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  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    West, R.L. (, 1972)
    State biologists assisted U.S. Fish and Wildlife personnel in conducting the annual January midwinter inventory along the entire Texas Gulf Coast in 1972. Estimates of species numbers and locations of concentrations were ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    Stutzenbaker, C.D. (, 1964)
    Monthly coastal waterfowl inventories were flown from Sabine Pass to the Rio Grande River. The December count was not made due to adverse weather. The special game warden waterfowl survey was completed for the fourth ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    West, R.L. (, 1971)
    State biologists assisted U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel in conducting the annual January midwinter waterfowl inventory along the entire Texas Gulf Coast in 1970. Estimates of species numbers and locations of ...
  • Inventory of Migrant species. 

    McMahan, C.A. (, 1965)
    Monthly waterfowl inventories were flown for October, November, and December 1964 and January 1965 covering that waterfowl range between the Texas - Louisiana border and the Texas - Mexico boundary.
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    Stutzenbaker, C.D. (, 1964)
    Monthly waterfowl inventories were scheduled for October, November, December and January to cover that waterfowl range between the Texas-Louisiana border and the Texas-Mexico International boundary. The October inventory ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    Texas Game and Fish Commission. (, 1958)
    Total annual precipitation for 1957 was about or above normal for the Gulf Coast region. Fresh surface water was abundant over all the coast except along the lower half were some shortage did occur late in the year. Good ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    Irby, H.D. (, 1960)
    Total rainfall for 1959 equaled or exceeded the record mean at most points on the Texas Gulf Coast with the exception of the extreme southern tip. There was an early season increase in waterfowl populations and a late ...
  • Inventory of migrant waterfowl. 

    Singleton, J.R. (, 1961)
    Total rainfall for the 1960 spring and summer growing season equaled or exceeded that for the total year of 1959. Food production was good to excellent in most areas of the state. Fall and winter rains resulted in a ...
  • Inventory of Natural Hazards Data Resources in the Federal Government 

    Lander, James F.; Alexander, Robert H.; Downing, Thomas E. (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; United States Geological Survey, 1979-05)
    The inventory includes more summaries of data describing the natural event and post-disaster investigations than references to sources of demographic and economic data. The latter would themselves be the proper subject of ...
  • Inventory of present water quality in the Brazos, Colorado, Guadalupe, Neches, Nueces, San Antonio, San Jacinto, and Trinity River Basins. 

    U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service. (U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service., 1961)
    No abstract available
  • An inventory of Texas saltwater fishing tournaments: spatial, temporal and participation pattern in 1983 

    Christian, R.T.; Trimm, D.L. (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Coastal Fisheries Branch, 1986)
    Approximately 15,500 people participated in 56 tournaments identified in six geographic regions on the Texas coast in 1983. A majority (60%) of the tournaments were held in the months of July (36%) and August (24%); 74% ...
  • Inventory of the Bottom Sediment Types Present in Area M-6 

    Heffernan, Thomas L. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
    Objective: To determine the bottom composition of the area and to chart the bottom sediments as a guide for possible location of proposed artificial reefs or reef expansion.
  • Inventory of toxic and hazardous waste disposal and discharge sites in New Orleans and Houston areas. 

    Dames & Moore. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1982)
    No abstract available
  • An inventory of upper Texas coast woodlots, valuable migratory bird habitat. 

    Mueller, A.J. (, 1987)
    No abstract available
  • Inventory of Vertebrate Forms Present and Relative Abundance 

    Day, Donald S. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
    Objective: To prepare a checklist of the forms present and their relative abundance in the Matagorda Bay Area during this year.
  • Inventory of Vertebrate Forms Present and Relative Abundance - General Ecological Survey of Area M-4 

    Day, Donald S. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-08-28)
    Objective: To prepare a checklist of the forms present and their relative abundance in area M-4 during the year.
  • Inventory of waste sources in the coastal zone. 

    Malina, J.F. (University of Texas, Center for Research in Water Resources., 1970)
    This report summarizes the available data which characterizes the quality of the environment of the Coastal Zone of Texas. The inventory of waste sources is based on existing data compiled by the various state agencies. ...
  • Inventory. Jean Laffite Collection 

    Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center (Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, 1989-09)
    This Inventory of the Jean Laffite Collection is posted here to publicize the contents of the collection housed at the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center in Liberty, Texas. All items noted herein are housed ...
  • The invertebrate fauna of Texas Coast jetties; a preliminary survey. 

    Whitten, H.L.; Rosene, H.F.; Hedgepeth, J.W. (, 1950)
    An ecological survey of the marine invertebrate fauna was conducted on the jetties of the Texas coast during the months of June and July in 1938, 1939 and 1940. The jetties guard five passes to inland bays which are ...
  • Invertebrate Species Associated with the Oyster Reefs in Area M-6 

    Heffernan, Thomas L. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
    Objective: To determine the invertebrate species present on the Aransas and Copano Bay oyster reefs, the relative abundance, and distribution.