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  • Houston-Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas: Mile 10 to Morgan Point contaminant assessment 

    Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc. (Espey, Hustin & Associates, Inc., 1995)
    The Contaminant Subcommittee of the Houston-Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas project determined that the testing of maintenance material from the Mile 10 to Morgan Point Reach of the Houston Ship Channel was necessary. ...
  • Houston-Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas: Upper Houston Ship Channel contaminant assessment 

    Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc. (Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995)
    This report discusses the contaminant assessment and evaluation of the dredged material from the maintenance dredging of the Houston Ship Channel. ...There is no evidence in the pre-disposal versus the during-disposal ...
  • Houston-Galveston Regional Water Quality Data Clearinghouse 

    Brettschneider, Karen (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 2001)
    The Houston-Galveston Area Council of Governments (H-GAC) has developed a water quality clearinghouse with data collected throughout the Gulf Coast Planning Region. The clearinghouse is distributed through H-GAC's website, ...
  • Houston/Galveston safe passage into the 21st Century, 1996 

    Ford SF; Bald RJ Puthli RS; Suga Y; Patrikalakis N (, 1997 199)
    Mariners transiting the 70+ mile waterway complex bounded by the ports of Houston, Galveston, and Texas City are routinely affected by high winds, strong currents, low water levels, and sporadic shoaling. These conditions ...
  • Houston: a profile of its business, industry and port. 

    Abrams, K.C.; Mill, G.K.; Hester, G.H. (Pioneer Publications., 1982)
    No abstract available
  • Houston: a history and guide. 

    U.S. Works Project Administration. (Anson Jones Press., 1942)
    No abstract available
  • Houston: the bayou city. 

    McComb, D.G. (University of Texas Press., 1968)
    No abstract available
  • How best to use Galveston Bay. 

    Thomas, K. (, 1992)
    Mitsubishi Material's decision to abandon plans for a copper smelter on Galveston Bay raises questions of how to value natural resources and to find ways for industry and the environment to exist compatibly.
  • How Galveston County cleans 42 miles of beach. 

    Pagans, G.K. (, 1974)
    New techniques to clean and abate erosion on 18 miles of beach and 12 miles of seawall on Galveston Island in Texas are described. Seven 48-inch tines mounted on a loader bucket provide capability to lift logs and dunnage ...
  • How healthy is the Upper Trinity River? Biological and Water Quality Perspectives, proceedings 

    Jensen, Ric; (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1990)
    The Texas Water Resources Institute was pleased to be able to take the lead role in planning and organizing this symposium dealing with water quality and biological issues pertaining to the Upper Trinity River Basin....Major ...
  • How late is it for Galveston Bay? 

    Lay, D.W. (, 1989)
    No abstract available
  • How Much More Will Houston Sink? The Disturbing Problem of Land Surface Subsidence 

    Marshall, A. Frank, Jr. (Houston Engineering and Scientific Society, 1973)
    This paper documents the amount of land subsidence in the Galveston Bay area which has resulted from extensive ground water pumping. Attempts are made to predict the future degree of subsidence.
  • How representative are the estuaries nominated for EPA's national estuary program? A preliminary assessment. 

    Klein, C.J., III; Biggs, R.B. (U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Strategic Assessment Branch, Ocean Assessments Division, Office of Oceanography and Marine Assessment, National Ocean Service, 1988)
    This report provides a relative classification of 82 U.S. estuaries and their susceptibility and status to pollution and highlights the eighteen systems under consideration for inclusion in EPA's National Estuary Program. ...
  • How safe are septic tanks? 

    Texas Water Resources (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1986)
    No abstract available
  • How successful is mitigation? 

    Redmond, A. (, 1992)
    No abstract available
  • How to Build Storm Resistant Structures 

    American Wood Preservers Institute; National Forest Products Association; Southern Forest Products Association (Southern Forest Products Association, 1970)
    Homes and buildings which best withstand hurricane winds and tides generally fall into threes categories:-1) High ground locations, 2) Elevated pole-frame systems, 3) Secure achorage and fastenings from foundation to roof ...
  • How to create and nurture a nature center in your community 

    Evans, R.; Chipman-Evans, C. (University of Texas Press, 1998)
    The purpose of this book is to enable more communities and individuals to create natural sanctuaries and share them with neighbors. This book gives examples of nature centers around the United States, lists resources for ...
  • How to know the freshwater fishes. 

    Eddy, S. (William. C. Brown and Company, 1957)
    This field guide contains illustrated keys for identifying all the fresh water fishes of the United States and many marine forms which often enter fresh water.
  • How to Live with an Island 

    Pilkey, Orrin H., Sr.; Pilkey, Orrin H., Jr.; Turner, Robb (North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources, 1975)
    We now know a great deal about islands and beaches, how they evolve and how man can affect them. It seems that much of this knowledge, gained with a couple of thousand years of recorded shoreline experience doesn't permeate ...