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    • Phytoplankton toxicity 

      Ward, Jack T., and B.J. Copeland (The University of Texas, Marine Science Institute at Port Aransas, 1969)
      The phytoplankton toxicity phase of the Galveston Bay Study Biology-Ecology Section has been the continuation of the standard growth analysis of water samples from Trinity River, Houston Ship Channel, Dickinson Bay, Texas ...
    • Phytoplankton toxicity 

      Ward, Jack T., and B.J. Copeland (The University of Texas, Marine Science Institute at Port Aransas, 1969)
      The phytoplankton toxicity phase of the Galveston Bay project is directed toward determination of toxicity in various locations of Galveston Bay which affect the survival of phytoplankton. These areas are Houston Ship ...
    • Phytoremediation of Groundwater at Air Force Plant 4 Carswell, Texas - Innovative Technology Evaluation Report 

      United States Department of Defense Environmental Security; United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2003-09)
      A demonstration of a Phytoremediation Groundwater Treatment system was conducted at the Carswell Naval Air Station (NAS) Golf Club in Fort Worth, Texas to investigate the ability of purposely planted eastern cottonwood ...
    • Phytoremediation of Organics Action Team 

      United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response; United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1999-11)
      No abstract available.
    • Phytoremediation Resource Guide 

      United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1999-06)
      Identifying and accessing pertinent information resources that will help site cleanup managers evaluate innovative technologies is key to the broader use of these technologies. This Guide is intended to increase awareness ...
    • Pictorial atlas of Texas coastal hazards. 

      Texas Coastal and Marine Council. (Texas Coastal and Marine Council, 1977)
      This publication is an attempt to bring to the public's attention examples of existing natural processes and the potential disaster situations they pose to the Texas coast. Only with increased public awareness and consequent ...
    • A Pictorial History of Clear Creek and Clear Lake 

      Gallaway, Alecya (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2003)
      The history of Clear Creek and Clear Lake will be explored as we travel through time from the natural channel snaking into the lake from Galveston Bay to the headwaters in Brazoria and Fort Bend counties. The legacy of ...
    • Pierce marsh restoration project 

      Sipocz, Marissa G., and Linda R. Shead (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1999)
      Most marsh creation/restoration projects to date within Galveston Bay consisted of simple revegetation of marsh elevation shorelines or beneficial uses of dredge material. The Pierce Marsh project applied a new technique ...
    • Pilot Study of the Activity Assessment Routine Ecological Systems Component for a Waterway Activity 

      RPC, Inc. (RPC, Inc., 1980)
      The Ecological Systems Component (ESC) of the Activity Assessment Routine (AAR) was developed by the Texas Coastal Management Program to serve as a general assessment tool for coastal development. A pilot study, part of ...
    • Pilot study of the activity assessment routine ecological systems component. 

      Research and Planning Consultants, Incorporated (Research and Planning Consultants, Incorporated, 1978)
      No abstract available
    • Pipeline spills fuel into Galveston Bay. 

      Stolls, A.; Oil Spill Intelligence Report (, 1990)
      No abstract available
    • Pipeline Utility Corridor Standards 

      Anderson, Clifford F. (Mississippi State University Engineering & Industrial Research Station, 1975)
      No abstract available.
    • Pipelines and natural resources of the Texas coast. 

      Batterton, J.; Green, R. (Texas, General Land Office, 1980)
      No abstract available
    • Piping plover. 

      Godwin-Glass, N. (, 1991)
      No abstract available
    • Pirates Beach Section 6 proposed development hydrodynamic simulation of tidal flows. 

      Espey, Huston and Associates, Incorporated (Espey, Huston and Associates, Incorporated, 1979)
      No abstract available
    • Pirates' Beach beach profile 2007-2008 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston Coastal Geology Laboratory (2008)
    • Pirates' Beach beach profile 2007-2008. Miscellaneous files 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston Coastal Geology Laboratory (2008)
    • Pirates' Beach West beach profile 2007-2008 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston Coastal Geology Laboratory (2008)
    • Pirates' Beach West beach profile 2007-2008. Miscellaneous files 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston Coastal Geology Laboratory (2008)
    • Pitbull pump helps HP&L use bay water without harming fish 

      Chambers A (Penn Well Publishing Co., 1995 May)
      Reports on Houston Lighting & Power Co.'s pitbull pump. Transfer of trash and fish downstream from Galveston Bay in Texas with minimal damage to marine life; Pumping principle; Design