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    • Marine algae of the eastern tropical and subtropical coasts of the Americas. 

      Taylor, W.R. (University of Michigan., 1972)
      This is the first complete account of the marine algae of the eastern tropical and subtropical coasts of North and South America. With this manual, which contains 94 pages of illustrations, a bibliography and an index, all ...
    • Marine and Coastal Biodiversity 

      Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, 2010)
    • Marine and Coastal Geographical Information Systems 

      (, 2000)
      No abstract available
    • Marine and estuarine protection: programs and activities 

      U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, 1989)
      Coastal and marine waters are being viewed more and more as a unique resource. The very richness of the coastal environment has led to increasing migration of the nations population to the coast. The EPA has identified ...
    • Marine bacteria and fungi in the Gulf of Mexico 

      Zobell, Claude E. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
      Review of the functional characteristics of nearshore bacteria and fungi occurring in the Gulf of Mexico. The environmental effects of microbial activity are emphasized.
    • Marine bioinvasions: proceedings of the first national conference: January 24-27, 1999 

      Pederson, Judith; (MIT Sea Grant College Program, MIT SG Center for Coastal Resources, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1999)
      As recently as twenty years ago, only a handful of experts were discussing marine bioinvasions or expressing concern about impacts of nonindigenous species on ocean communities of ecosystems. That situation changed around ...
    • Marine biology of the government jetties in the Gulf of Mexico bordering the Texas coast. 

      Whitten, H. (University of Texas at Austin, 1940)
      No abstract available
    • Marine Biomes 

      Woodward, Susan L. (Greenwood Press, 2003)
      Oceans cover 71 percent of the Earth's surface and contain 97.2 percent of the planet's water. Considering that life occurs throughout the seas but survives in only a thin film on, just below and just above the continental ...
    • Marine Commerce: report to 65th legislature 

      Texas Coastal and Marine Council. (, 1977)
      This report is one of a series developed in response to S.R. 269 and H.S.R. 82, which called for a comprehensive assessment of current activities, problems and opportunities regarding marine commerce in Texas by the Texas ...
    • Marine Debris Action Agenda 

      Gulf of Mexico Program Marine Debris Subcommittee; American Management Systems, Inc. (Gulf of Mexico Program, 1992-12)
      This addendum to the October 1991 Marine Debris Action Agenda provides a status report on the action items proposed in that document. Of the fifty-five action items, 14 are completed/ongoing (26%), 33 are in various stages ...
    • Marine debris action plan for the Gulf of Mexico 

      American Management Systems, Inc. (Gulf of Mexico Program, 1991)
      To develop a comprehensive strategy to protect and enhance the Gulf's environmental quality is the major purpose of the Gulf of Mexico Program. The purpose of this Action Plan is to specify the primary activities needed ...
    • Marine debris education program supplement 

      U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, 1989)
      This article discusses the benefits and hazards of using plastics, and includes twenty-seven pages for coloring and various word searches. It targets children who are in elementary school, and uses this entertaining tool ...
    • Marine debris in Galveston Bay 

      Bay Line: quarterly news from the Galveston Bay Management Conference (Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1990)
      This is an article discussing the differing types of marine debris present in Galveston Bay. The types, locations, and amounts were mentioned within this article
    • Marine Debris Point Source Investigation: Padre Island National Seashore, March 1994-September 1995 

      Miller, John E. and Darrell L. Echols (b U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, 1996)
      The shoreline of Padre Island National Seashore is one of the most polluted in the United States. Marine debris pollution is the foremost natural resource problem at the National Seashore and is responsible for numerous ...
    • Marine Debris: Sources, Impacts and Solutions 

      (, 1997)
      No abstract available
    • Marine drilling exploration; technical and environmental criteria for rig selection 

      Krupa, Steven L; Watson, Ian (1984-06)
      The appropriate rig for offshore drilling is not necessarily the Glomar Challenger of the Discoverer Seven Seas, but rather the combination of equipment that best fits the budget and requirements of the project under ...
    • Marine ecological processes. 

      Valiela, I. (Springer-Verlag, 1984)
      No abstract available
    • Marine Education 

      Texas Sea Grant College Program (Texas Sea Grant College Program, 1994-01)
      This bibliography was first published as a result of a cooperative education effort of the nation's Sea Grant programs and the staff of The Living Seas pavilion presented by United Technologies at EPCOT Center in Orlando, ...
    • Marine Environmental Quality: Suggested Research Programs for Understanding Man's Effect on the Oceans 

      National Science Foundation Office of International Decade of Ocean Exploration (National Academy of Sciences, 1971)
      This report aims to highlight areas of investigation that the group believed were important for further study. There was no attempt to be either exhaustive or encyclopedic. In this field, in which the hard data are sparse, ...