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  • Alterations in the water quality of Galveston Bay on a time scale of decades 

    Ward, George H. and Neal E. Armstrong (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1997)
    This project acquired, digitized and compiled data from 26 historical and ongoing programs, dating back from some parameters, and sorted into two different segmentations: the 40 TNRCC water-quality segments, and 126 ...
  • Public section/private sector solutions: Summary and commentary 

    Heath, Robert L. (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1997)
    People interpret data in many ways. Three themes are worth considering. First, the data suggests that differences of opinion are likely to frustrate deliberations about environmental issues. Groups of people do not ...
  • Quality of storm water runoff from urbanized Houston metropolitan area 

    Chu, Min (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1997)
    The City of Houston, Harris County, Harris County Flood Control District, and the City of Pasadena sampled 15 representative storm water drainage sites in the Houston metropolitan area during 1992 and 1993. In response to ...
  • Research on the morphology of precipitation and runoff in Texas 

    Clark, Robert Alfred (Texas A&M University, Water Resources Institute, 1969)
    This project has consisted of two distinct phases: (1) equipment modification and instillation with associated collection and (2) analysis of data plus development of hydrological techniques. Errors inherent in the ...
  • The status and trends of selected marine resources of Galveston Bay: an overview 

    Robinson, Lance (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1997)
    The Coastal Fisheries Division of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has collected data on selected marine resources of Galveston Bay since the mid-1950's. The objectives of the Division were defined and ...
  • Summary of Capabilities for Analysis of Water Resource Planning Problems 

    Texas Water Development Board Systems Engineering Division (Texas Water Development Board, 1971-07)
    The brochure summarizes some of the more important computer capabilities developed to date. The capabilities are offered by the Board to qualified planning agencies for use in the analysis of their water resource planning ...
  • Utilization of natural and transplanted Texas salt marshes by fish and decapod crustaceans. 

    Minello, T.J.; Zimmerman, R.J. (, 1992)
    Habitat utilization by fish and decapod crustaceans was compared among 3 transplanted and 3 natural Spartina alterniflora marshes on the Texas (USA) coast during spring 1986. Created marshes had been transplanted on dredged ...