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  • Mission/Aransas Watershed Wetland Conservation Plan 

    Elizabeth H. Smith and Suzanne J. Dilworth (Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, Center for Coastal Studies, 1999)
    The concept of wetland preservation or restoration is generally directed in the interest of animals that depend on these systems for survival (e.g., waterfowl, fish, etc.)/ Wetland systems are critical to maintaining clean ...
  • A Mississippi marine finfish management plan 

    Etzold, D.J.; Christmas, J.Y. (Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, 1979)
    No abstract available
  • Mississippi marine resource specialist searches for differences between man-made and natural marshes. 

    Ebner, S. (, 1993)
    Marine resource specialist compares the types and numbers of creatures in a natural marsh to those in a man-made marsh.
  • Mississippi River Gulf Outlet Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Site Designation: environmental impact statement: final. 

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 6 (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 6, 1989)
    PURPOSE AND NEED - The purpose of this final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is to evaluate the MRGO Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Site (ODMDS) as an appropriate EPA designated site. This site, at the gulfward end ...
  • Mississippi-Alabama Continental Shelf Ecosystem Study. Data Summary and Synthesis. Volume I: Executive Summary. 

    U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region (U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, 1991)
    ... To partially remedy this situation, the Minerals Management Service has sponsored a large multi-year and multi-disciplinary effort to examine the continental shelf ecosystem off the coast of Mississippi and Alabama. ...
  • The mitigation banking debate. 

    Kusler, J. (, 1992)
    Although attractive to economists, landowners, and developers, mitigation banks are opposed by many environmental groups and agencies.
  • Mitigation banking on a wider plane. 

    Marsh, L.L.; Acker, D.R. (, 1992)
    There are two issues that have significantly affected the use of wetland mitigation banks. The first regards the extent to which mitigation banks should provide credits for conserving wetlands that are different from the ...
  • Mitigation banking: moving from what we have to what we want 

    Werner, Frederick T. (Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1993)
    Mitigation banking is, quite simply, building a wetland forest or marsh and manipulating it for several years until the regulatory community is satisfied that it is successful; i.e., a self-sustaining system that will ...
  • Mitigation evaluation study for the south Texas coast, 1975- 1986. 

    Cobb, Robyn Anderson (Corpus Christi State University, Center for Coastal Studies, 1987)
    In recent years the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) has perceived a need to assess the effectiveness of its recommendations for mitigation of adverse impacts to fish, wildlife, and their habitats. The purpose of ...
  • Mitigation strategies for developed areas of Galveston Bay 

    Hickman, Anne L. (Southwest Texas State University, 1993)
    Texas has lost a significant amount of wetlands in the last decade due to human impacts from development. Of these, dredging and dredge-related activities have the greatest impact. This study discusses mitigation strategies ...
  • Mitsubishi kills its Texas Copper project, cites drawn-out process. 

    Comstock, A. (, 1992)
    The Mitsubishi Materials Corp. announced Wednesday it will not build a copper smelting plant here, blaming delays in the permitting process and environmental activists.
  • Mixed-Function Oxidase Studies in the Redfish, Sciaenops-Ocellata, from Galveston Bay, Texas 

    Stahl CH; Sultatos LG; Hacker CS; Murphy SD (, 1984)
    The metabolism of parathion to para-nitrophenol (PNP) in redfish (Sciaenops ocellata ) liver microsomes has been both identified and characterized. This mixed-function oxidase (MFO) reaction in redfish requires NADPH and ...
  • Mixing processes between shelf and deep sea waters off the Texas coast. 

    Ichiye, T.; Sudo, H. (Texas A&M University, Department of Oceanography, 1971)
    Forty STD stations as well as four Nansen cast stations and eighteen BT stations were made during a cruise of March 18-22 on board the Alaminos south of Galveston on the continental shelf and slope. The data indicate that ...
  • Mobility and persistence of hexazinone in a forest watershed 

    Bouchard, D.C.; Lavy, T.L.; Lawson, E.R. (American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, 1985)
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  • Model Code for Energy Conservation in New Building Construction 

    International Conference of Building Officials; Southern Building Code Congress International, Inc.; Building Officials & Code Administrators International. Inc. (United States Energy Research and Development Administration, 1977-12)
    In response to the recognized lack of existing consensus standards directed to the conservation of energy in building design and operation, the preparation and publication of such a standard was accomplished with the ...
  • A Model for Assessment of Impacts of Brown Shrimp Fishery Management Closures in the Gulf of Mexico 

    Martinez, Eduardo X. (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, Galveston Laboratory, 1992)
    An age-structured model fo the Gulf of Mexico brown shrimp fishery was developed to study the impacts of seasonal management closures on biological and economic yields. The basic premise of the model is to prohibit fishing ...
  • A model for three dimensional density stratified flow 

    King, I.P. (Resource Management Associates, 1988)
    This report describes the computer models modified and developed under contract #DACW39-85-C-0085 issued by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station. This report is separated into series of ...
  • Model Hurricane Plan for a Coastal Community 

    US Department of Commerce; Environmental Science Services Administration; Weather Bureau (US Department of Commerce, Environmental Science Services Administration, Weather Bureau, 1966-07)
    The model community hurricane preparedness which follows is addressed primarily to local authorities in cities and communities along the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Coasts vulnerable to hurricanes. It is intended to offer ...
  • Model minimum hurricane resistant building standards for the Texas Gulf Coast (preliminary review draft). 

    Texas Coastal and Marine Council. (Texas Coastal and Marine Council., 1976)
    This report presents the elements: (1) Discussion of the hurricane-related processes impacting the Texas coast, (2) Nature and magnitude of the potentialy destrucitve forces associated with these processes, including the ...
  • Model minimum hurricane-resistant building standards for the Texas Gulf coast. 

    Texas Coastal and Marine Council. (Texas Coastal and Marine Council., 1976)
    No abstract available