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  • Fishery resources atlas II, West Florida to Texas. 

    Heald, E.J. (, 1970)
    The report shows the location and magnitude of the principal fishery resources on the continental shelf of the United States, from the west coast of Florida to Texas. A similar report, concerned with the fisheries from ...
  • Fishery survey of Cedar Lakes and the Brazos and San Bernard River estuaries. 

    Johnson, R.B., Jr. (, 1977)
    A fishery study of Cedar Lakes and the lower parts of the Brazos and San Bernard Rivers, Brazoria County, Texas, was conducted in February 1973 to January 1975. Samples were collected at 17 stations each month to determine ...
  • A fishery survey of Christmas, Drum, and Bastrop Bays, Brazoria County, Texas 

    McEachron, L.W.; Shaw, C.R.; Moffett, A.W. (, 1977)
    Analyses of the macro-biota and the hydrology of Christmas, Drum, and Bastrop Bays, Brazoria County, Texas were based on data collected between October 1971 and October 1973. Trawls, seines, push nets, and a dredge were ...
  • The Fishery Value of Salt Marsh Restoration Projects 

    Rozas, LP; Caldwell, P; Minello, TJ (, 2005)
    We assessed the benefits of different wetland restoration techniques for fishery resources by comparing habitat complexity, fishery support, and construction costs among five salt marsh restoration projects in Galveston ...
  • Fishes of Texas and the Rio Grande Basin. 

    Evermann, B.W.; Kendall, W.C. (, 1892)
    No abstract available
  • Fishes of the family Carangidae of the northern Gulf of Mexico and three related species. 

    Ginsburg, I. (, 1952)
    This paper deals with the systematics and distribution of Gulf of Mexico fishes belonging to the family Carangidae, which includes such food and game species as the pompanos, amberjacks and cavallos. The geographic limits ...
  • Fishes of the Gulf of Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, and adjacent waters. 

    Hoese, H.D.; Moore, R.H. (Texas A&M University., 1977)
    More than 600 photographs and drawings, including more than 330 photographs in full color, many of them underwater shots, illustrate this field identification guide to the approximately 500 species of fishes that can be ...
  • The fishes of the headwaters of the Trinity River, Texas. 

    Kelly, M.G., Jr. (University of Texas at Arlington, 1975)
    No abstract available
  • Fishes of the northern Gulf of Mexico. 

    Walls, J.G. (T.F.H. Publications., 1975)
    This book is an illustrated, nontechnical guide to the 502 species of fishes known to occur in the northern Gulf of Mexico between Brownsville, Texas, and Tampa Bay, Florida. The accounts provide concise descriptions of ...
  • Fishes of the western North Atlantic. 

    Bingelow, H.B.; Bradbury, M.G.; Dymond, J.R.; Greeley, J.R.; Hildebrand, S.F.; Mead, G.W.; Miller, R.R.; Suttkus, L.R.; Vladykov, V.D. (Sears Foundation Marine Research II., 1963)
    No abstract available
  • Fishes of the western North Atlantic. Volume I. 

    (Sears Foundation Marine Research, 1948)
    Currently with 7 volumes, the Fishes of the Western North Atlantic is a continuing series, the first volume of which appeared in 1948 and treated the lancelots, cyclostomes and sharks. Subsequent volumes treat other groups ...
  • Fishes of the world. 

    Nelson, J.S. (John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, 1976)
    Part of this book deals with fish diversity and abundance, followed by a brief review of the classification of lower chordates. The second part of the book presents fish in a linear order in a manner that would best seem ...
  • Fishes, new, rare or seldom recorded from the Texas Coast. 

    Gunter, G.; Knapp, F.T. (, 1951)
    In this paper the writers provide a briefly annotated list of 40 rare or previously unrecorded marine fish species of Texas. Common names are included when available.
  • Fishing trends and conditions in the southeast region, 1990 

    Newlin, Kim; (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Center, 1991)
    This report provides first hand information on the trends and conditions that have occurred in the commercial and recreational fisheries of the southwestern United States during the 1990. The information and much of the ...
  • Flake Quadrangle. Texas - Galveston Co. 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Army Map Service. (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 ...
  • Floating Classrooms 

    Hill, A (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, Jan. 24, 2)
    The WEC provides on-the-water field labs to "educate the public on the importance of coastal issues" through hands-on training in the natural environment. Programs such as this provide bridges between classroom facts and ...
  • Flood control effects of headwater reservoirs, Trinity River, Texas. 

    Beard, L.R.; Chang, S. (University of Texas, Center for Research in Water Resources, 1979)
    No abstract available
  • Flood control effects of headwater reservoirs: Trinity River, Texas 

    Beard LR; Chang S (, 1979)
    The objectives of the study described are to evaluate the effects of the headwater reservoirs on flood control operation, water yield, and sediment load at the Corps of Engineers reservoirs. The cross section view of a ...
  • Flood Insurance Rate Map 

    FEMA (, 1984)
    No abstract available