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  • How we got the dirtiest stream in America. 

    Eckhardt, B. (, 1971)
    The two sources of pollution of the Houston (Texas) Ship Channel are city sewage and industrial wastes, in almost equal magnitude. The political and legal aspects of the water pollution of the Houston Ship Channel are evaluated.
  • How Will Changes in Freshwater Inflow (Frequency versus Magnitude) Impact the Ecosystem Health of Galveston Bay? 

    Thronson, AM; Hsiu-Ping, L; Davis, SE; Roelke, DL; Quigg, AS (American Geophysical Union, 2008)
    With a rapidly expanding urban population in Texas coastal municipalities, water regulators and managers are faced with the challenge of meeting human needs, potentially by freshwater diversions, while maintaining critical ...
  • How You Can Help Galveston Bay 

    Galveston Bay Foundation (Galveston Bay Foundation, 2000)
    No abstract available. Promotional brochure for Galveston Bay Foundation.
  • HSC 2000 (Draft) Review by HOGANSAC 

    (, 1995)
    No abstract available.
  • Huge 'extras' request clouds Texas project 

    (McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 1995 Mar 2)
    Reports on Williams Brothers Construction Co.'s request for an additional $58 million to construct a cable-stayed bridge over the Houston Ship Channel at Baytown, Texas. Submission of draft request to Texas Department of ...
  • Human adjustment to the hurricane flood hazard on the Texas coast. 

    Davenport, Sally D. (University of Texas at Austin, 1976)
    New directions must be taken in man's adjustment to the hurricane hazard. Recent research convincingly documents the need for redirected emphasis in human reaction to the natural hazards of the coast. Efforts to halt the ...
  • Human growth - An Essay on Growth, Values and the Quality of Life 

    Cleveland, Harlan; Wilson, Thomas W., Jr. (Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1978)
    This essay resulted from an Aspen Institute seminar, during the summer of 1977, in which 45 people from eight countries and 33 professions tried to figure out what was wrong with the "growth ethic" and what its successor ...
  • Human Links to Coastal Disasters 

    H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment (H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment, 2002)
    Within a broad vulnerability framework, this report examines human factors influencing vulnerability, beginning with policies and practices that drive coastal development. Subsequent chapters make a unique contribution to ...
  • The human pathogenic Vibrios - a public health update with environmental perspective 

    West, P.A. (Cambridge University Press, 1989)
    NOT AVAILABLE IN HOUSE EAS
  • Human Response to Hurricane Celia 

    Schaffer, Ruth C.; Cook, Earl (Texas A&M University Environmental Quality Program, 1972-07)
    To clarify some of the problems related to human reaction to natural disaster, a post-hurricane study was made of the attitudes and behavior of selected Corpus Christi, Texas, residents toward Hurricane Celia which struck ...
  • Human response to hurricanes in Texas: two studies. 

    Davenport, Sally S. (Natural Hazard Research Center., 1978)
    The two studies discussed in this paper examined human adjustment response, and perception of the hurricane hazard in several extremely hurricane-prone communities on the Texas coast. The first study centered on Galveston ...
  • Hurricane Action 

    American National Red Cross (American National Red Cross, 1971)
    The American National Red Cross under its congressional charter has the responsibility "to continue and carry on a system of national and international relief in time of peace and apply the same in mitigating the sufferings ...
  • Hurricane Alicia storm surges and shore processes 

    Savage RP (ASCE, New York, NY, USA, 1985)
    Hurricane Alicia moved inland over the Texas coast during the night of August 17, 1983 creating waves and surges in the Gulf of Mexico and adjacent bays. Waves eroded beaches and dunes and surges overtopped low-lying areas ...
  • Hurricane Alicia: Galveston and Houston, Texas, August 17-18, 1983. 

    Savage, R.P.; Baker, J.; Golden, J.H.; Kareem, A.; Manning, B.R. (National Academy Press., 1984)
    No abstract available
  • Hurricane Alicia: one year later. Proceedings of the Specialty Conference of American Society of Civil Engineers. 

    Kareem, A.; (American Society of Civil Engineers., 1984)
    No abstract available
  • Hurricane Awareness - Report of the 1975 Hurricane Awareness Program 

    Texas Catastrophe Property Insurance Association; Texas Coastal and Marine Council (Insurance Information Institute, 1975-12-16)
    This is the final report of the 1975 hurricane awareness program. The purpose of the 1975 Hurricane Awareness Program [is] to reach as many residents and property owners in Texas Coastal area with an effective message about ...
  • Hurricane awareness: save lives and property. 

    Hurricane Awareness Program.; Texas Governor's Division of Disaster Emergency Services.; Texas Catastrophe Property Insurance Association.; Texas Coastal Marine Council. (Hurricane Awareness Program., n.d.)
    No abstract available
  • Hurricane barrier environmental planning in Texas. 

    Tanner, S.H.; Pullen, E.J. (, 1969)
    No abstract available
  • Hurricane Carla 

    Treadwell, Mattie E. (United States Department of Defense Office of Civil Defense, 1962)
    The present study was commissioned by the Department of Defense in order to obtain a command evaluation of the operation in time to make its lessons available for current planning, and does not attempt to be definitive ...