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  • Victory at South Fork 

    Byrnes P (Wilderness Society, 1992 Fall)
    Reports that the Wilderness Society and a coalition of conservation groups and concerned individuals won the latest round in the four-year-old court battle to prevent a fire salvage timber sale on a pristine area near the ...
  • View point: Coastal management, a holistic approach 

    Ditton, R. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1992)
    No abstract available
  • Vingt-et-un Islands offer scenic splendor. 

    Hurst, M.A. (, 1952)
    Tells about the island sanctuary on the eastern side of Galveston Bay which is the summer home of the roseate spoonbills and winter resting place for ducks, geese and other shore birds.
  • A vinyl streamer tag for shrimp (Penaeus spp.). 

    Marullo, F.; Emiliani, D.A.; Caillouet, C.W., Jr.; Clark, S.H. (, 1976)
    This paper describes a vinyl streamer tag for use on shrimp (Penaeus spp.). The tag is light and flexible, and has little if any effect on shrimp movement or behavior. In laboratory tests, the streamer was retained by the ...
  • Virginia Point Quadrangle. Texas - Galveston Co. 

    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 ...
  • Virtual Population Analysis 

    Nance, James M. (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, Galveston Laboratory, 1992)
    Virtual population analysis is used to make age specific estimates of the instantaneous rates of fishing mortality (f) and stock sizes for each shrimp species. The analysis: 1) a complete and accurate catch by age table, ...
  • Viruses in shellfish-growing waters. 

    Metcalf, T.G. (, 1982)
    The conversion of the bivalve shellfish to a virus carriage status is the most important consequence of the virus pollution of shellfish-growing waters. Virus carriage has public health implications of significance for ...
  • Visible Long-Term Freshwater Inflow Management Strategy for Galveston Bay 

    Taylor, J (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, Jan. 24, 2)
    No abstract available
  • Visitor Needs Assessment and Economic Analysis at South Carolina Beaches 

    Oh, Chi-Ok; Dixon, Anthony; Draper, Jason (2006)
    Presents results of a March-April 2006 survey of visitors to South Carolina beaches in Charleston, Hilton Head, and Myrtle Beach.
  • Volatile organic compounds in Gulf of Mexico sediments. 

    McDonald, T.J. (Texas A&M University., 1988)
    Volatile organic compounds (VOC), concentrations and compositions were documented for estuarine, coastal, shelf, slope, and deep water sediments from the Gulf of Mexico. VOC were measured (detection limit >0.01 ppb) using ...
  • Volunteer Water Monitoring: A Guide for State Managers 

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Office of Water Regulations and Standards (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Office of Water Regulations and Standards, 1990)
    This document provides state, regional, and federal program managers with a practical reference for developing, implementing, and maintaining a surface water volunteer monitoring program. A number of states have successfully ...
  • Volunteering for Wetlands Fact Sheet 

    United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2001-09)
    No abstract available.
  • Vulnerability of newly settled red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) to predatory fish: is early-life survival enhanced by sea grass meadows? 

    Rooker, J.R.; Holt, G.J.; Holt, S.A. (, 1998)
    Predation experiments were conducted to evaluate the vulnerability of red drum larvae and early juveniles to pinfish predators. Experiments were designed to analyze the effects of habitat complexity, prey size, and rearing ...
  • Wading birds as biological indicators: 1975 colony survey. 

    Custer, T.W.; Osborn, R.G. (U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service., 1977)
    In 1975 we studied the suitability of wading birds (herons and their allies) as biological indicators in the coastal environment. Eight teams of investigators located and censused 198 colonies along the Atlantic coast ...
  • Wallisville Dam - the persistent folly. 

    McFarlane, R.W. (, 1988)
    The potential environmental effects of the Wallisville Dam include a reduction of freshwater, sediment and nutrients flowing to Galveston Bay, degradation and loss of vital Trinity delta wetlands, exclusion of marine ...
  • Wallisville Lake, Texas, environmental statement. Draft. 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1979)
    This environmental statement has been prepared as a companion to the post authorization report. All studies and evaluations are presented in detail in the report, and are summarized here to provide a concise, usable display ...
  • Wallisville Lake, Texas, post authorization change report. Draft. 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1979)
    No abstract available
  • Wallisville Lake, Trinity River, Texas (final environmental impact statement) 

    ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT GT (, 1971 3)
    THE PROJECT INVOLVES CONSTRUCTION OF A LOW EARTH DAM IN THE DELTA OF THE TRINITY RIVER NEAR ITS ENTRANCE INTO TRINITY BAY. THE BAY IS PART OF THE GALVESTON, TEXAS BAY ESTUARINE SYSTEM. THE DAM WILL FORM A MULTIPLE PURPOSE ...
  • Warning Toxic Texas: Is the Seafood Safe to Eat? 

    (, 1993)
    No abstract available