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    • Job completion report. 

      Singleton, J.R.; Jennings, W.S. (, 1951)
      Twenty-nine Gulf Coast counties in Texas were inventoried by aerial survey for mottled ducks. The March population was one duck per square mile and the August population was .8 ducks per square mile. This is the fourth ...
    • Job Completion Report. 

      Singleton, J.R.; Kiel, W.H., Jr. (, 1957)
      Aerial inventory on or about the 15th of each month, October through January. These monthly flights covered all of the marshes and bays, as well as a portion of the rice belt. All known concentration sites of both ducks ...
    • Job completion report. 

      Singleton, J.R. (, 1950)
      Mapping of the Texas Gulf Coast in respect to relative importance of land types to water front was conducted. Nine vegetative and land-use types were selected as a basis for type. Mapping vegetative types are correlated ...
    • Job completion report. 

      Singleton, J.R. (, 1955)
      Unfavorable conditions for trapping and banding of the resident mottled duck prevented the successful operation of banding stations. No efforts to trap and band winter migrants were made due to the time required to complete ...
    • Job completion report. 

      Singleton, J.R.; Jennings, W.S. (, 1955)
      Aerial inventories were flown in November, December, and January. Total waterfowl populations during these months was found to be considerably lower than those populations of the previous season, 1953-1954, which were the ...
    • Job completion report. 

      Singleton, J.R. (, 1951)
      Mottled ducks were studied in Chambers and Liberty counties, Texas. A total of 26 nests were located and followed throughout the nesting season. Only seven of the nests were successfully hatched. The exclusion of grazing ...
    • Job completion report. 

      Singleton, J.R. (, 1950)
      The coastal waterfowl inventory is made to determine monthly population trends, rather than total populations. Population peaks are determined. The rice belt of the Gulf Coast Prairie was especially attractive to waterfowl ...
    • Job completion report. 

      Singleton, J.R. (, 1950)
      This study was conducted to determine the density and population trends on the various coastal habitat types of mottled ducks.
    • Job Completion Report. 

      Singleton, J.R. (, 1956)
      A total of 1,044 waterfowl band recoveries was made in Texas during the 1955 waterfowl hunting season. A compilation by species and by year is given in Table 1. Banding sites are shown in Figure 1, and distribution of the ...
    • Job Performance Report as required by Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act, Texas. Texas Waterfowl Program. Job No. 1: Waterfowl Harvest Recommendations 

      Travis, Charles D. and Bobby G. Alexander (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1986)
      During the 1984 goose survey a total of 1,239,400 geese were observed in Texas. The 1984-85 Midwinter Waterfowl Survey indicated 3,076,100 waterfowl wintering in Texas. In comparison to the 1983084 survey mallards were ...
    • Job performance report: nongame wildlife investigations: fish-eating bird survey 

      Smith, J.C. (Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1975)
      Ground and aerial surveys of previously located maritime rookeries along the Texas Gulf Coast were conducted, and new rookeries were located during the summers of 1974 and 1975. Most coastal fish-eating bird species seem ...
    • John James Audubon. Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge 

      Doyle, Gerry (, 1986)
      No abstract available
    • Joining Forces with Industry. Open Ocean Aquaculture 1998. 

      Strickney, Robert R., Compiler (, 1998)
      Open Ocean Aquaculture '98 was the third in a series of what have been annual meetins sponsored by various Sea Grant programs to delve intothe state of our knowledge and explore what research and development needs exist ...
    • July spill could be most devastating in Bay's history. 

      O'Neal, D. (, 1990)
      No abstract available
    • Jumbile Cove Restoration Project, West Bay, Galveston, Texas 

      O'Brien, Cherie L. (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2003)
      The restoration site is located in Jumbile (Jumbilee) Cove, one of several small embayments on the bay side of Galveston Island, Texas. Past land surface subsidence (Morton and Paine, 1990) and erosion from severe winter ...
    • Just Doing It! - A Catered Galveston Bay Ecosystem Education Program 

      Hayden, MJ; Snell, S (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, Jan. 24, 2)
      Bay and Island Adventures works like a catering service. It brings students and teachers a prepared banquet of education about Galveston Bay area ecosystems, complete with hands-on teaching modules, all necessary equipment ...
    • Just the Facts, Please 

      Shipley, Frank (1993)
      No abstract available
    • Juvenile and Adult Food and Game Fish of the Laguna Madre 

      Breuer, Joseph P. (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1971)
      In 1971, important food and game fish were sampled in the Laguna Madre, Texas. Juveniles were sampled with a 60-foot bag seine while adults were sampled with a 1200-foot trammel net. Techniques employed were similar to ...