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    • Biomonitoring. Using Living Organisms to Track Complex Pollutants. 

      Jensen, Ric (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1989)
      Biomonitoring, the use of living organisms to monitor the effect of pollutants, is an evolving way to identify whether complex chemicals in today's environment are causing health risks to humans and other animals. At least ...
    • Bioremediation efficacy in Marrow Marsh following the Apex oil spill, Galveston Bay, Texas 

      Nadeau R; Singhvi R; Ryabik J; Lin YH; Syslo J; Environment Canada OOCTD (, 1992 199)
      The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Environmental Response Team analyzed samples taken from Marrow Marsh, Galveston Bay, Texas, to assess the efficacy of the August 5, 1990 bioremediation treatment in the marsh ...
    • Biosolids Generation, Use, and Disposal in the United States 

      United States Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste and Emergency Response (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1999-09)
      The purpose of this report is to broaden the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) series of solid waste studies by quantifying the amount of biosolids managed by municipal solid waste (MSW) facilities. Biosolids ...
    • Biotic assemblages and ecological controls on reefs and banks of the northwest Gulf of Mexico. 

      Rezak, R.; Gittings, S.R.; Bright, T.J. (, 1990)
      No abstract available
    • The biotic provinces of Texas. 

      Blair, W.F. (, 1950)
      The major biotas are represented in Texas. Plants and animals of the eastern, humid, coastal plain forest that enter eastern Texas. Plants and animals of the arid southwestern deserts and mountains are characteristic of ...
    • Bird Behavior and Mortality in Relation to Power Lines in Prairie Habitats 

      Faanes, Craig A. (U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, 1987)
      Research was conducted to determine the magnitude of avian mortality caused by power transmission lines in prairie habitats during the two spring and two fall migrations periods between July 1980 and May 1982. Searches for ...
    • Bird colonies along the Texas coast. 

      Allen, R.P. (, 1952)
      1939 census showed 23 coastal nesting sites; 23 species with a total of 40,000 nesting birds. 1950 census showed 26 coastal nesting sites with a population of 46,500 and 26 species. However, list of species shows decline ...
    • Bird life of coasts and estuaries 

      Ferns, P.N. (University of Cambridge, 1992)
      This publication provides a description of the bird life of the British coastline and adjacent off-shore waters from an ecological point of view, using information from the latest research to show how bird distribution and ...
    • The bird life of Texas. 2 vols. 

      Oberholser, H.C., and E.B. Kincaid, Jr.; (University of Texas at Austin, 1974)
      The purpose of this book is to give a detailed history and natural history of all the species and subspecies of indigenous birds which have occurred within the present (1973) State of Texas from the date of the first ...
    • Bird mortality: Galveston Island, Texas. 

      King, K.A. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1974)
      An estimated 5,000 dead birds of at least 32 species washed ashore on Galveston Island beaches on 7 and 8 May 1974. Of this total, about 62% were migrating passerines, including warlbers, thrusher, flycatchers, and ...
    • Bird use of Galveston Bay. 

      Tirpak, A. (, 1991)
      No abstract available
    • A birder's checklist of the upper Texas coast. 

      Feltner, T.B.; Pettingell, N. (Houston Outdoor Nature Club, Ornithology Group., 1974)
      No abstract available
    • A birder's checklist of the upper Texas coast. 

      Dauphin, D.T.; Pettingell, A.N.; Rozenburg, E.R. (Houston Outdoor Nature Club, Ornithology Group., 1989)
      No abstract available
    • A birder's checklist of the upper Texas coast. 6th edition. 

      Feltner, T.B.; Pettingell, A.N. (Houston Outdoor Nature Club, Ornithology Group., 1980)
      No abstract available
    • Birds [of] Brazoria and San Bernard National Wildlife Refuges, Texas. 

      U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service., 1987)
      No abstract available
    • Birds and other wildlife of south central Texas: a handbook 

      Kutac, E.A.; Caran, S.C. (University of Texas Press, 1994)
      This handbook offers a concise natural history of Central Texas and comlete checklist of all native and naturalized vertebrate animals, including birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fish as well as invertebrates that ...
    • Birds of North America. 

      Robbins, C.S.; Bruin, B.; Zim, H.S. (Golden Press., 1966)
      This is a general field guide for the identification of all North American Birds. It includes color illustrations, distribution maps, written descriptions and voice characterizations.
    • The birds of the Gulf of Mexico 

      Lowery, George H., and Newman Robert J. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
      Species lists were compiled for birds that are known to occur in association with the Gulf of Mexico environment. The author includes all coastal birds and land birds known to fly over the open Gulf. The occurrence of ...
    • The birds on Galveston Island. 

      Hall, C.E.; Hildebrand, J.E.; Binhammer, R.T.; Hall, O. (, 1959)
      Summary of the findings of others and the authors for over a decade of study of Galveston Island. The number resident in winter exceeds that of the summer.