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    • Texas City oil spill analysis. 

      Espey, Huston and Associates, Incorporated (Espey, Huston and Associates, Incorporated, 1982)
      No abstract available
    • Texas City Quadrangle. Texas. 

      U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Army Map Service. (U.S. Geological Survey, 1977)
      7.5 minute series (topographic). A topographic map accurately represents the natural and manmade features of the land. USGS topographic maps are compiled to National Map Accuracy Standards using modern mapping techniques. ...
    • Texas City recalls devastating blast 

      Thayer A (, 1997 Apr 2)
      Reports on the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the disaster on Galveston Bay of April 16, 1947 by Texas City officials and chemical companies. Account of the worst industrial disaster in United States history; ...
    • Texas City, Texas. 

      Greenpeace (, 1991)
      A loudspeaker system to blare warnings about chemical accidents and explosions at local factories has been installed in Texas City due to the health problems caused by wastewater dumping.
    • The Texas Clean Rivers Program: The upstream link to Galveston Bay management 

      Mitchell, Gary (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1997)
      The Texas Legislature in 1991 passed the Texas Clean Rivers Act (Senate Bill 818). Emphasizing a regional, watershed-based approach to water quality management, the Act requires an assessment of water quality issues and ...
    • Texas Clipper Badges 

      Unknown author (1965)
      Texas Clipper badges attached to the smoke stack of the ship sometime after it was acquired in 1965.
    • Texas Clipper Gangway Plank 

      Unknown author
      Large sign used on the gangway of the Texas Clipper I.
    • Texas Clipper I. Log books & deck plans 

      Texas Maritime Academy (1996)
    • Texas Clipper II Life Ring 

      Unknown author
      Life ring from the Texas Clipper II.
    • Texas Clipper Life Ring 

      Unknown author
      Life ring from the Texas Clipper. Included are a series of pictures of the Texas Clipper and other ships.
    • Texas Clipper Model 

      Gooby, Joe (1993)
      Joe Gooby (Bosun on the ship) always known as just “Gooby”, built this model of the Texas Clipper while on cruise.
    • Texas Clipper Oars 

      Unknown author
      Bright orange oars from the Texas Clipper.
    • Texas Clipper Painting 

      Anysen, Harry (1986)
      Painting of the TS Texas Clipper by Harry Anysen, State Artist of Texas from 1980-1981.
    • Texas Clipper Wheel 

      Unknown author
      Original wheel from Texas Clipper I from the Clipper engine room.
    • Texas Closure/Tortugas Closure 

      Nance, James M. (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, Galveston Laboratory, 1992)
      In 1976 the United States extended its jurisdiction over fisheries, exclusive of tuna, to 200 nautical miles and provided a program of management. Before that time fisheries in the territorial sea were managed by the ...
    • Texas Coast Hurricane Study, Feasibility Report - Volume I, Main Report 

      U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers., 1979)
      The purpose of the Texas Coast Hurricane Study has been to investigate the feasibility of reducing hurricane flood damages to long reaches of the Texas coast. The Texas coast has 4,320 square miles of land area subject to ...
    • Texas Coast Hurricane Study. Vol. II. Bay area report. 

      U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers., n.d.)
      The Galveston Bay study area is one of five areas investigated for the Texas Coast Hurricane Study. The study area traverses 80 miles of the Texas coast from High Island on the east to the Brazos River Diversion Channel ...
    • Texas coast hurricanes. 

      Broussard, A., and N. Martin; (Texas A&M University, Sea Grant Program., 1986)
      This publication is designed to reduce the risks from severe coastal storms and hurricanes by describing what they are, how they work, the reasons why they can be so destructive, and the steps that individuals can take to ...
    • Texas coast inlet studies. Beach profiles, jetty condition surveys and mid-point surveys. 1979-1980. 

      U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers., 1980)
      No abstract available
    • Texas coast management program, public hearing transcripts, Galveston, August 20, 1976 

      Texas General Land Office (Texas, General Land Office, 1976)
      No abstract available