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  • Dredging project aids in beach nourishment at South Padre. 

    Bonham, K. (, 1991)
    No abstract available
  • Dredging Seminar, 5th, Proceedings, 1972 

    Woodbury CE; Rose RR; Turner TN; Dunlap WA; Morneault AW; Farmer J; Bean JW (, 1972)
    Proceedings contains 7 papers discussing: design and construction of dredges; offshore dredging problems; soil mechanics applied to dredging; and dredged spoil disposal. Individual papers are provided with bibliographic ...
  • The drift algae community of seagrass beds in Redfish Bay, Texas. 

    Cowper, S.W. (, 1978)
    Large quantities of drift algae found over seagrass beds in Redfish Bay, Texas showed net productivity and competed for light with the seagrasses. The biomass was very small compared to that of the seagrasses; however, it ...
  • Drop By Drop: the life cycle of the Lower Colorado River 

    Lower Colorado River Authority (Lower Colorado River Authority, 1999)
    Where does all the water in the Texas Colorado River come from and where does it go? And will there always be enough? These are questions on most people's minds when times get dry. This report is intended to answer these ...
  • Drought Conditions Raise Problems In Gulf Coast Oyster Industry 

    Chew KK (Achill River Corporation, 2000 Sep)
    Discusses the problems caused by drought conditions to the oyster industry in Galveston Bay, Texas. Information on the disease caused by Dermo, a microorganism parasite; Effects of high salinity on oyster production; Details ...
  • Drought Management 

    Ruesink, Lou Ellen (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1978)
    No abstract available.
  • Drowning the national heritage: climate change and U.S. coastal biodiversity 

    Reid, W.V.; Trexler, M.C. (World Resources Institute, 1991)
    Ecosystems continually evolve in response to natural climatic changes, but the rate of climate change in the century ahead, coupled with the existing pattern of human settlement and stresses on species and ecosystems, could ...
  • Dual Benefits 

    Krueger D (American Society of Civil Engineers, 2001 Sep)
    Discusses the use of the dredged materials from the Houston Ship Channel to create wetlands and islands in Galveston Bay, Texas. Benefits from wetlands; Engineering challenges of the project; Description of Bird Island, ...
  • Duck at a Distance. A waterfowl identification guide 

    U.S. Dept. of the Interior (, 1978)
    No abstract available
  • Duke energy completes pipeline removal/relocation in Houston ship channel 

    Tubb M (, 2000 Nov)
    Focuses on the strategies used by Duke Energy Corp. to complete the pipeline removal and relocation project for the Houston Ship Channel in Texas. Factors considered by the company in selecting drill sites; Execution of ...
  • Dune protection and improvement manual for the Texas Gulf Coast 

    Texas General Land Office, Resource Management and Development (Texas General Land Office, Resource Management and Development, 1991)
    Sand dunes give resilience to the barrier shoreline and act as a front line of defense against tropical storms and hurricanes by absorbing the force of storm surge, high waves, and wind. Sand dunes help to prevent inland ...
  • Dune Restoration. Mechanics, Repair, and Funding Sources 

    Rutkowski, S.; Cheney, D.; Loeffler, M. (, 2003)
    No abstract available
  • Dunes day in Brazoria County 

    Moss, Charles G. (Gulf of Mexico Program, Stennis, Mississippi, 1993)
    Description of a project to build and stabilize the sand dunes along Brazoria County, Texas' coastline
  • Dye diffusion experience in the Texas Bays: low-wave conditions. 

    Ward, G.H., Jr. (, 1985)
    The embayments of the Texas coast, specifically the Gulf of Mexico, have a high degree of morphological similarity, being broad, shallow lagoons connecting with the sea through narrow tidal inlets. The bay waters are ...
  • Dye dispersion study of the San Jacinto River tidal segment 

    Farner & Winslow, Incorporated (Farner & Winslow, Incorporated, 1976)
    The following report describes the dye dispersion study of the San Jacinto River tidal segment conducted by Farner & Winslow, Inc. The study was conducted for the Houston-Galveston Area Council and the Texas Water Quality ...
  • Dynamic behavior of three U.S. cable stayed bridges 

    Stroh SL (ASCE, New York, NY, USA, 1987)
    Dynamic considerations in the design of three recently designed cable stayed bridges are discussed. The presentation includes analysis for eigenfrequencies and eigenmodes, assessment of aerodynamic stability and analysis ...
  • Dynamic environments: Reconnaissance mapping, geologic and geomorphic, of continental shelf of Gulf of Mexico. 

    Price, W.A. (, 1954)
    A combination of oceanographic and dynamic geological approaches yields a new method of mapping a continental shelf. Mapping of the environments develops, and permits organization of, many basic geological data. The ...
  • Dynamic Height and Seawater Transport Across the Louisiana-Texas Shelf Break. Final Report 

    Current, Carole L. and William J. Wiseman, Jr. (U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, 2000)
    Our study quantifies time dependent, highly vertically resolved geostrophic transport of waters from the Gulf of Mexico across the Louisiana-Texas continental shelf break, and provides a first order picture of the spatial ...
  • Dynamic Modeling for Marine Conservations 

    (, 2002)
    No abstract available
  • Dynamic programming and estuarine water quality control 

    KEEGAN RT; VENN LEEDS J (, 1970 Mar)