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  • Experimental studies of beach scour due to wave action. 

    Song, W.O.; Schiller, R.E., Jr. (Texas A&M University Sea Grant., 1973)
    A series of experiments was conducted to investigate the processes involved in the formation of beach scour, caused by wave action, on a natural beach and a seawall beach. The studies also took into account the determination ...
  • Experimental studies on selection for vegetative structure by Penaeid shrimp 

    Minello, T.J.; Zimmerman, R.J.; Barrick, P.A. (U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Service, 1990)
    Variability in selection for vegetated habitats by juvenile brown shrimp, Penaeus aztecus, and white shrimp, P. setiferus, as evidenced by distributions in estuaries, suggests that the value of these habitats is not constant. ...
  • Experimental verification of the metacercarial stage of Rhipidocotyle lepisostei (Trematoda: Bucephalidae) with notes on the natural occurence of its adult stage in gars in Texas and Virginia. 

    Wardle, W.J. (, 1990)
    Bucephalid metacercariae found encysted in the caudal fin rays of striped mullet (Mugil cephalus) were fed to bucephalid-free spotted gars (Lepisosteus oculatus) in the laboratory. Gravid specimens of Rhipidocotyle ...
  • Exploring Tropical Cyclones: GIS Investigations for the Earth Sciences 

    Hall-Wallace, Michelle K., C. Scott Walker, Larry P. Kendall and Christian J. Schaller (, 2003)
    No abstract available
  • Exploring Water Resources: GIS Investigations for the Earth Sciences 

    Hall-Wallace, Michelle K., C. Scott Walker, Larry P. Kendal and Christian J. Schaller (, 2003)
    No abstract available
  • Export of food materials from marshes to bays, Chambers County. 

    Borey, R.B.; Harcombe, P.A.; Fisher, F.M., Jr. (Rice University., 1976)
    This paper reviews some of the literature concerning the export of marsh detritus and the factors affecting it, and reports some of the preliminary findings from a marsh along the upper Texas coast.
  • Expression of SP70 proteins in Mytilus edulis and Ictalurus nebulosus. 

    Steiner, S.A.; Cormier, S.; Amstutz, J.; Pickwell, G.V. (, 1991)
    No abstract available
  • Extensible physical oceanographic real-time system (PORTS) 

    Wilmot WL; Galt JA; Cheng RT (IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, USA, 1997)
    NOAA's PORTS is a decision support system to facilitate safe and efficient maritime commerce and effective environmental resource management. PORTS is installed in Tampa Bay, New York/New Jersey Harbor, Houston/Galveston, ...
  • Extensometer data 

    Harris-Galveston Coastal Subsidence District (, 1990)
    No abstract available
  • Extreme Precipitation Depths for Texas, excluding the Trans-Pecos Region 

    Lanning-Rush, Jennifer, William H. Asquith and Raymond M. Slade, Jr. (Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services, 1998)
    The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation, conducted a study of extreme precipitation depths for various durations and storm areas for Texas, excluding the Trans-Pecos region. ...
  • Exuviella baltica: A bloom organism of the Galveston Bay system. 

    Zotter, J. (, 1979)
    The present report documents the occurrence of high cell concentrations of the dinoflagellate Exuviella baltica Lohmann in three different environmental areas of the Galveston Bay System. Data were recorded once every ...
  • Exxon challenged on discharge 

    Cornitius T (Chemical Week Associates, 1995 Sep 2)
    Reports that activist group Texans United is challenging a water discharge permit issued to Exxon Chemical's refinery in Baytown, Texas by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. Allegations of dumping of ...
  • Exxon sued for wastewater runoff 

    Cornitius T (Chemical Week Associates, 1996 Mar 2)
    Reports on a lawsuit filed against chemical firm Exxon for allegedly dumping untreated wastewater from its complex in Baytown, Texas into the Houston Ship Channel from 1989 to 1995. Compliance with federal operating permit; ...
  • Exxon unit accused in suit by environmental group 

    (Dow Jones & Company Inc, 1996 Mar 1)
    Reports on the lawsuit filed by environmental group Texans United Education Fund against Exxon Corp. for the dumping of chemical waste water into the Houston ship channel. Reaction of Exxon to lawsuit; Settlement of ...
  • The Exxon Valdez oil spill: a report to the President 

    Skinner, Samuel K. and Reilly, William K. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1989)
    Prepared by the National Response Team, this report was requested by the President and undertaken by Secretary of Transportation Samuel K. Skinner and Environmental Protection Agency Adminstrator William K. Reilly. The ...
  • Exxon wins controversial discharge permit 

    (Chemical Week Associates, 1996 May 2)
    Reports on Exxon's winning of a permit from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission for wastewater discharged into Galveston Bay in Texas from its Baytown petrochemical complex. Provisions of the permit; Lobbying ...
  • F. Hermann Rudenberg Collection 

    Rudenberg, Frank Hermann, 1927-1994 (1994)
    Dr. Frank Hermann Rudenberg (1927-1994) was Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, School of Medicine and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch, 1958-1994. These ...
  • Fabulous wetlands 

    (Washington State Department of Ecology, 1989)
    An entertaining and informative introduction to the important functions wetlands serve.
  • Facilitating Public Access to Government Environmental Monitoring Data: The Living Everglades Web Site 

    United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2003-01)
    This handbook was developed to document The Living Everglades web site development process and to share information with other communities looking to establish a similar information network on ecological restoration efforts. ...
  • Facility Response Plans 

    U.S.Environmental Protection Agency (, 1993)
    Information on Facility Response Plans (FRP) in accordance to the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 and the Clean Water Act 311 requirements.