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  • Inventory of Bottom Types, Their Locations and Distributions - General Ecological Survey of the Matagorda Bay Area 

    Day, Donald S. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-08-15)
    Objective: To survey the bottom types in area M-4.
  • An inventory of coastal wetlands of the USA. 

    Alexander, C.E.; Broutman, M.A.; Field, D.W. (U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1986)
    This paper describes briefly an inventory of coastal wetlands of the USA compiled by the Strategic Assessment Branch (SAB) of the Ocean Assessments Division of the Office of Oceanography and Marine Assessment, National ...
  • An Inventory of Development Plans Pertaining to the Trinity River by Agencies other than the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 

    (, 1977)
    This study of the seventeen county region which contains the Trinity River Basin in east Texas was commissioned to determine the existence of actual, proposed, or planned projects in the Trinity River Project area. ...
  • Inventory of Environmental Research at Texas A&M University 

    Texas A&M University Environmental Quality Program (Texas A&M University Environmental Quality Program, August 197)
    This report summarizes the multi-discipline research efforts at TAMU. Some research truly involves several sciences simultaneously attacking a common problem, while other investigations independently attack problems from ...
  • Inventory of Environmental Research at Texas A&M University 

    Mazzaccaro, T (Texas A&M University Environmental Quality Program, June 1973)
    The Environmental Quality Program has compiled into broad, general categories the environmentally-oriented research which is in progress or has been published by Texas A&M University researchers. The result is expected to ...
  • Inventory of Invertebrate Forms Present in Area M-4 - General Ecological Survey of the Matagorda Bay Area 

    Lyon, J. M. (Texas Game and Fish Commission Marine Laboratory, 1962)
    Sampling indicated that both the white shrimp and brown shrimp were less abundant in 1961 than in 1960. The commercial shrimp harvest was reduced in 1961. Oyster reefs and private oyster leases were damages by the September, ...
  • Inventory of Invertebrate Forms Present with Annotations - General Ecological Survey of the Matagorda Bay Area 

    Day, Donald S. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-08-25)
    Objective: To prepare a checklist of the forms present and their relative abundance in Area M-4 during the year.
  • Inventory of Invertebrate Forms Present with Annotations on the Commercial Species of Shrimp 

    Day, Donald S. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
    Objective: To prepare a checklist of the forms present and their relative abundance in Area M-4 during the year.
  • Inventory of Macrofloral Forms Present and Utilization by Other Marine Forms - Oyster and Fisheries Investigations of Area M-5 

    Childress, U. R. (Texas Game and Fish Commission Marine Laboratory, 1961)
    Objectives: To collect and identify the macroflora of the area. Determine species present and distribution of species. Evaluate ecological importance to area.
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    West, R.L. (, 1973)
    Census indicated a Snow-blue goose population of 413,235 birds, composed of Grass Prairie Canada Geese and Short-Grass Prairie Canada geese. Census indicated a total population of 2,199,931 ducks of all species with 142,724 ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    Texas Game and Fish Commission. (, 1959)
    Total rainfall for 1958 equaled or exceeded the record mean at most points in the Gulf Coast region. The Lower Valley received the highest rainfall total since 1887. Good rainfall distribution over the coast resulted in ...
  • 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 1971. Estimates of species, numbers, and locations of concentrations were ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    McMahan, C.A. (, 1967)
    Complete waterfowl inventories were flown in October and November 1966 covering waterfowl range along the Texas coast. In December, an inventory of the lower coast was conducted, but inclement weather prevented a survey ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    McMahan, C.A. (, 1968)
    An inventory of coastal waterfowl populations in 1967 by personnel of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, showed a population of 970,583. Only 122,965 redhead ducks were counted, ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    McMahan, C.A. (, 1966)
    Complete waterfowl inventories were flown in October and November 1965 covering the waterfowl range along the Texas coast. In December, an inventory of the lower Texas coast was conducted, but inclement weather prevented ...
  • 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 ...