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    • Recycling Study Guide 

      Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources (, 1988)
      No abstract available
    • Recycling: A financial blueprint for Texas cities 

      Regional Recycling Resource Center (Houston-Galveston Area Council; Clean Houston, Inc., 1994)
      This manual acts as a guide for local governments. It can be used to design and implement recycling programs. State recycling laws and other useful information is included to help estimate establishment and operating costs.
    • Recycling: reducing the bottom line 

      Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1993)
      This video focuses on recycling and waste reduction in the workplace. Recycling programs in ten different types of workplace facilities in seven Texas cities are shown. The video specifically illustrates the cost effectiveness ...
    • Red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) movement in Texas bays 

      Osburn, Hal R.; Matlock, Gary C.; Green, Albert W. (, 1982)
      Red drum movement in Texas bays was studied by means of fish tagged with internal abdominal anchor tags and subsequently released. Intrabay movement was minimal with the majority (>71%) of returned tagged red drum moving ...
    • Red drum sex ratio and size at sexual maturity 

      Matlock, G.C. (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Coastal Fisheries Branch, 1985)
      Gonads of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) collected with gill nets in Texas bays during October 1976-September 1977 were examined macroscopically to determine sex and maturity stage. The sex ratio (male to female) for all ...
    • The Red Record 

      Unknown author (Coast Seamen's Journal Print, 1897)
      This pamphlet presents a concise and vivid view of one phase of the American seaman's life. Considerations, not only of humanity, but of business expediency, as evidenced by the growing scarcity of seamen, demand public ...
    • Red tide 

      Lasker, Reuben, and F. G. Walton Smith (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
      The nature, causes and effects of phytoplankton blooms responsible for red tides in the Gulf of Mexico are discussed.
    • Red tide in Texas - An explanation of the phenomenon 

      (, 1986)
      No abstract available
    • Red tide in Texas: an explanation of the phenomenon. 

      Texas A&M University, Sea Grant Program. (Texas A&M University Sea Grant College Program., 1986)
      Red tide is a natural phenomenon caused by tiny, single-celled marine organisms called dinoflagellates. Red tides have been around for millions of years. There seems to be a red tide recorded in the Bible. Of the more ...
    • Red Tide in Texas: Frequency and Distribution 

      Denton, Winston (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 2001)
      Texas has historically recorded red tide events along coastal waters. The frequency of documented red tide events has increased since 1986. The 1986 red tide caused more documented impacts to fisheries resources than ...
    • Redfish Island Water Depths 

      U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (, 2002)
      No abstract available
    • Redfish roundup: sportsmen help remove reds from power plant lake. 

      Baker, B.; Johnson, R. (, 1990)
      No abstract available
    • Redhead ecology. 

      West, R.L. (, 1973)
      A total of 114,297 redheads was recorded for the Texas Gulf Coast in January, 1973. This contrasted sharply with the 246,671 redheads recorded in the December, 1972 survey. Reports were received of large rafts of redheads ...
    • Redondo Beach King Harbor, California, Design for Wave Protection: Coastal Model Investigation Final Report 

      Bottin, Robert R.; Mize, Marvin G. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1991-04)
      A 1:75-scale, three-dimensional hydraulic model was used to investigate the design of proposed breakwater modifications at Redondo Beach King Harbor, California, with respect to wave conditions in the harbor. The model ...
    • Reduced resolution polarimetric imagery characterization of the 1990 Galveston Bay oil spill 

      Egan WG; Israel SA (, 1997 Mar 1)
      Conference papers index
    • Reducing Future Flood Damage in New Orleans Through Home Elevation and Land Use Changes 

      Fischbach, Jordan R.; Wiseman, Shelley H. (The RAND Corporation, 2011)
    • Reducing Non-point Source Pollution - Galveston Bay and Beyond 

      Massey, Julie, Eddie Byrom, and Dr. William M. Johnson (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2003)
      Residential non-point source pollution has been recognized as a major pollutant source to Galveston Bay. To address the issue of residential non-point source pollution, the Galveston County Extension Office developed the ...
    • Reducing Nutrient Loads, Especially Nitrate-Nitrogen, to Surface Water, Ground Water, and the Gulf of Mexico 

      Mitsch, William J.; Day, John W., Jr.; Gilliam, J. Wendell; Groffman, Peter M.; Hey, Donald L.; Randall, Gyles W.; Wang, Naiming (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Ocean Service Coastal Ocean Program, 1999-05)
      The goal of this report is to identify and evaluate approaches for solving the problem of the hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico. This zone of low dissolved oxygen, which covers an area from 13,000 to 20,000 km^2 off the shore ...
    • Reducing the bycatch in a commercial trotline fishery. 

      McEachron, L.W.; Doerzbacher, J.F.; Matlock, G.C.; Green, A.W.; Saul, G.E. (, 1987)
      Reducing the by catch of red drum, Sciaenops ocellata, and spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, in the Texas commercial trotline fishery is desirable. Hook placement within the water column was examined as a means of ...
    • Reducing the Impacts of Coastal Hazards 

      Ward, Sandy; Main, Catherine (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 1998)