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    • Connecting Yards to the Bay: A Watersmart Landscaping Partnership 

      LaChance, Christina M. (Chris) (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2003)
      Runoff from residential and commercial landscapes is one of the major causes of pollution in our bayous and bays. In addition, during the summer months, these same landscapes consume fifty per cent of municipal water ...
    • Conoco technology curbs production pollution. 

      Million, C.L. (, 1973)
      Aspects of pollution prevention programs for oil companies are described. One approach is to determine and grade the pollution risks associated with major subsystems of an overall production system from wellhead to the ...
    • Conroe, Texas. 

      U.S. Geological Survey. (U.S. Geological Survey., 1985)
      This is a 30 X 60 minute quadrangle showing: elevation in meters; highways, roads and other manmade structures; water features; woodland areas; and geographic names.
    • Conservation and reuse are in. 

      Josephson, J. (, 1977)
      Episodes of sinking subdivisions in Baytown, Tex., and in the Houston-Galveston area led to formation of a Coastal Subsidence District to set fees and curtail groundwater use. The board is also forcing industry and utilities ...
    • Conservation Benefits of Mangroves 

      The World Conservation Union (The World Conservation Union, 2006-10)
    • The Conservation of Marine and Coastal Biodiversity 

      Marquard, Dr. Elisabeth (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, 2016-04-22)
    • Conservation of Wetlands in India: A Profile 

      Government of India (Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India, 2007-02-02)
    • Conservation strategy for migrating species. 

      Myers, J.P.; Morrison, R.I.G.; Antas, P.Z.; Harrington, B.A.; Lovejoy, T.E.; Sallaberry, M.; Senner, S.E.; Tarak, A. (, 1987)
      No abstract available
    • Conservation vs. Community 

      Jacobs, Jon (Institute for Southern Studies, 1982)
      This article discusses the controversy between land rights and conservation in Harris Neck, Georgia.
    • Conserving America’s Fisheries 

      Charbonneau, Joseph John; Caudill, James (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 2010-09)
    • Consideration of Estuarine Freshwater Inflow Needs in Water Management of Lower Colorado River, Texas 

      Martin, Quentin W. (, 1997)
      The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) manages the surface waters of the lower Colorado River in Texas. This report discusses the Water Management Plan for the Highland Lakes chain of reservoirs in Central Texas regarding ...
    • Considerations Influencing the Feasibility of Commuter Rail Service 

      Fitzgerald, A. V.; Grady, Douglas S.; Christiansen, Dennis L. (Texas A&M University Texas Transportation Institute, 1977-01)
      Previous reports have evaluated the problems and potential associated with intercity rail passenger service in Texas. This report addresses the feasibility of commuter rail operations designed to serve workday urban travel ...
    • Considerations of diet, stocking density, distribution, population estimation and economics in the pond culture of blue shrimp (Penaeus stylirostris Stimpson). 

      Hardin, M.P. (Texas A&M University, 1981)
      Blue shrimp (Penaeus stylirostris Stimpson) were cultured in 10 0.1 ha ponds from July 18 to December 7. Four ponds were stocked at each density of 10,000 and 15,000 shrimp. Remaining shrimp were stocked into two ponds ...
    • Constituency Review Program for the Draft National Fisheries Plan: Southeast Region 

      Gulf States Research Institute (Gulf States Research Institute, 1975-01)
      Gulf South Research Institute (GSRI), under contract with Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission, has completed a constituency review program for a draft National Fisheries Plan (Contract No. 001, GSRI No. 250-717-11). ...
    • Constitutional Revision Issues - Part II: Energy and Transportation 

      Texas Coastal and Marine Council (Texas Coastal and Marine Council, 1973-12)
      The attached report was prepared for the Texas Coastal and Marine Council in order to pinpoint the major energy and transportation issues which may arise during the constitutional revision session of the Legislature in ...
    • Constitutional Revision Issues Part I Environmental Considerations 

      Texas Coastal and Marine Council (Texas Coastal and Marine Council, 1973-11)
      The attached report was prepared for the Texas Coastal and Marine Council in order to pinpoint the major environmental issues which may arise during the constitutional revision session of the Legislature in 1974. The ...
    • Constructed Wetlands and Wastewater Management for Confined Animal Feeding Operations 

      Gulf of Mexico Program Nutrient Enrichment Issue Committee (CH2M Hill, 1997)
      Dairy, cattle, swine, and poultry producers can help improve the quality of our streams, lakes, rivers, and estuaries by reducing the amount of pollutants released with wastwater. To do so, producers need practical and ...
    • Constructed Wetlands for Animal Waste Treatment 

      Payne Engineering; CH2M HIll (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1997-06)
      This document is intended to a state-of-the-art users manual on constructed wetlands for those engineers, planners, technicians, and livestock producers who have more than just a casual interest in the subject of constructed ...
    • Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment and Wildlife Habitat 

      United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Wastewater Management (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1993-09)
      The potential for achieving improved water quality while creating valuable wildlife habitat has lead to a growing interest in the use of constructed wetlands for treating and recycling wastewater. While land intensive, ...
    • Construction and Operation of a Floating Alaska Salmon Trap 

      Hipkins, Fred W. (United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 1968-04)
      Salmon traps, now nearly extinct, are the most efficient fishing gear ever developed for the capture and impoundment of salmon. The first salmon trap was built in Cook Inlet about 1885, but floating traps were not introduced ...