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    • The estuary as a habitat for spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus. 

      Tabb, D.C. (Allen Press, Incorporated, 1966)
      The spotted seatrout is one of the most valuable fish of the southeastern United States. It is one of the few species that depends on the changeable habitats of estuaries and lagoons, even spawning there. Both young and ...
    • The relation of menhaden to estuaries. 

      Reintjes, J.W.; Pacheco, A.L. (Allen Press, Incorporated, 1966)
      Menhaden, genus Brevoortia, use estuaries along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States as nursery areas for more than half of their first year of life. The Atlantic menhaden, B. tyrannus, and Gulf menhaden, B. ...
    • The role of estuaries in the development and perpetuation of commercial shrimp resources. 

      Kutkuhn, J.H. (Allen Press, Incorporated, 1966)
      This report summarizes knowledge concerning functional relationships between the estuarine environment and commercial shrimp resources. Discussion is largely restricted to North American species; attention is focused upon ...
    • The Texas Basins project. 

      Chapman, C.R. (Allen Press, Incorporated, 1966)
      The Texas Basins project is part of a plan to develop water resources of Texas to meet projected municipal,industrial, and insofar as possible, irrigation requirements in the year 2010. Eighteen reservoirs would supply ...