Now showing items 9617-9636 of 9656

  • Will Galveston Bay go down the drain? 

    Galveston Bay National Estuary Program (Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1994)
    This video gives an overview on environmental issues the Galveston Bay National Esuary Program is working on to maintain the ecological balance of Galveston Bay. The Galveston Bay Plan is supported in this video as a ...
  • Will River Oaks sewage still go to Bayou? 

    Scarlett, H. (, 1984)
    No abstract available
  • Willingness to pay for improving the environmental quality of Galveston Bay: a contingent valuation study 

    McClelland E; Whittington D (ASCE, New York, NY, USA, 1995)
    A summary of the results of a Contingent Valuation survey designed to estimate the economic value of improving the environmental quality of Galveston Bay is presented. The mail-only survey and the mail/in-person follow-up ...
  • Windrow composting of different biosolids and bulking agent types and the agronomic performance of associated finished composts 

    Titko, S.; Jessop, L.W.; Seymour, R.D.; Baker, J.D.; Blaylock, C.K.; Roussel, L.J. (, 1990)
    A project was conducted to understand the effects of biosolids, bulking agents, and mixing ratios on windrow biosolids composting. Sixteen windrows were created; temperature, oxygen, and moisture were monitored. At the ...
  • Wings along the coast of Texas. 

    Sprunt, A. (, 1941)
    No abstract available
  • Winter Circulation Patterns and Property Distributions 

    Capurro, L. R. A.; Reid, Joseph L. (Gulf Publishing Company, 1972)
    Based on their characteristic properties, the water masses of the Gulf of Mexico and their vertical stratification are discussed. The T-S relationships specific to the region are presented. For the basin waters, below a ...
  • Winter fishing. 

    Simmons, E.G. (, 1978)
    Along the coast some of the best fishing occurs in winter, and some of the biggest fish are caught then. It's true there often are slack times between the fall and spring runs, and it's true the open bays can get rough ...
  • Winter-time distribution and abundance of copepod nauplii in the northern gulf of Mexico. 

    Dagg, M.J.; Ortner, P.B.; Al-Yamani, F.Y. (, 1988)
    No abstract available
  • The wolves of North America. 2 parts. 

    Young, S.P.; Goldman, E.A. (American Wildlife Institute., 1944)
    Part 1 is a taxonomic listing of the subspecies of Canis lupus which includes location of type specimens and descriptions. Part 2 presents the history of control, management and status of the gray wolf.
  • Work plan for a study of the feasibility of an offshore terminal in the Texas Gulf Coast region. 

    Bragg, D.M. (Texas A&M University, Sea Grant Program., 1971)
    No abstract available
  • Work plan for a study of the feasibility of an offshore terminal in the Texas Gulf Coast Region. 

    Bragg, D.M. (Texas A&M University, Texas Engineering Experiment Station, Industrial Economics Research Division., 1974)
    The need for an offshore facility, engineering studies on the proposal, socioeconomic studies, site location studies, legal question, conclusion, and recommendations for an offshore terminal in the Texas Gulf Coast Region.
  • Work plan for the development of a comprehensive water quality management program for Galveston Bay and its tributaries. Volume 1: Report. Volume 2: Appendices. 

    Wells, Dan M., Ernest T. Smerdon, and Earnest F. Gloyna (Texas A&M University, Water Resources Institute; The University of Texas, Center for Water Resources; and Texas Technological College, Water Resources Center, 1966)
    The work plan is a series of committee reports aimed at the development of a comprehensive water quality management program for the Galveston Bay area. Committee reports are presented on: water quality and pollution control, ...
  • Work plan: Southeast Texas Resource Conservation and Development Project. 

    U.S. Department of Agriculture. (U.S. Department of Agriculture., 1967)
    The counties involved in the study include San Jacinto, Polk, Tyler, Jasper, Newton, Orange, Jefferson, Mardin, Liberty, Chambers and part of Galveston. This study discusses the problems and opportunities in forest lands, ...
  • Work Statement: Environmental Impact Report Near Freeport, Texas for Seadock 

    Texas A&M University Environmental Engineering Division (Texas A&M University Environmental Engineering Division, 1973)
    As a consequence of the discussions which have been held during the past several weeks, there is some uncertainty regarding the actual scope and specific work assignments of the project. Because of these changes, some ...
  • Worked to death 

    Harrigan S (Emmis Communications Corporation, 1988 Oct)
    A report on the polluting of Galveston Bay, ringed by refineries, industry and wastewater treatment plants. The effect pollution is having on marine life, shoreline and those who depend on the bay for their income
  • Workers contain spilled oil. 

    Comstock, A. (, 1991)
    No abstract available
  • Working on the Bay 

    Ellis, Carolyn (Institute for Southern Studies, 1982)
    This article discusses the various jobs produced by Chesapeake Bay's marine resources. The article has several vignettes from the author's experiences with the harvesters of the Bay.
  • Working Papers II - DRAFT 

    Texas Coastal Management Program (Texas Coastal Management Program, 1976-03)
    In its final pre-hearing form (to be printed in June), this report will be accompanied by five map plates. One map will depict the "natural areas of coastal waters," one will show the federally controlled lands and areas ...
  • Workshop on definition of shrimp recruitment overfishing. 

    Klima, E.F.; Nance, J.M.; Martinez, E.X.; Leary, T. (U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, 1990)
    The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council requested that the Southeast Fisheries Center (SEFC) convene a small group of shrimp specialists to undertake two tasks. These tasks were 1) to draft scientific definitions ...
  • Workshop on the Physical Oceanography Slope and Rise of the Gulf of Mexico 

    McKay, Melanie, Judity Nides, Larry Atkinson, Alexis Lugo-Fernandez and Debra Vigil (U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, 2001)
    The publication is a collection of papers and presentations of the Workshop on the Physical Oceanography Slope and Rise in the Gulf of Mexico during September 2000. ....The purpose of this workshop is to assess the state ...