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  • Free-living flatworms (Turbellaris) of the Gulf of Mexico 

    Hyman, L.H. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
    The author briefly summarizes the scant information available on free- living turbellarian flatworms occurring in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Free-living nematodes of the Gulf of Mexico 

    Chitwood, B. G., and R. W. Timm (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
    The geographic distribution and natural history of free-living nematodes of the Gulf of Mexico and adjacent waters is reviewed. A taxonomically arranged, annotated checklist of 103 species from this region is provided.
  • Freeport Hurricane Flood Protection, Freeport and vicinity, Texas 

    United States Army Engineer District, Galveston, Texas (United States Army Engineer District, Galveston, Texas, 1975-07-02)
    No abstract available
  • Freeport Quadrangle. Texas - Brazoria Co. 

    U.S. Geological Survey (U.S. Geological Survey, 1977)
    A topographic map accurately represents the natural and manmade features of the land. USGS topographic maps are compiled to National Map Accuracy Standards using modern mapping techniques. The shape and elevation of the ...
  • Freeport, Texas. 

    U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service (Reston, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey; Rockville, Maryland: National Ocean Service., 1984)
    This map is a 30 x 60 minute quadrangle showing: contours and elevations in meters; highways, roads and other manmade structures; water features; woodland areas; geographic names; and bathymetric contours in meters.
  • Frequency and areal distribution of tropical storm rainfall in the United States coastal region on the Gulf of Mexico. 

    U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. (, 1968)
    Rainfall within 150 mi of the storm track and 100 mi inside the coastline during the period 24 hr before landfall to 24 hr after are discussed.
  • Fresh water seas: saving the Great Lakes 

    Weller, Phill (Between the Lines, 1990)
    The purpose of this book is to provide a context for today's problems and at the same time reflect the challenges, hopes, and aspirations of those who are struggling to respond to the environmental problems in the Great ...
  • Freshwater Biomes 

    Woodward, Susan L. (Greenwood Press, 2003)
    Freshwater ecosystems are a problem to define as biomes because vegetation corresponding to regional climates is lacking... The types of habitats and the organisms inhabiting streams and lakes are sufficiently distinct to ...
  • Freshwater community response to mixtures of agricultural pesticides: Synergistic effects of Atrazine and Bifenthrin 

    Texas A&M University (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1991)
    This study was an investigation of the effects of the herbicide atrazine and the insecticide bifenthrin on lake communities. The study was conducted in two phases: in phase one, we examined the effects of environmentally ...
  • Freshwater inflow action agenda for the Gulf of Mexico. First generation-management committee report: framework for action 

    (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Gulf of Mexico Program, 1994)
    The Gulf of Mexico contains ecological and commercial resources matched by few other bodies of water. Yet its blue-green waters disguise the increasing environmental threats that endanger these resources. In recognition ...
  • Freshwater Inflow Effects on Fisheries 

    Zimmerman, Roger J. (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, Galveston Laboratory, 1992)
    Studies were conducted in Texas Bays from 1985 through 1989 to examine relationships between salinity and nursery values of shallow water habitats. The bay systems sampled included: Galveston, Lavaca and San Antonio Bays. ...
  • Freshwater inflow meeting relative to the Matagorda Bay System; October 10, 2006 

    Robinson, Lance; Kortright, Enrique V; Soniat, Thomas M; Ray, Sammy M (2011-08-12)
  • Freshwater Inflow Needs of Matagorda Bay Estuarine System in Texas 

    Martin, Quentin W. (, 1997)
    The Matagorda Bay system is one of the largest estuaries on the Texas Gulf Coast. This report discusses the freshwater inflow needs of the estuarine ecosystem.
  • Freshwater Inflow Recommendation for the Trinity-San Jacinto Estuary Based on Analysis of Long-Term Fisheries Survey Data 

    Lee, Wen Y., Warren Pulich Jr., Peter Eldridge, James Hinson, and Melisa Minto (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1999)
    The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) have developed methodology for determining the freshwater inflow (FWI) needs of Texas estuaries based on computer optimization and ...
  • Freshwater inflow recommendation for Trinity-San Jacinto Estuary of Texas 

    Len, Wen, David Buzan, Peter Eldridge, and Warren Pulich, Jr. (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Resource Protection Division, 2001)
    This report summarizes the protocol and analyses used to determine the target freshwater inflow (FWI) needed to support the biological productivity of the trinity- San Jacinto Estuary. Each Texas estuary requires FWI in ...
  • Freshwater Inflow to Galveston Bay 

    McFarlane, Robert W. (McFarlane & Associates, 1987)
    Galveston Bay is the most productive estuary in Texas. The Trinity River provides one-half of the freshwater inflow and nutrients, and a substantial amount of the sediment, which reaches Galveston Bay. The Lake Livingston ...
  • Freshwater inflow to Galveston Bay 

    McFarlane, R.W. (McFarlane & Associates, 1987)
    Galveston Bay is the most productive estuary in Texas. The Trinity River provides one-half of the freshwater inflow and nutrients, and a substantial aount of the sediment, which reaches Galveston Bay. The Lake Livingston ...
  • Freshwater inflow: survival in a sea of salt. 

    Fletcher, A.; Broussard, A.; Murray, L.; Jeter, C. (Texas A&M University Sea Grant Program, 1991)
    No abstract available
  • Freshwater Inflows from a Water Supply Perspective 

    Browning, Richard M. (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 2001)
    The watershed of Galveston Bay includes both the Houston area and Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan areas, comprising about half of the population of the entire state of Texas and all the water related consequences that go ...
  • Freshwater inflows to Galveston Bay 

    Solis, Ruben S., and David A. Brock (Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1991)
    No abstract available