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  • Flood Insurance Rate Map 

    FEMA (, 1984)
    No abstract available
  • Flood Plain - Handle with Care! 

    U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Civil Works Directorate, 1974)
    Almost everyone knows that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers builds damns, dikes and levees. The Corps is famous - or, in the opinion of some of its critics, infamous - for its public works projects designed to control ...
  • Flood plain information - Cedar Bayou, Houston Metropolitan area, Texas. 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1972)
    Baytown, Texas, extends 11 miles up the west bank of Cedar Bayou from its mouth at Galveston Bay. Cedar Bayou meanders through relatively flat fores and agricultural land but is heavily developed along its lower reaches, ...
  • Flood plain information, Dickinson Bayou, Dickinson, Texas. 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1968)
    Flooding of Dickinson Bayou, Dickinson, Texas is described in a report of flood plain problems based on records of rainfall, runoff, and historical and present flood heights. Maps, photographs, profiles, and cross sections ...
  • Flood plain information, west fork of the San Jacinto River Montgomery County, Texas. 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1975)
    No abstract available
  • Flood plain management. 

    McNeely, J.G.; Lacewell, R.D. (Texas Agricultural Experiment Station., 1976)
    Floods will continue to cause damage as long as development continues upon flood-prone lands. Inevitably flooding occurs, damage ensues, and peronal suffering and loss create a public burden of rescue and relief operations ...
  • The Floodgates Open: What pressures will 3.5 million people exert on our floodplains? 

    Taebel, J (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, Jan. 24, 2)
    This presentation will provide an overview of where future growth is projected and its impacts on flood plains and other natural systems in the Galveston Bay watersheds. Alternative growth scenarios and policy options for ...
  • The floodplain and the seashore: a comparative analysis of hazard zone occupancy. 

    Burton, I.; Kates, R.W. (, 1964)
    No abstract available
  • Floodplain information still available in Galveston District. 

    Fleming, H. (, 1990)
    No abstract available
  • Floods of 24-27 June 1960 on Texas coastal streams. 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1960)
    This report presents hydraulic and economic data on coastal streams lying wholly within the Galveston District that were subject to abnormal flow conditions from the rainfall that occurred in the Gulf coastal plain during ...
  • Floods of March-June 1957 on Texas coastal streams. 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1957)
    This report presents hydrologic and economic data on coastal streams lying wholly within the Galveston District that were subject to abnormal flow conditions from the rainfall that occurred in the Gulf coastal plain during ...
  • Flora of Texas coastal bend. Contribution No. 6 

    Jones, F.B. (Welder Wildlife Foundation., 1975)
    Over 1100 spp. and varieties of wildflowers, shrubs, trees, vines and other plants of the Texas Coastal Bend are covered in this guide. The taxa are listed alphabetically under the families which are arranged phylogenetically ...
  • Flow from the Trinity River to Galveston Bay 

    Browning, Richard M. (Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1993)
    The flow of the Trinity River into Galveston Bay varies naturally over a very wide range. Naturalized flows, which remove man-made influences from measured flows by subtracting the effects of reservoir evaporation and ...
  • Flower garden banks 

    Bright, Thomas and Jamey Tidwell (Texas Sea Grant Television Productions, 1992)
    This video discusses the flower garden banks in the Northern part of the Gulf of Mexico. The video shows how the banks are being destroyed, and describes the species that live in the region of the banks.
  • Flower Garden Banks 

    Monterey Bay Aquarium; Environmental Institute of Houston; O'Neil, Pamela; Kagan, Mark (National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration Public Affairs, 1990)
    Includes the history of discovery of this northernmost coral reef of the United States; overview of species, emphasis on the importance as a fishery; description of unusual coral spawning event each October; description ...
  • The flower gardens. 

    O'Neal, D. (, 1990)
    No abstract available
  • Flowering plants of the waters and shores of the Gulf of Mexico 

    Thorne, Robert F. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
    The marine and strand flowering plants of the Gulf of Mexico are discussed in terms of the natural communities in which they typically grow. Throughout the Gulf a characteristic strand flora grows on exposed sandy shores ...
  • FLTG, Incorporated, Crosby, Texas: Natural Resource Mitigation Preliminary Wetlands Site Selection Assessment 

    ENST Consulting and Engineering (ENSR Consulting and Engineering, 1989)
    As part of the French Limited remediation plan, it will be necessary to mitigate impacts that may have occurred to natural resources due to past releases of chemical constituents at the site. Freshwater sloughs which ...
  • Flume Experiments on Sand, Silt and Clay Mixtures from the Offshore Dredged Material Disposal Site Galveston, Texas 

    Moherek, Anthony J. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, 1978)
    Flume experiments were performed using four sand, silt, and clay mixtures sampled from the offshore Galveston dredged material disposal site in order to determine the critical erosion velocity, shear stress, and modes of ...