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  • Law of the Sea, Federal-State Relations and the Extension of the Territorial Sea 

    Ball, Milner S. (Dean Rusk Center for International and Comparative Law, 1978)
    The territorial sea of the United States is a political, legal and ecological phenomenon, absorbing in and of itself. It is also of immense interest for reasons which reach well beyond its geographical limits. What follows ...
  • Law of the Sea: Floating Monopoly Game 

    Frucht, Jamie (Texas Law Institute of Coastal and Marine Resources, 1974-05)
    To highlight some of the important issues of the forthcoming conference a symposium co-sponsored by the Texas Coastal and Marine Council and the Texas Juridical Isntitute was held in Houston recently. "What is Texas' stake ...
  • Law of the Sea: Floating Monopoly Game Phase II 

    Frucht, Jamie (Texas Coastal and Marine Council, 1975)
    This pamphlet attempts to put the conference in perspective, describing the BC (Before Caracas), DC (During Caracas) and AC (After Caracas) aspects of Law of the Sea.
  • Law of wetlands regulation 

    Want, William L. (Clark Boardman Company, Limited, 1990)
    No abstract available
  • Law, Institutions, and Policy. 

    Personett, M. (Texas Water Development Board and Texas Water Resources Institute, 1991)
    In many respects it can be argued that the water business is dominated by matters of public policy. This is not to say that science, technology and economics are unimportant, for the disciplines clearly have a major impact ...
  • Laying waste: The poisoning of America by toxic chemicals. 

    Brown, M.H. (Pantheon Books., 1980)
    No abstract available
  • Leaching and bioassay studies on the significance of heavy metals in dredged sediments. 

    Lee, G.F.; Lopez, J.M.; Mariani, G.M. (University of Texas, Center for Environmental Studies., 1976)
    This study examines the release of heavy metals from dredged sediments from various locations in the U.S. These studies have shown that for sediments tested thus far, the only heavy metal released in potentially significant ...
  • Lead and arsenic concentrations in some south Texas coastal-zone sediments 

    Presley, B.J.; J. H. Culp (Texas A&M University, Environmental Quality Program, 1972)
    The present study is part of a program initiated by Dr. Wayne Ahr, assistant professor, Department of Geology, Texas A&M University, which is intended to survey effects of agricultural practices on the concentration of ...
  • Lead in the Marine Environment 

    (, 1977)
    No abstract available
  • League City Quadrangle. Texas. 

    U.S. Geological Survey. (U.S. Geological Survey., 1986)
    A topographic map accurately represents the natural and manmade features of the land. USGS topographic maps are compiled to National Map Accuracy Standards using modern mapping techniques. The shape and elevation of the ...
  • Lean and Green Supply Chain: A Practical Guide for Materials Managers and Supply Chain Managers to Reduce Costs and Improve Environmental Performance 

    Battelle Memorial Institute (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2000-01)
    The purpose of this guidebook is to demonstrate the opportunities for improving both financial and environmental performance and to briefly review specific tools and methods. To achieve this goal, the guidebook is organized ...
  • Learn about redfish. 

    Simmons, E.G. (, 1976)
    The Redfish, Sciaenops ocellata, a member of the croaker family and a fine food and game fish, has many aliases. On the Atlantic Coast it is known as the channel bass or red drum. In Mexico, it is know as pescado colorado ...
  • Learning to be Waterwise & Energy Efficient: an education conservation program 

    National Energy Foundation (National Program Fullment Center, 1997)
    A three part overview video of the Learning to be Waterwise & Energy Efficient Program. It includes an HISD news story from Houston, Texas and a CD-ROM demonstration.
  • Learnings from the Texas nearshore dispersant demonstration project 

    Aurand, D; Clark, J; Jamail, R (, 2005)
    This project defines circumstances where a dispersant demonstration might be considered for an estuarine oil spill in Texas. In seeking approval for a spill of opportunity demonstration project, we developed criteria ...
  • Leasing and Management of Energy Resources on the Outer Continental Shelf 

    United States Bureau of Land Management; United States Geological Survey (United States Government Printing Office, 1976)
    This booklet describes the rules, regulations, and procedures that the Department of the Interior follows in leasing and supervising oil and gas resources of the OCS. It highlights the number of opportunities that State ...
  • A least cost analysis for the Houston Ship Channel 

    HAYS JA (, 247)
  • A least cost analysis for the Houston Ship Channel 

    Hays, A.J., Jr. (University of Texas at Austin, 1970)
    Results of this research indicate that substantial savings can be obtained through the application of systems analysis and optimization methods to water quality management problems on the upper reaches of the Houston Ship ...
  • Least-cost analysis for the Houston Ship Channel 

    Hays, A.J., Jr.; Gloynam E.F. (, 1969)
    The analysis showed that comprehensive planning can be enhanced through the discriminate use of optimization techniques, as expected. Computational results indicate significant reduction in waste treatment cost for the ...
  • Least-cost analysis for the Houston ship channel 

    HAYS JR AJ; GLOYNA EF (, 1969)
    The analysis showed that comprehensive planning can be enhanced through the discriminate use of optimization techniques, as expected. Computational results indicate significant reduction in waste treatment costs for the ...
  • Lectin-Binding Differences on Hemocytes of 2 Geographic Strains of the American Oyster, Crassostrea-Virginica 

    Cheng TC; Dougherty WJ; Burrell VG (, 1993 Apr)
    The saccharidal constituents of the surfaces of hemocytes of the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica, from Apalachicola Bay, Florida, and Galveston Bay, Texas, were determined by employing eight lectins with known sugar ...