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    2;47D Ocean Sciences & Technology: Biological Oceanography;96A Business & Economics: Domestic Commerce,Marketing & Economics;98F Agriculture & Food: Fisheries & Aquaculture;Alaska;Animal ecology;Announcement bulletins;Composition;Continental shelf;Continental shelves;Crabs;Data;Distribution;Economic factors;Fish;Fisheries;Fishes;Food;Food habits;Galveston;Galveston bay;Gulf of Mexico;Habitat;Larvae;Mammals;Marine;Marine biology;Marine fishes;Maturation;Merchant vessels;Mexico;Mexico gulf;Mississippi;Nets;New Jersey;New York;North Atlantic Ocean;Pacific Ocean;Penaeus;Penaeus aztecus;Population;Quahogs;Salmon;Seals;Shellfish;Shrimp;Shrimps;Texas;United States; [1]
    2;47D Ocean Sciences & Technology: Biological Oceanography;98F Agriculture & Food: Fisheries & Aquaculture;Abundance;Announcement bulletins;Boats;California;Commercial fishing;Data;Data acquisition;Estimates;Fish;Fisheries;Fishing;Fishing equipment;Galveston;Galveston bay;Information retrieval;Longline fishing;Management;Marine;Marine fishes;Monitoring;Nets;New York;New York Bight;SEAMAP program;Shrimp;Shrimps;Sport fishing;Texas;Time;United States; [1]
    2;48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;Aqueducts;Brines;Dams;Desalting;Discharge;Ground water;Industrial wastes;Irrigation;Municipalities;Oil wells;Planning;Pollution;Project planning;Proposals;Public health;Quality;Requirements;Reservoirs;Resources;Sewage disposal;Sulphur;Texas;Time;United States;Water;Water consumption;Water distribution;Water pollution;Water quality;Water resources;Water supply; [1]
    2;48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology;57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;Assessments;Best technology;Biochemical oxygen demand;Dissolved oxygen;Ecology;Effluents;Environmental effects;Environmental impact;Environmental Impacts;Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972;Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1972;Forecasting;Impact;Industrial waste treatment;Inorganic nitrates;Limnology;Mathematical models;Oxygen;Plankton;Pollution;Profiles;Quality;Sewage treatment;Sites;Stream flow;Temperature;Texas;Trinity River;Trinity River Basin;United States;Water;Water pollution;Water pollution abatement;Water pollution control;Water pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972;Water quality;Water quality data;Water resources; [1]
    2;48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology;Bays;Charts;Chemistry;Circulation;Coastal regions;Concentration;Convection;Distribution;Estuaries;Fresh water;Galveston;Galveston bay;Gradients;Graphs;Gulf Coast;Gulf of Mexico;Heat Transfer;Hydraulic models;Hydrodynamics;Inflow;Inland waterways;Inlets;Matagorda Bay;Mathematical models;Mexico;Mexico gulf;Models;Morphology;pH;Removal;Resources;Salinity;Simulation;Tables;Texas;Texas Gulf Coast;Tidal currents;Tidal hydrodynamics;Transport properties;United States;Water;Water flow;Water resources; [1]
    2;50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;Bays;Channels;Cost;Costs;Depth;Dredging;Frequency;Galveston;Galveston bay;General;Harbors;Maintenance;Navigation;Predictions;Requirements;Sedimentation;Shoaling;Texas;United States;Waterways; [1]
    2;55B Atmospheric Sciences: Dynamic Meteorology;Barriers;Bays;Breakwaters;Currents;Floods;Galveston;Galveston bay;Hurricane protection;Hydraulic models;Inflow;Long range;Model studies;Ocean currents;Ocean waves;Protection;Regulations;Requirements;Salinity;Sea walls;Seacoast;Shore protection;Storm surges;Texas;Tides;Trinity River;Tropical cyclones;United States;Waterways;Wave barriers; [1]
    2;55C Atmospheric Sciences: Meteorological Data Collection,Analysis,& Weather Forecasting;Atmospheric tides;Bays;Coastal regions;Coriolis effect;Damage;Deflection;Design;Differential equations;Equations of motion;Floods;Galveston;Galveston bay;Mathematical analysis;Predictions;Storm surges;Storms;Stresses;Structures;Texas;Tides;Transport properties;Tropical cyclones;United States;Velocity;Water;Wind; [1]
    2;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;Aerial photography;Carbonates;Charts;Chemical analysis;Data;Dissolved oxygen;Environmental health;Galveston;Galveston bay;Graphs;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;Materials;Oxygen;pH;Physical properties;Pollution;Property;Remote sensing;Remote sensors;Sampling;Temperature;Test equipment;Texas;United States;Water;Water pollution; [1]
    2;76D Navigation,Guidance,& Control: Navigation Systems;Accuracy;All weather;Cost;Deployment;Detroit River;Distance;Galveston bay;Harbors;Houston Ship Channel;Hyperbolic navigation;Inland waterways;Lake Erie;Microwave equipment;Navigation;Navigational aids;Position finding;Radio beacons;Radio navigation;Radio receivers;Radio transmitters;Requirements;RIHANS;River and Harbor Aid to Navigation Systems;Rivers;Ships;Short range;Surface navigation;Systems engineering;United States;Volume; [1]
    43F Problem-Solving Information For State & Local Governments: Environment;47 Ocean Sciences & Technology;48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;Bays;Coastal regions;Conservation;Corpus Christi Bay National Estuary Programs;Dallas;Debris;Ecosystems;Enviornmental protection;Environmental management;Environmental protection;Estuaries;Federal government;Funding;Galveston;Galveston bay;Government policies;Habitats;Inventories;Inventory;Local government;Management;Management planning;Mexico gulf;Organizatonal structure;Public health;Regional planning;Research programs;Resource management;Sediment transport;State government;Texas;United States;Water circulation;Water quality;Watersheds;Wetlands; [1]
    43F Problem-Solving Information For State & Local Governments: Environment;47D Ocean Sciences & Technology: Biological Oceanography;48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;68 Environmental Pollution & Control;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;Abundance;Armand Bayou Coastal Preserve;Christmas Bay;Christmas Bay Coastal Preserve;Data;Data processing;Elevation;Environment management;Environmental protection;Environmental surveys;Estuaries;Freshwater-saline water;Galveston;Galveston bay;Galveston Bay National Estuary Program;Habitats;Hydrology;Inflow;Inventories;Inventory;Management;Marine;Monitoring;National Estuary Program;Natural resources management;Quality;Sea grasses;Texas;United States;Water;Water pollution;Water pollution sampling;Water quality;Wildlife;Wildlife management; [1]
    43F Problem-Solving Information For State & Local Governments: Environment;48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology;91A Urban & Regional Technology & Development: Environmental Management & Planning;Algae;Ammonia;Biomass;Color;Computerized simulation;Dissolved oxygen;Dissolved solids;Houston;Investigations;Lake Houston;Nitrates;Nitrogen;Oxygen;Phosphorous;Quality;River Basins;San Jacinto River;Simulation;Streamflow;Temperature;Texas;Trinity River;United States;Water;Water quality;Water resources;Water temperature;Water transfer;Water utilization;Withdrawal; [1]
    43F Problem-Solving Information For State & Local Governments: Environment;57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;91A Urban & Regional Technology & Development: Environmental Management & Planning;Animal tissues;Animals;Aquatic ecosystems;Bioaccumulation;Bioassay;Bottom sediments;Chlordan;Clams;DDT;Eastern Region;Ecological concentration;Fish;General;Investigations;Land use;National Water Quality Assessment;National Water Quality Assessment Program;NAWQA;Organic chlorine compounds;Organochlorine insecticides;Pesticides;Polychlorinated biphenyls;River Basins;Texas;Tissues;Trinity River;United States;Water;Water pollution detection;Water pollution effects;Water resources; [1]
    43F Problem-Solving Information For State & Local Governments: Environment;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;91H Urban & Regional Technology & Development: Regional Administration & Planning;Drainage;Environmental Impacts;Environmental protection;Flooding;Fluid infiltration;Galveston;Gulf Coast Region;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;Industries;Mapping;Ocean tides;Pipelines;Pumping;Regional planning;Reviews;Runoff;Sewage treatment;Storm water runoff;Subsidence;Texas;United States;Waste disposal;Water quality management; [1]
    46B Physics: Fluid Mechanics;47B Ocean Sciences & Technology: Dynamic Oceanography;Bays;Boundary value problems;Circulation;Computers;Coriolis effect;Data;Difference equations;Direction;Equations of motion;Estuaries;Galveston bay;Geomorphology;History;Hydrodynamics;Hydrology;Inflow;Interfaces;Mixing;Models;Numerical analysis;Requirements;Simulation;Texas;Tidal amplitude;Tidal currents;Tidal hydrodynamics;Tides;Time;Transport properties;United States;Velocity;Volume;Wind; [1]
    47 Ocean Sciences & Technology;47C Ocean Sciences & Technology: Physical & Chemical Oceanography;Boats;Boundary layer;Channels;Depth;Field tests;Gages;Galveston bay;Hydraulics;Instrumentation;Navigation;Profiles;Recording systems;Salinity;Ships;Surveys;Suspended sediments;Texas;Tidal currents;Velocity;Verification;Waterways;Wind; [1]
    47 Ocean Sciences & Technology;48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;50B Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering;68 Environmental Pollution & Control;91A Urban & Regional Technology & Development: Environmental Management & Planning;Coastal zone management;Dallas;Dredging;Enviromental monitoring;Environmental protection;Estuaries;Galveston;Galveston bay;Galveston Bay National Estuary Program;GBNEP;Habitat;Inflow;Legislation;Management;National Estuary Program;Nonpoint sources;Point sources;Pollution control;Population;Public health;Regional planning;Regulations;Sources;Texas Gulf Coast;United States; [1]
    47 Ocean Sciences & Technology;48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology;97R Energy: Environmental Studies;Amphibia;Barrier islands;Barrier Islands Region;Baseline studies;Basins;Biology;Birds;Climate;Coastal zone management;Counties;Crude oil;Drainage;Ecology;Endangered species;Fish;Fishes;Galveston;Galveston bay;General;Geology;Hydrography;Hydrology;Invertebrates;Land;Mammals;Management;Marine;Marine biology;Marine geology;Natural gas;Ocean currents;Offshore drilling;Planning;Reptiles;Requirements;Sediments;Synthesis;Texas;United States;Vegetation;Wildlife; [1]
    47 Ocean Sciences & Technology;48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control;96A Business & Economics: Domestic Commerce,Marketing & Economics;Attitude surveys;Coastal zone management;Conservation;Contingent valuation method;Cost;Costs;Dallas;Economic Analysis;Economic value;Environmental protection;Environmental quality;Estimates;Estuaries;Estuarine environment;Galveston;Galveston bay;Galveston Bay National Estuary Program;Gulf Coast;National Estuary Program;Natural resource conservation;Natural resources;Natural resources management;Policies;Public opinion;Quality;Resources;Socioeconomic factors;Texas;Time;United States;Water pollution control;Water quality management; [1]