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    • History of Baytown 

      Henson, Margaret Swett (Bay Area Heritage Society, 1986)
      Baytown! Its name is self-explanatory, the city of bays. Modern Baytown extends from Burnet Bay, to Crystal, Scott, Mitchell, Black, Duck and finally to Tabbs Bay. Some had different names in the past, names that changed ...
    • History of Galveston Bay Resource Utilization 

      Henson MS (, 1993)
      ;Table of Contents: The Galveston Bay National Estuary Program; Introduction; The Formation of the Galveston Bay Ecosystem, the Indigenous People, and the European Intruders, Pre-history to 1800; From a Food Source to a ...
    • The history of Galveston Bay resource utilization 

      Henson, Margaret Swett (Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1993)
      From a historian's viewpoint, this is a documentation of human activity over a period of 14,000 years. Information was used from newspapers, interviews, books and memories. Starting with the formation of the ecosystem ...
    • History of ocean dumping in the Gulf of Mexico. 

      Hann, R.W., Jr.; Zapatka, T.F.; Zapatka, M.C.; Baskin, C. (Texas A&M University, 1976)
      The Gulf of Mexico has also been used as a dumping ground for the coastal states. Initially there was no control over dumping, but the Corps of Engineers was eventually given authority to overview this practice. Then in ...
    • The History of Resource Use and Management of Galveston Bay Coastal Prairies 

      Gallaway, Alecya (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 2001)
      The original tall-grass prairie habitat, which once surrounded Galveston Bay, has been completely altered. The four most dramatic changes to the coastal prairie were brought about by the use of the land for cattle production, ...
    • [History of the Chicago Shoreline] 

      Unknown author (2005)
    • A history of the scientific management of shrimp in the Galveston Bay system 

      Gallaway, Alecya (Environmental Institute of Houston, 1997)
      This report presents a history of the scientific management of shrimp in the Galveston Bay system. Individual histories of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) shrimp research and the Texas Parks and Wildlife ...
    • History repeats: a demand-supply price case study of the 19th century Diamond-back terrapin population collapse 

      Carter, Josh E.; Walker, Raven D.; Jones, Dr. Glenn A. (2012-06-01)
      Increasing demand for turtles in the Chinese and Indonesian food markets is leading to severe decline in several Southeast Asian species and an accompanying increase in freshwater turtle imports from the US. The Diamondback ...
    • History resurfaces 

      Curry A (US News & World Report, 2000 Aug 1)
      Reports on the discovery of the Denbigh in Galveston Bay, Texas. History of the ship, which was designed for speed and used by the confederate army in the United States Civil War; Preservation of artifacts discovered from ...
    • Holocene cementation along the central Texas coast. 

      Weiss, C.P.; Wilkinson, B.H. (, 1988)
      Sandy biosparite and shelly biomicrite gravel thinly covers a significant portion of the inner shelf from the Rio Grande to Sabine Pass, covering an area of at least 3,000 km2, and similar gravel is also a conspicuous ...
    • Holocene Evolution of the Galveston Bay Punctuated by Rapid, Episodic Changes: Implications for Future Change 

      Anderson, JB; Rodriguez, AB; Milliken, K; Taviani, M (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, Jan. 24, 2)
      Using seismic data and sediment cores collected within Galveston, we have been able to reconstruct the bay's evolution with considerable detail. These data show that Galveston Bay has had a history of rapid and dramatic ...
    • Holocene geology of the Galveston Bay area 

      Lankford, R.R. and J.J.W. Rogers; (Houston Geological Society, 1969)
      Galveston Bay is one of several Texas coastal bays that have formed by a combination of estuarine flooding during postglacial sea level rise and barrier island construction after sea level stillstand was reached. The ...
    • The holothurians of the Gulf of Mexico 

      Deichmann, Elisabeth (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
      A comprehensive summary of available information on the distribution and systematics of holothurian echinoderms in the Gulf of Mexico. Detailed keys to orders, families, genera and species are provided, along with brief ...
    • Holy Trinity 

      Cartwright G (Emmis Communications Corporation, 2003 Oct)
      Presents an article on visiting the lower Trinity River in Texas. Description of the river and swamp; Types of wildlife found near the area; Information on the Akokisa tribe that formerly inhabited the area
    • Home range and habitat use of the olive sea snake, Aipysurus laevis, on the Great Barrier Reef , Australia 

      Burns, G.; Heatwole, H. (, 1998)
      Short-term movements of 12 olive sea snakes were tracked using ultrasonic transmitters fed to snakes. This species redistricts itself to a home range of about 1500-1800 m2. Three individuals displaced from their home ...
    • A Homeowner's Guide to Water Use and Water Conservation 

      Texas Water Development Board (, 1990)
      No abstract available
    • Homeport Story: An Imaginary City Gets Ready for a Hurricane 

      United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1971)
      The Homeport Story is a minor work of fiction about a major, real problem in Atlantic and Gulf coastal communities - hurricane preparedness. Homeport was invented a few years ago by the National Weather Service of the ...
    • Homogeneity across mail survey waves: A replicated study 

      Choi, S.; Ditton, R.B.; Matlock, G.C. (, 1992)
      No abstract available
    • Hooked on seafood 

      Texas Sea Grant Program (Texas Sea Grant Television Production, 1989)
      This video presents cooking of the best of Texas seafood. Includes what to look for in selecting seafood, proper cleaning, and of course cooking the shrimp, oysters, crab and fish one finds in the coastal waters of Texas.