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  • What has happened in an unzoned city: photographs. 

    (, 1953)
    No abstract available
  • What is an estuary: Physical Viewpoint 

    Pritchard, Donald W. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1967)
    The problem of defining an estuary and delineating the area of estuarine oceanography has concerned me since I first started to study these bodies of water fifteen years ago. It is difficult to develop a definition that ...
  • What to do with those old oil rigs 

    Fulghum, Clay (Office of Public Affairs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1988)
    This article discusses the debate over the use of old oil rigs as structure for artificial reefs in the Gulf of Mexico. The pros and cons of the idea of using oil rigs as artificial reefs are discusses by various experts.
  • What We Know and Don't Know About Climate Change and Climate Variability 

    Friday, Elbert W. (Joe) Jr. (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 2001)
    The presentation included the latest findings by the scientific community on the understanding of global change and global warming and the impacts such changes may be expected to have on the Gulf region. The latest ...
  • What's an estuary?: now you know 

    National Campaign Multimedia Presentation (National Campaign Multimedia Presentation, 2003)
    The nation-wide goal of the What's an Estuary? Now you know. campaign is to make estuary an everyday household word like river or ocean.
  • What's Happened to Florida's Beaches 

    Greene, Juanita (Institute for Southern Studies, 1982)
    This article discusses the efforts of Florida's state government to save the eroding beaches by renourishing the beach and encating legislation for public access and setback rules.
  • What's killing the fish? What's being done to save them? 

    Jensen, R. (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1987)
    This articles discusses the amount of fish kills present in the Pecos River and the Trinity River, Texas. Wastewater, toxic chemicals, and urban runoff are the suggested causes of the fish kills in Trinity River while ...
  • Where did those salmon go? 

    Coco, Matthew (Office of Public Affairs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1988)
    This article discusses the decrease coho (silver) salmon production in one of Washington's principle river systems, the Chehalis River. The experts developed a series of hypotheses, discussed in this article, to be tested ...
  • Where does the Gulf of Mexico end and the Atlantic ocean begin? 

    DeVorsey, Jr., L. (, 1982)
    No abstract available
  • The White Amur caper 

    Reiger, G. (, 1976)
    In 1876, the common carp arrived in the United States and was suppose to provide sport for the angler, a supplement to annual commercial yields of trout, bass, and perch, and was to root out unwanted water weeds from ...
  • White shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) population trends in a tidal marsh pond. 

    Clark, S.H.; Caillouet, C.W., Jr. (, 1973)
    Ketchen's modification of the Leslie fishing success method was used to estimate initial population and rates of immigration, fishing, and other losses (emigration and natural mortality) in a white shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) ...
  • White shrimp emigration in relation to size, sex, temperature and salinity. 

    Pullen, E.J.; Trent, W.L. (, 1969)
    This study was conducted on juvenile and subadult white shrimp, Penaeus setiferus (Linnaeus), emigrating from Galveston Bay, Texas, to the Gulf of Mexico. Surface, midwater, and bottom tows were made with a 3-m otter trawl ...
  • A white shrimp mark-recapture study 

    Klima EF (, 1974)
    Marked sub-adult white shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) were released in Galveston Bay in Aug 1963. Recoveries indicated there was no emigration from the bay between Aug and mid-Oct. Using the Bertalanffy growth function estimates ...
  • A white shrimp mark-recapture study. 

    Klima, E.F. (, 1974)
    Marked subadult white shrimp were released in Galveston Bay in Aug. 1963. Recoveries indicated that there was no emigration from the bay between Aug. and mid-Oct. Shrimp increased rapidly in size during the warm summer ...
  • White Shrimp Migration in Area M-6, Part 2 

    Leary, Terrance R. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-04-12)
    Objectives: To complete the study of the movements of market white shrimp, Penaeus setiferus, released in Copano Bay and to include the data received after the necessitated termination of the initial report.
  • White shrimp, Penaeus setiferus (Linnaeus), spawning in the Gulf of Mexico 1973-1975 

    Bryan, C.E.; Cody, T.J. (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1975)
    White shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) were sampled in gulf waters of the Texas coast to determine their spawning grounds, the percentage of gravid females in the population and whether discrete spawning populations exist. Data ...
  • White-faced ibis populations and pollutants in Texas, 1969-1976. 

    King, K.A.; Meeker, D.L.; Swineford, D.M. (, 1980)
    Eggshell thickness, levels of pollutant residues, and population status of the white-faced ibis (Plegadis chihi) were monitored in Texas from 1969 through 1976. Texas ibis nesting populations declined by 42%. Reproductive ...
  • Who's Minding the Shore? A Citizen's Guide to Coastal Management 

    Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Coastal Zone Management, 1976)
    This handbook is designed to help show you how to participate in your state's planning effort. Chapter 2 describes the Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) and what it requires the states to do. Chapter 3 is a catalog of ...
  • Who?...me?...pollute? 

    Texas Nonpoint Source Advisory Committee; State of Texas (, 1990)
    No abstract available
  • Whodunit? 

    Daggett, Christopher (Office of Public Affairs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1988)
    This article discusses the debatable topic of sources of garbage floating onto our shores. The example discussed in this article pertains to the New York and New Jersey shoreline.