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    *Environmental effects;*Galveston;*Groundwater mining;*Groundwater withdrawal;*Houston;*Land subsidence;*Texas;Aquifer systems;Aquifers;Chicot Aquifer;Evangeline Aquifer;Groundwater;Groundwater budget;Groundwater level;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;Pumpage;Subsidence;Surface water;SW 0840 Groundwater;SW 4070 Ecological impact of water development;Texas;TRINITY RIVER;WATER;water level;Water levels;Wells;Withdrawal; [1]
    *ESTUARIES;*MATHEMATICAL MO OPTIMIZATION;DISSOLVED OXYGEN;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;Oxygen;Oxygen demand;SW 0890 Estuaries;SW 3070 Water quality control;SW 4010 Techniques of planning;TEX;Wastewater treatment;WATER;water pollution control;Water quality;WATER QUALITY CONTROL; [1]
    *FISH;*INDICATORS;ANCHOA-MITCHILLI;BAY;BIOMASS;DIVERSITY;effluents;Estuaries;GALVESTON;Galveston Bay;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;INDICES;POLLUTION;POPULATIONS;SAMPLING;SPECIES;SW 3010 Identification of pollutants;Texas;Trophic level;WASTE WATER;WATER;Water quality; [1]
    *GALVESTON COASTAL SUBSI DISTRICT;*LAND SUBSI SUPPLY;Construction;GALVESTON;Galveston County;Groundwater;Harris County;Houston;HYDRAULICS;Lake Livingston;Land subsidence;PERMITS;Planning;Rivers;SAFE YIELD;Subsidence;Surface water;SW 0840 Groundwater;SW 2040 Groundwater management;SW 4050 Water law and institutions;TEX;Texas;TRINITY RIVER;WATER;Water conservation;water level;Water levels;Water supply;WATER SURFACE WATERS;WELL PERMITS;Wells;Withdrawal;Withdrawals; [1]
    *HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL;*HYDRAULIC MO *TEXAS;Bays;CANALS;Cities;Dredging;Galveston Bay;Gulf of Mexico;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;INLAND WATERWAYS;SALINITY;SW 0835 Streamflow and runoff;SW 6020 Hydraulics;TEX;Texas;Turning Basin; [1]
    *INDUSTRIAL WASTES;*INJUNCTIONS;*JUDICIAL *PERMITS;*RIVERS AND HARBORS ACT;ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES;ADOPTION OF PRACTICES;HEAT TREATMENT;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;INDUSTRIAL WATER;LEGAL;LEGAL ASPECTS;LEGAL REVIEW;NAVIGABLE WATERS;Oil;PENALTIES;PERMITS;POLITICIAL ASPECTS;POLLUTION;PROHIBITORY;Seepage;SW 3070 Water quality control;SW 4050 Water law and institutions;Texas;WASTE DISPOSAL WELLS;WASTES;WATER;WATER POLLUTION;Water pollution sources;Water quality;WATER QUALITY CONTROL;WATER QUALITY STANDARDS;Water supply;Wells; [1]
    *LEGISLATION;*STANDARDS;*WATER QUALITY ACT;*WATER QUALITY CONTROL;ADMINISTRATION;FE POLLUTION;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;INDUSTRIAL WATER;POLLUTION;REGULATION;STANDARDS;SW 3070 Water quality control;Treatment facilities;WATER;WATER POLLUTION;water pollution control;Water quality;WATER QUALITY STANDARDS;Water supply; [1]
    *REGRESSION ANALYSIS;*REMOTE SENSING;*WATER QUALITY;DATA COLLECTIONS;DATA PROCESSING;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;Path of pollutants;POLLUTANT IDENTIFICATION;SOLAR RADIATION;SW 3010 Identification of pollutants;SW 5040 Data acquisition;Texas;WATER;WATER POLLUTION;Water quality; [1]
    *SYSTEMS ANALYSIS;*WATER RESOURCES SIMULATION ANALYSIS;Civil engineering;Design criteria;ECONOMICS;Estuaries;Evaluation;Houston;Houston Ship Channel;Hydraulic models;HYDROLOGY;LOAD DISTRIBUTION;SW 3070 Water quality control;SW 4010 Techniques of planning;Texas;WATER;Water quality;WATER QUALITY CONTROL; [1]
    1963;55C Atmospheric Sciences: Meteorological Data Collection,Analysis,& Weather Forecasting;c;Data;Distribution;Galveston;Galveston bay;Hurricane Cindy;Hurricane tracking;Hydrology;Marine meteorology;Meteorological parameters;Mexico gulf;Oceanographic data;Seacoast;Texas;Tides;Tropical cyclones;United States;Water;Water levels;Weather; [1]
    2;4-D;Agasicles hygrophila;Alligatorweed;Alligatorweed flea beetle;Alternanthera philoxeroides;Aquatic Plant Control Program;Aquatic weed control;Biocontrol;Chemcontrol;Eichhornia crassipes;Eutrophication;GALVESTON;Herbicides;NUTRIENTS;Rates of application;Reservoirs;river basins;Sabine River basin;SW 2010 Control of water on the surface;SW 3070 Water quality control;Texas;TX;WATER;Water hyacinth;Water pollution effects;Watersheds; [1]
    2;43F Problem-Solving Information For State & Local Governments: Environment;48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;48G Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Hydrology & Limnology;91A Urban & Regional Technology & Development: Environmental Management & Planning;Agriculture;Alaska;California;Central Valley;Coastal plains;Coastal regions;Delmarva Peninsula;Deltas;Development planning;Environment management;Environmental impact assessments;Everglades;Federal programs;Fish;Flood control;Flood plains;Florida;Forests;Galveston;Galveston bay;Hardwoods;Highway construction;Impact;Incentives;Land development;Land use;Louisiana;Management;Michigan;Nebraska;New Jersey;North Carolina;Planning;Policies;Program management;Puerto Rico;Resource conservation;Restoration;Riparian land;Subsidies;Texas;United States;Water;Water management;Western Region;Wetlands;Wildlife; [1]
    2;47C Ocean Sciences & Technology: Physical & Chemical Oceanography;47D Ocean Sciences & Technology: Biological Oceanography;47G Ocean Sciences & Technology: Hydrography;Charts;Chlorophyll;Concentration;Conductivity;Continental shelf;Continental slope;Data;Depth;Dissolved oxygen;Galveston;Galveston bay;Graphs;Gulf of Mexico;Hydrographic surveys;Isotopes;Marine;Marine biology;Measurement;Mexico;Mexico gulf;Nutrients;Ocean temperature;Oceanographic data;Oxygen;Pumping;Salinity;Sampling;Sea water;Surface water;Surface waters;Tables;Texas;Time;United States;Water;Zooplankton; [1]
    2;47C Ocean Sciences & Technology: Physical & Chemical Oceanography;47D Ocean Sciences & Technology: Biological Oceanography;47G Ocean Sciences & Technology: Hydrography;Chlorophyll;Colon;Conductivity;Cozumel;Data;Depth;Galveston;Galveston bay;General;Groups;Gulf of Mexico;Hydrographic surveys;Management;Marine biology;Mexico;Mexico gulf;Migration;Nutrients;Ocean temperature;Oceanographic data;Panama;Plankton;Remote sensing;Salinity;Sampling;Sand;Texas;United States;Weather;Zooplankton; [1]
    2;47C Ocean Sciences & Technology: Physical & Chemical Oceanography;47G Ocean Sciences & Technology: Hydrography;Air;Bathythermograph data;c;Charts;Conductivity;Data;Depth;Florida;Galveston;Galveston bay;Graphs;Gulf of Mexico;Gulfport;Hydrographic surveys;Management;Mexico gulf;Mississippi;Mississippi River;Ocean temperature;Oceanographic data;Panama City;Salinity;Tables;Texas;United States;Water;Weather; [1]
    2;47C Ocean Sciences & Technology: Physical & Chemical Oceanography;47G Ocean Sciences & Technology: Hydrography;Bathythermograph data;Buoys;Continential shelf;Data;Deployment;Depth;Fluorometers;Galveston;Galveston bay;Gulf Coast;Gulf of Mexico;Hydrographic surveys;Management;Mexico gulf;Ocean circulation;Ocean temperature;Oceanographic data;Salinity;Sampling;Sea surface temperature;Temperature;Texas;United States; [1]
    2;47C Ocean Sciences & Technology: Physical & Chemical Oceanography;Accuracy;Area;Coastal ecology;Coastal water;Coastal zone management;Color;Data;Earth resources technology satellite 1;Estuaries;Galveston;Galveston bay;Grassland;Houston;Imaging techniques;Management;Marshes;Measurement;Multispectral band scanners;Multispectral photography;Plankton;Salt marshes;Sites;Swamps;Texas;Turbidity;United States;Volume;Water;Wetlands; [1]
    2;47D Ocean Sciences & Technology: Biological Oceanography;48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management;57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology;Aquatic ecosystems;Benthos;Biological communities;Coastal ecology;Coastal waters;Coastal zone management;Conservation;Dallas;Environmental protection;Estuaries;Estuarine environment;Flood plains;Galveston;Galveston bay;Galveston Bay National Estuary Program;Gulf Coast;Habitat;Habitats;Interconnectedness;Intertidal areas;Man environment interactions;Marshes;Models;National Estuary Program;Natural resource conservation;Natural resources management;Nearshore water;Reefs;Resource conservation;Spatial variations;Texas;United States; [1]
    2;47D Ocean Sciences & Technology: Biological Oceanography;57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology;98F Agriculture & Food: Fisheries & Aquaculture;Aquaculture;Aquatic ecosystems;Catch statistics;Charts;Conservation;Crabs;Fisheries;Flatfishes;Galveston;Galveston bay;Graphs;Habitats;International relations;Invertebrates;Management;Mangroves;Marine;Marine fishes;Meetings;Mexico gulf;Overfishing;Proceedings;Recommendations;Research management;Reviews;Salinity;Sea grasses;Shrimp;Shrimps;Southeast Region;Statistical data;Texas;United States; [1]
    2;47D Ocean Sciences & Technology: Biological Oceanography;96A Business & Economics: Domestic Commerce,Marketing & Economics;98F Agriculture & Food: Fisheries & Aquaculture;Alaska;Animal ecology;Announcement bulletins;Composition;Continental shelf;Continental shelves;Crabs;Data;Distribution;Economic factors;Fish;Fisheries;Fishes;Food;Food habits;Galveston;Galveston bay;Gulf of Mexico;Habitat;Larvae;Mammals;Marine;Marine biology;Marine fishes;Maturation;Merchant vessels;Mexico;Mexico gulf;Mississippi;Nets;New Jersey;New York;North Atlantic Ocean;Pacific Ocean;Penaeus;Penaeus aztecus;Population;Quahogs;Salmon;Seals;Shellfish;Shrimp;Shrimps;Texas;United States; [1]