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  • Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, and Your Home 

    United States Environmental Protection Agency Indoor Environment Division (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2002)
    No abstract available.
  • Brief History of Project Nine of the Texas A&M Research Foundation 1947-1950 

    Hopkins, Sewell H. (Texas A&M Research Foundation, 1980-04)
    No abstract available.
  • Brief History of the New England Offshore Fisheries 

    Jensen, Albert C. (United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 1967-03)
    The leaflet describes the origin and subsequent development of several of the principal offshore fisheries of New England. It traces the industry from the Colonial period when the chief catch was cod to the present day ...
  • Brief studies in Texas bird life. Booklet No. 10. 

    Burr, J.G. (Texas Game Fish and Oyster Commission., 1936)
    No abstract available
  • Broadbills spark new interest. 

    Osborn, M. (, 1980)
    Texas anglers are becoming increasingly interested in the swordfish. This large game fish, which may attain a weight of up to 200 pounds, has a broad, flattened bill one-third its total length and large blue eyes near the ...
  • Broadening horizons in Galveston's heavy traffic 

    Snieckus D (, 1999)
    Prudently anticipating leaner commercial times ahead for the global seismics business, Fugro-Geoteam in Norway has been working flat out to establish coverage of a range of further-flung niche markets. Last month it wrapped ...
  • Brown and white shrimp mortality studies. 

    Klima, E.F.; Osborn, K.W. (, 1963)
    Mark and recapture experiments were used to describe population movements and to measure growth and mortality of brown and white shrimp in the northern Gulf.
  • Brown pelicans: Precarious recovery of a ravaged species 

    Casteel, P (, 1994)
    The heavy use of DDT during World War II has lead to the brown pelican's endangerment. Today, there is still danger for the pelicans from DDT that is trapped in sediment until storms or dredging release it. Trudy Belz ...
  • Brown Shrimp Harvest Prediction - Western Gulf of Mexico 

    Matthews, Geoffrey A. (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, Galveston Laboratory, 1992)
    Each year the NMFS Galveston Laboratory frecasts the future annual harvest of brown shrimp from the Gulf of Mexico off Louisiana and Texas. Prediction of the Louisiana catch is based largely on the regression between May's ...
  • A Brownian-pumping model for trace metal scavenging: evidence from Th isotopes. 

    Honeyman, B.D.; Santschi, P.H. (, 1989)
    No abstract available
  • The Brownwood Marsh restoration project: a successful effort to restore and create wetland habitat 

    Calnan, Thomas R. (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1997)
    The Brownwood Marsh Restoration Project is in the tidal segment of the San Jacintto River near Baytown, Texas. The Project provides for the replacement of natural resources injured, destroyed or lost as a result of releases ...
  • Bubble use during prey capture by a lone bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) 

    Fertl D; Wilson B (, 1997)
    There are only three cetacean species that have been previously documented to use bubbles to corral fish: humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae), killer whale (Orcinus orca), and Atlantic spotted dolphin (Stenella frontalis). ...
  • A bucephalid larva, Cercaria pleuromerae N. Sp. (Trematoda: Digenea), parasitizing a deepwater bivalve from the Gulf of Mexico 

    Wardle, W.J. (American Society of Parasitologists, 1988)
    A new bucephalid larva, Cercaria pleuromerae, is described from bivalve molluscs, Pleuromeris armilla, taken from the Gulf of Mexico, 185 mi southeast of New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A., at a depth of 205 m. Sporocysts ...
  • Buffalo Bayou & tributaries, Texas feasibility report (flood damage prevention). 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1988)
    The Buffalo Bayou and tributaries study area comprises nearly 1,034 square miles in Harris and parts of Fort Bend and Waller Counties and drains most of the urbanized area of Houston and surrounding suburban communities. ...
  • Buffalo Bayou and Beyond 

    Tuley, Aaron (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2003)
    On 23 September 02, the Buffalo Bayou Partnership, in conjunction with the City of Houston, Harris County and Harris County Flood Control District, will be unveiling its Buffalo Bayou and Beyond Master Plan. An 18-month ...
  • Buffalo Bayou and Tributaries, Texas - Addicks and Barker Dams - Environmental Assessment Dam Safety 

    United States Army Engineer District, Galveston (United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1981-11)
    Addicks and Barker Reservoirs in their present configuration do not meet Corps of Engineers criteria for dam safety. Under existing conditions with flows of large enough magnitude to fill the reservoirs, spillage would ...
  • Buffalo Bayou: Mechanical aeration proposed for stream. 

    Scarlett, H. (, 1983)
    No abstract available
  • Bufo houstonensis Sanders. 

    Brown, L.E. (, 1973)
    This is a summary of existing knowledge and a complete bibliography of the endangered Houston toad. The species is known to occur in southwestern Houston, Harris County; Bastrop County; and Burleson County only.
  • Build-A-PIVOT 

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Coastal Services Center (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2000)
    Building a PIVOT Web site is easy. This Build-A-PIVOT CD-ROM is both tutorial and software application. Step through the tutorial and you'll build your PIVOT Web pages as you go.
  • Building a Bird Paradise 

    Ikenson B (Kalmbach Publishing Co., 2001 Aug)
    Focuses on the creation of Bolivar Bird Island in the Galveston Bay, Texas. Collaboration between biologist and businesspeople in establishing the bird site; Effects of tidal salt marshes to the bay ecosystem