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  • Sericano, J.L.; El-Husseini, A.M.; Wade, T.L. (, 1991)
    A simple, sensitive, precise and specific method for the isolation of planar PCB congeners having four, five, and six chlorines in environmental samples is presented. On average, recoveries of 3,3',4,4'; 3,4,4',5; 3,3',4,4',5 ...
  • Ogg, J.E.; Ryder, R.A.; Smith, H.L. (American Society for Microbiology, 1989)
    Vibrio cholerae was isolated from cloacal swabs and freshly voided feces collected from 20 species of aquatic birds in Colorado and Utah during 1986 and 1987. About 17% (198 of 1,131) fecal specimens collected from July ...
  • Vanderzant, C.; Nickelson, R.; Parker, J.C. (, 1970)
    Vibrio parahemolyticus, a major cause of gastroenteritis in Japan, was isolated from white shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) in Galveston Bay, Texas. The organism was pathogenic for brown shrimp (Penaeus aztecus) from the same area.
  • Rhodes, J.B.; Smith, H.L.; Ogg, J.E. (American Society for Microbiology, 1986)
    Non-O1 Vibrio cholerae was isolated from rivers, creeks, washes, irrigation canals, and ditches in western Colorado during the summer of 1985. The organism occurred in fresh water (les than 5 millimols of Na per liter) as ...
  • Guo LD; Santschi PH (, 1997 Dec)
    In order to investigate sources and turnover rates of dissolved organic matter from Chesapeake Bay and Galveston Bay, colloidal organic matter (COM) was isolated using cross-flow ultrafiltration and subsequently characterized ...
  • Guo, L.; Santschi, P.H. (, 1997)
    This article examines the occurrence and distribution of colloids within the Galveston Bay and Chesapeake Bay environments in an effort to determine nature, composition, sources and fate. Values for colloidal organic ...
  • Hsiung, C.W. (, 1985)
    Eight stations under different ecological conditions were sampled at Clear Creek in Texas, U.S.A 321 individuals of mosquitofish, Gambusia, were taken. Samples were electrophoresised using horizontal starch-gel electrophoresis ...
  • Galveston Bay National Estuary Program (, 1992)
    Sixteen task forces have identified some preliminary Galveston Bay management challenges and some possible management alternatives. These items do not form a management plan, but they are the foundation upon which to build ...
  • McFarlane, R.W., T.J. Bright, B.W. Cain, M. Hightower, J.J. Kendall, J.W. Kolb, A.J. Mueller, P.F. Sheridan, C.B. Smith, E.G. Wermund, and T.E. Whitledge (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Estuarine Programs Office, 1989)
    Several topics concerning the management and maintenance of Galveston Bay are discussed in this chapter. Data collection for each of these topics is completed by several various agencies. The interpretation of the results ...
  • United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment (United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment, 1978-06)
    Congressman Thomas L. Ashley, Chairman of the House Committee on Banking and Urban Affairs and Senator William Proxmire, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs and of the Senate Committee ...
  • Varin, Daniel W.; Matthews, Robert D. (Council of State Governments, 1975-01)
    This report summarizes some of the major issues involved in organizing and operating programs to identify and regulate the development and use of areas which are of critical concern to States or regions. Particular emphasis ...
  • U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (, 1991)
    This pamphlet has attempted to describe the drinking water program in simple, non-technical language. But the job of implementing the Safe Drinking Water Act and amendments is no simple matter. It is complex. It requires ...
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Public Affairs Video Studio (National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Coastal Services Center, 1990)
    By volunteering to help clean and protect coastal areas of the United States, all can have a hand at making the shore a better place to live and visit.
  • Jones, S.C., III. (, 1986)
    No abstract available
  • Meyland, S.J. (Texas A&M University., 1978)
    This book was prepared as part of the Day on the Bay Cruise Program, a sea-going educational experience funded by the National Sea Grant Program. The program offers a 7 hour cruise which samples the waters and life forms ...
  • Meyland SJ (, 1978)
    This book was prepared as part of the Day on the Bay Cruise Program, a sea-going educational experience funded by the National Sea Grant Program. The program offers a 7 hour cruise which samples the waters and life forms ...
  • Rabalais, Steven C.; Flint, R. Warren (Contributions in Marine Science, 1983)
    A tar reef created by the IXTOC-1 oil spill in the Bay of Campeche was found in the intertidal region on Padre Island. This tar reef changed configuration from March to July of 1980 and had disappeared by October 1980. The ...
  • Woods, E.G.; Hannah, R.P. (American Petroleum Institute., 1981)
    On June 3, 1979, the Ixtoc I well blew out in the Bay of Campeche, Mexico. Before the well was capped on March 23, 1980, approximately 3.3 million of the estimated 140 million barrels (bbl) of spilled oil impacted the South ...
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Army Map Service. (U.S. Geological Survey., 1977)
    A topographic map accurately represents the natural and manmade features of the land. USGS topographic maps are compiled to National Map Accuracy Standards using modern mapping techniques. The shape and elevation of the ...

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