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    • Soil chemical analysis 

      Jackson, Marion LeRoy (Prentice-Hall, 1958)
      No abstract available
    • Soil survey Fort Bend County, Texas. Land inventory and monitoring important farmland survey 

      Mowery, I.C.; McKee, G.S.; Matanzo, F.; Francis, E. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, 1960)
    • Soil survey of Austin and Waller Counties, Texas 

      Greenwade, James M. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, 1984)
    • Soil Survey of Brazoria County, Texas 

      Crenwelge, G.W.; Crout, J.D.; Griffin, E.L.; Golden, M.L.; Baker, J.K. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service., 1981)
      No abstract available
    • Soil Survey of Chambers County, Texas 

      Crout, J.D. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, n.d.)
      Chambers County covers a total of 560,000 acres of which 381, 517 acres is land and 178,483 of which is water. The area is nearly level, featureless plain that has very little dissection although the Trinity River and ...
    • Soil survey of Galveston County, Texas 

      Crenwelge, G.W.; Griffin, E.L.; Baker, J.K. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, 1988)
      This soil survey contains information that can be used in land-planning programs in Galveston County. It contains predictions of soil behavior for selected land uses. The survey also highlights limitations and hazards ...
    • Soil survey of Galveston Island. 

      Crenwelge, G.W.; Baker, J.K.; Griffin, E.L. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service., 1979)
      No abstract available
    • Soil survey of Harris County, Texas 

      Wheeler, Frankie F. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, 1976)
      Harris County covers 1,765 sq. miles, or 1,129,500 acres. About 40% of the county is urban land, 25% pasture and range, 15% woodland, 15% cropland, and 5% federal land and water areas. The soils in the coast prairie area ...
    • Soil survey of Polk and San Jacinto Counties, Texas 

      McEwen, H.; Griffith, K.; Deshotels, J.D. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, 1983)
      NOT AVAILABLE IN HOUSE EAS
    • Soil water salinity variations and their effects on Spartina alterniflora 

      Webb, J.W. (, 1983)
      Soil water salinities at five intertidal elevations of two salt marshes, one on the bay side of Bolivar Peninsula and the other on the bay side of Galveston Island, Texas, were sampled during the summer of 1978. Samples ...
    • Soils investigation: Sim Gideon Steam Plant Bastrop, Texas. Volume I: Analyses and recommendations. 

      National Soil Services, Incorporated (National Soil Services, Incorporated, 1963)
      No abstract available
    • The soils of Texas. 

      Texas A&M University, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. (Texas A&M University, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station., 1931)
      A survey of soils throughout Texas with nearly 100 of the most important soils described.
    • Sole Source Aquifer Designation - Petitioner Guidance 

      United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Ground Water Protection (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1987-02)
      The purpose of this guidance is to aid the potential Sole Source Aquifer (SSA) petitioners to prepare and submit SSA designation petitions to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Regional Offices in a complete and ...
    • Solid - associated viruses in a polluted estuary 

      Metcalf, T.G.; Rao, V.C.; Melnick, J.L. (S. Karger, 1984)
      These studies were part of a series of investigations carried out by our laboratory to assess virus pollution of marine resources in coastal Texas waters. Galveston Bay has been the focal point for these studies because ...
    • Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Through Intergovernmental Cooperation 

      Coastal Bend Council of Governments (Coastal Bend Council of Governments, 1974-02)
      Problems in solid waste collection and disposal in Bee County were identified as having potential solutions through intergovernmental cooperation. At least, solid waste management has been addressed through the cooperative ...
    • Solid waste contracting workbook 

      Houston-Galveston Area Council; Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.; West, Christina (Houston-Galveston Area Council (HGAC), 1996)
      The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) authorized the development of this workbook in support of its regional solid waste management implementation activities. Its goal is to be a practical guide for H-GAC member ...
    • Solid waste management plan for Texas 1980-1986. Volume 2: Industrial Solid Waste. 

      Texas Department of Water Resources (Texas Department of Water Resources, 1981)
      Volume II of this plan encompasses the overall solid waste management responsibilities of the Texas Department of Water Resources as delineated in the State Solid Waste Disposal Act. This includes those activities associated ...
    • Solid Waste Processing Center and Landfill for the City of Galveston: Interim Study Report 

      American Engineering Associates, Inc. (, 1971)
      American Engineering Associates, Inc. has been retained by the City of Galveston, Texas, to conduct an engineering feasibility study and to develop a preliminary design for a solid waste processing center and elevated solid ...
    • Solutions for Shoreline Erosion 

      Rideau Valley Conservation Authority (Rideau Valley Conservation Authority, 2011-03)
    • Solutions to non-point source pollution: the 23rd Water for Texas Conference: December 5-6, 1990, Lubbock Plaza Hotel, Lubbock, TX 

      Jensen, Ric; (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1990)
      The Texas Water Resources Institute was especially pleased to organize the 23rd Water for Texas Conference in Lubbock dealing with non-point source pollution....The goal of this Conference was to discuss current assessments ...