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    • Moving the Laffite Society publications from CD to the Web 

      Wiest, Natalie (2012-05-22)
      This working document guides users inputting back issues of serial publications to the Online Journal System of the Texas Digital Library. Texas Digital Library uses DuraSpace to create its web presence. Document created ...
    • MTBE movements between Texas Gulf Coast plants to be enhanced 

      Anon (, 1992)
      Texas Eastern Products Pipeline Co. (Teppco), Houston, has begun construction of its 'shuttle' pipeline, a 10-mile, 6 and 8-in. line to move methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) between producers and refiners along the Houston ...
    • Much Ado About Muck 

      Jacobson L (National Journal Group, Inc., 1999 Feb 2)
      Focuses on the dredging project directed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers at the Houston Ship Channel in Texas. Cost of the project; Economic impact of the port; How the project could enhance the competitiveness ...
    • Multi-purpose telescopic boom crane 

      Conteh, Sanfa S.; Gould, Dwayne; Ragasa, Ferdinand; Conteh, Lamin S.; Sene, Saliou (2012-06-01)
      The Goal of our Project is to design a crane that serve the purpose of both lifting cargoes on and off a vessel, and also as a gangway to transfer personnel from one vessel to another.
    • A multiparameter oil pollution source identification system 

      Miller, John W. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Monitoring, 1973)
      The feasibility of oil pollution source identification is demonstrated on eighty crude oils from the world's major oil fields. Measurements of fifteen diagnostic parameters were made on the 600+F fraction of the crude oil ...
    • Multiple reserve requirements, exchange rates, sudden stops and equilibrium 

      Wang, Wen-Yao; Hernandez-Verme, Paula (2009-03)
      We model a typical Asian-crisis-economy using dynamic general equilibrium techniques. Meaningful exchange rates obtain from nontrivial demands for flat currencies. Sudden stops/bank-panics are possible, and key for evaluating ...
    • Multiple Use of the Gulf of Mexico 

      Bybee, H.H. (Continental Oil Company, 1971-01)
      The three principal users of the Gulf of Mexico, the Oil and Gas, Fishing and Shipping Industries generate employment for thousands of people on and around the Gulf of Mexico. The Oil and Gas Industry, the newcomer to the ...
    • Municipal Guide for Shoreland Zoning 

      University of Maine at Orono Environmental Studies Center; University of Maine Shoreland Zoning Project (University of Maine at Orono, 1973-03)
      The following material is designed for use by Maine municipalities where minimal or virtually no activity has been undertaken to comply with the requirements of the Shoreland Zoning Law. It should be noted that both ...
    • Municipal Wastewater Reuse - Selected Readings On Water Reuse 

      United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1991-09)
      This document contains reprints of the following articles from the Water Pollution Control Federation's Water Environment & Technology Journal.
    • Muskrats on the Texas coast. 

      Lay, D.W.; O'Neill, T. (, 1942)
      Approximately 260,000 acres of marshland on the southeastern Texas coast between Galveston Bay and Louisiana (Fig. 1) yield an annual crop of muskrat pelts which in at least one recent season (1939-40) exceeded 350,000. ...
    • Mutagenic assessment and correlation of Houston air particulate samples. 

      Walker, R.D. (University of Texas Grad. School of Biomedicine Science at Galveston., 1979)
      No abstract available
    • Mysidacea from continental shelf waters of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. 

      Price, W.W.; McAllister, A.P.; Towsley, R.M.; DelRe, M. (, 1986)
      Eight species of Mysidacea were collected from continental shelf waters off Texas and Louisiana. Siriella thompsonii, Anchialina typica, Amathimysis brattegardi, Pseudomma heardi and Mysidopsis furca are recorded from the ...
    • The Mysidacea of Galveston Island. 

      Price, W. (, 1974)
      Mysidacea were collected from the West Bay near-shore area and the seaside beach of Galveston Island at monthly intervals from February, 1971 through January, 1972. Samples were made with a 5-foot beam trawl with netting ...
    • The mysidacea of two marsh embayments on the Texas coast. 

      Conte, F.S. (, 1972)
      Crustacea were collected from 2 marsh embayments, Alligator and Oyster Lakes, located west of West Bay, Galveston, Texas. Collections were taken twice a month during the period of October 1967, through August 1969 from 2 ...
    • The mysterious wolf of the south. 

      Nowak, R.M. (, 1972)
      Discussion of the biology and ecology of the red wolf with emphasis on its past, present and future status.
    • NASA Oceanic Processes Program. Biennial Report - Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987 

      Penny L. Peters; (National Aeronatuics and Space Administration, Office of Space Science and Applications, 1988)
      This biennial report for NASA's Oceanic Processes Program, covering fiscal years 1986 and 1987, provides an outline of our recent accomplishments, present activities, and future plans. Section 1 - Introduction - A brief ...
    • The nation's water resources: Texas Gulf region (12). The second national water assessment by the U.S. Water Resources Council. Preliminary: For review only. 

      U.S. Water Resources Council. (U.S. Water Resources Council., 1978)
      The United States Water Resources Council initiated the Second National Water Assessment in October of 1974. In the analysis of the data the base year is 1975 and projections are made for 1985 and 2000. The United States ...
    • National atlas of coastal waterbird colonies in the contiguous United States: 1976-82. 

      Spendelow, J.A.; Patton, S.R. (U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service., 1988)
      This report contains information on the coastal breeding distribution and abundance in the contiguous United States of 56 species (and the Great White Heron, now considered a subspecies of the Great Blue Heron) of colonially ...