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    • Habitat Productivity: Seagrasses and Mangroves 

      Sheridan, Peter F. (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, Galveston Laboratory, 1992)
      A major seagrass die-off in western Florida Bay (Everglades National Park) is the focus of a 3-yr Coastal Ocean Program project begun in July 1990. Periodic quantitative collections of fishes, invertebrates, sediments, ...
    • Habitat triage for exploited fishes: Can we identify essential Fish Habitat? 

      Levin, PS; Stunz, GW (, July 2005)
      There is little doubt that estuarine habitat is important for some exploited fish species, at some times, and in some places. However, it is also clear that we do not have enough resources to conserve or restore all estuarine ...
    • Habitat use by western pond turtles in the Trinity River 

      Reese DA; Welsh J (, 1998 Jul)
      Presents a study which examined the habitat associations of western pond turtles in a dammed and undammed tributary of the Trinity River in northwestern California. Methods of the study; Results; Effects of damming; ...
    • A habitat-use model to determine essential fish habitat for juvenile brown shrimp (Farfantepenaeus aztecus) in Galveston Bay, Texas 

      Clark RD; Christensen JD; Monaco ME; Caldwell PA; Matthews GA; Minello TJ (, 2004 Apr)
      A density prediction model for juvenile brown shrimp (Farfan-tepenaeus aztecus) was developed by using three bottom types, five salinity zones, and four seasons to quantify patterns of habitat use in Galveston Bay, Texas. ...
    • Hall's and Chocolate Bayou Watersheds and Water Quality Protection by Native Habitats 

      Showalter, PS; Colvin, C; Pulich, Jr (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, 2007)
      environmental protection; GIS; habitat conservation; land use/land cover; native habitats
    • Hampton Beachfront and Storm Protection Management Plan 

      Hicks, Gayle E.; Whitley, Fred; Francese, Rebecca S.; Hardaway, C. Scott, Jr.; Milligan, Donna A.; Savage, Melissa; Daniel, Tom (2011-04)
    • Handbook of common methods in Limnology. 2nd Edition. 

      Lind, Owen T. (The C.V. Mosley Company, 1979)
      The study of limnology is, in its broadest sence, aquatic ecology. The biological limnologist is primarily concerned with the interactions between aquatic organisms and their physical and chemical environments. This ...
    • Handbook of environmental health and safety principles and practices 

      Koren, Herman (Lewis Publishers, 1991)
      The much needed update on current issues and regulations is presented in a thorough, concise and systematic manner. The broad spectrum of topics are presented in logical progression starting with an introductory chapter ...
    • Handbook of frogs and toads of the United States and Canada. 

      Wright, A.H.; Wright, A.A. (Comstock Publishing., 1933)
      This field guide provides detailed descriptions, photographs, distribution maps and identification keys for the anurans of the United States. The maps and some of the taxonomy are rather outdated.
    • Handbook of lizards. 

      Smith, H.M. (Comstock Publishing., 1946)
      This field guide, although quite outdated, still provides useful information on the lizard species of the United States. Distribution maps, black and white photographs, identification keys and detailed descriptions are provided.
    • Handbook of nonpoint pollution 

      Novotny, V.; Chesters, G. (Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1981)
      NOT AVAILABLE IN HOUSE EAS
    • Handbook of salamanders. 

      Bishop, C. (Comstock Publishing., 1943)
      This field guide is somewhat out of date but still provides valuable information on the salamander species of the United States. Photographs, distribution maps, identification keys and detailed descriptions are provided.
    • Handbook of Shrimp Disease 

      Johnson, S K. (, 1995)
      No abstract available
    • Handbook of shrimp diseases. 

      Johnson, S.K. (Texas A&M University, 1975)
      Disease is an important factor in reducing shrimp numbers in natural populations. Natural mortality or disease from old age is the potential fate of all shrimp, but predation, starvation, infestation, infection, and adverse ...
    • Handbook of snakes of the United States and Canada. 

      Wright, A.H.; Wright, A.A. (Comstock Publishing., 1957)
      This somewhat outdated volume provides excellent descriptions, identification keys, black and white photographs and distribution maps for all snake species in the United States.
    • Handbook of Texas Water Law: problems and needs. 

      Kaiser, R.A. (Texas A&M University, Texas Water Research Institute., 1987)
      Texas is blessed with a bountiful supply of water, although it is not always in the right place at the right time, nor of the right quality. Water has been the most crucial resource for the state's economic development. ...
    • The handbook of the Odessa project for resources recovery 

      Standord, Geoffrey (Environic Foundation International, 1974)
      Our program aims to beautify our city, to make its environs more attractive, and to restore the eroded rangeland back to something like its original prairie condition. We are proposing to do this by methods which will ...
    • Handbook of turtles. 

      Carr, A. (Comstock Publishing., 1952)
      Although quite outdated, this field guide still provides useful information on the turtles of the United States. The volume includes detailed descriptions, distribution maps, photographs and identification keys.
    • Handling and tagging survival or hook-caught spotted seatrout held in cages. 

      Hegen, H.E.; Matlock, G.C.; Green, A.W. (, 1982)
      Spotted seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus) (253-401 mm total length) captured by hook and line during June - September 1981 in seven Texas bays were held in wire cages for 7 days to estimate the survival of handled and tagged ...
    • Hang on, pelican. 

      Laycock, G. (, 1974)
      Both mainland subspecies of the brown pelican were put on the endangered species list in 1970. The outlook was gloomiest along the Louisiana coastline, and the story was scarcely better in Texas. Then from the Pacific ...