copper;Data;Delaware Bay;Density;Desalination;Desalting plants;Design;Dilution;Disposal;Ecology;Estuaries;Flumes;Galveston bay;Hydraulic models;Industrial wastes;Ions;Jet flow;Marine;Metallic ions;Mixing;Model studies;Model tests;Outfall sewers;Planning;Plants;Recommendations;Rivers;Salts;San Diego Bay;Thermal pollution;United States;Velocity;Volume;Water;Water pollution;Waterways; [1]
    50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;Brines;Delaware Bay;Desalination;Desalting plants;Design;Dispersing;Distribution;Dyes;Estuaries;Facilities;Fluid flow;Galveston;Galveston bay;Hydraulic models;Industrial wastes;Inflow;Model studies;Model tests;Models;Operation;Outfall sewers;Plants;Rates;Rivers;Salinity;San Diego Bay;Thermal pollution;Time;United States;Values;Volume;Water;Water pollution;Waterways; [1]