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Burnett, Crystal, and Scott Bays and vicinity, Baytown, Texas. Feasibility report for flood damage reduction
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1975)
The purpose of this study has been to investigate flooding problems in areas of Baytown, Texas, adjoining Burnett, Crystal and Scott Bays, with particular references to past and future effects of general land subsidence ...
Flood plain information, Dickinson Bayou, Dickinson, Texas.
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1968)
Flooding of Dickinson Bayou, Dickinson, Texas is described in a report of flood plain problems based on records of rainfall, runoff, and historical and present flood heights. Maps, photographs, profiles, and cross sections ...
Flood plain information - Cedar Bayou, Houston Metropolitan area, Texas.
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1972)
Baytown, Texas, extends 11 miles up the west bank of Cedar Bayou from its mouth at Galveston Bay. Cedar Bayou meanders through relatively flat fores and agricultural land but is heavily developed along its lower reaches, ...
Feasibility report. Texas coast hurricane study: Volume II: Bay area report (Part 2 of 5). Galveston Bay study segment.
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1979)
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 ...
Galveston's bulwark against the sea: history of the Galveston seawall.
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1974)
No abstract available
Texas Coast Hurricane Study, Feasibility Report - Volume I, Main Report
(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 ...
Galveston Harbor and Channel, Texas: operation and maintenance manual for seawall extension 16,300 feet at Galveston, Texas.
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1962)
No abstract available