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  • Book reviews 

    Smallwood J (Kent State University Press, 1998 Dec)
    Reviews the book `Battle on the Bay: The Civil War Struggle for Galveston,' by Edward T. Cotham Jr
  • Book reviews 

    Casdorph PD (Southern Historical Association, 1999 Nov)
    Reviews the book `Battle on the Bay: The Civil War Struggle for Galveston,' by Edward T. Cotham Jr
  • Books 

    (Visual Studies Workshop, 1997 Nov)
    Reviews the book `Trinity River,' by Luther Smith
  • Border Wars 

    Miller, Jennifer; Southern Exposure (Institute for Southern Studies, 1982)
    This article discusses the disagreements over management of a bay's resources that is present between Maryland and Virginia.
  • Born again: Buffalo Bayou. 

    Wade, R. (, 1990)
    No abstract available
  • Boston Harbor: No Party after the Tea Party 

    Deland, Michael R. (Office of Public Affairs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1988)
    This article discusses the most polluted harbor in the United States, Boston Harbor. This article discusses the legislative problems, the regulatory approach to environmental preservation of the harbor, the scientific ...
  • Botanical elements. 

    Nixon, E.S.; Willet, L. (Stephen F. Austin State University., 1972)
    The purpose of this study was to conduct a preliminary survey of the botanical elements (vascular plants) in association with the Trinity River Basin from Fort Worth to the upper reaches of the proposed Tennessee Colony ...
  • The bottlenose dolphins of Galveston shores. 

    Wursig, B.; Henningsen, T. (, 1991)
    No abstract available
  • Bottlenose dolphins of San Luis Pass, Texas: Occurrence patterns, site-fidelity, and habitat use 

    Maze KS; Wursig B (, 1999)
    Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in the Galveston Bay Estuary, Texas, have been studied continuously since 1990. Most of this research has taken place in the 'Galveston Bay' area at the northeastern end of Galveston ...
  • Bottlenose dolphins of San Luis Texas: Occurrence patterns, site-fidelity and habitat use 

    Maze, Katherine and Linda-Jane Smith, MD (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1999)
    In September 1995 a project began to examine occurrence patterns, habitat use, site fidelity, and movements of bottlenose dolphins in the San Luis Pass area, a relatively undisturbed area at the southwestern end of Galveston ...
  • Bottom communities of the Gulf of Mexico 

    Hedgpeth, Joel W. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
    A brief overview is provided of the major bottom communities occurring in the Gulf of Mexico. These include the oyster community, Serpulord reefs, the jetty community, sand beach communities, coral and sponge communities, ...
  • Bottom fauna study--distribution and relative abundance of Rangia cuneata. 

    Parker, J.C. (, 1966)
    Ninety-three species of mollusks were collected and identified in the first phase of an ecological study of Galveston estuary. A portion of the data relating to one of these species (R.cuneata) is presented as an example ...
  • Bottom fishing obstructions: Texas/Louisiana Gulf. 

    Graham, G.L. (, 1975)
    Bottom obstructions which could damage fishing nets along the western and northwestern Gulf Coast are plotted on National Ocean Survey Charts and tabulated by Loran stations and water depth. Primarily for use by commercial ...
  • Bottom sediments of Area M-2 

    Renfro, William C. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
    Samples of the bottom sediments in upper Galveston and Trinity Bays were obtained by various means including by hand, plastic tube, Eckman dredge, etc. and the distribution of the various bottom types were plotted throughout ...
  • Bottom Survey of Oso Bay - Biological Survey of Area M-7 

    Martinez, Rudy (Texas Game and Fish Commission Marine Laboratory, 1961)
    The main bottom type in Oso Bay consists mostly of soft black mud. This produces a generally turbid condition, and as a result, has a pronounced effect on the total ecology. Only a few patches of vegetation are found in ...
  • Bottom Trawl Explorations in Green Bay of Lake Michigan, 1963-65 

    Reigle, Norman J., Jr. (United States Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Commercial Fishes, 1969-03)
    A bottom trawling survey was made during 11 cruises operating for 36 days over the 3-year study period. Explorations were made at all possible fishing depths and during 8 months. The 179 exploratory drags made during this ...
  • Bottom Trawl Explorations in Lake Superior, 1963-65 

    Reigle, Norman J., Jr. (United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 1969-01)
    Six exploratory fishing cruises, totaling 122 operating days, were made by the research vessel Kaho from November 1963 to October 1965. Most of the exploratory operations were in the central and eastern portions of the ...
  • Bottom Trawl Explorations in Southern Lake Michigan, 1962-65 

    Reigle, Norman J., Jr. (United States Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Commercial Fishes, 1969-02)
    For 4 years the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Exploratory Fishing and Gear Research Base at Ann Arbor, Mich., surveyed the abundance, seasonal availability, and depth distribution of various fish stocks. The alewife (Alosa ...
  • The brackish water clam Rangia cuneata as indicator of ecological effects of salinity changes in coastal waters. 

    Hopkins, S.H.; Anderson, J.W.; Horvath, K. (Texas A&M University, Department of Biology., 1973)
    In the search for a laboratory test that could be used to determine when estuarine salinity changes were favorable or unfavorable, salinities in the range from 0 to 38 were tested on adult Rangia clams for effects on ...
  • Brackish water pond culture of fishes and their use as biological monitors of the water quality of thermal effluent from a power station 

    Kaehler, T. (Texas A&M University, 1975)
    Channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus; Florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus; spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus; spot, Leiostomus xanthurus; Atlantic croaker, Micropogon undulatus; Atlantic spadefish, Chaetodipterus ...