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    • Dynamic programming and estuarine water quality control 

      KEEGAN RT; VENN LEEDS J (, 1970 Mar)
      AN OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM THAT ALLOWED ONE TO CONSIDER MULTIDIMENSIONAL WATER QUALITY MODELS, AREA GROWTH AND VARIOUS CONTROL OR DECISION ALTERNATIVES FOR THE GALVESTON BAY SYSTEM WAS DEVELOPED. THE PROBLEMS WERE FORMULATED ...
    • Fluvial-estuarine water resource op simulation of river-estuarine productivity relationships 

      COOPER DC (, 1972 16)
      THIS RESEARCH WAS DESIGNED TO PREDICT THE POTENTIAL RESPONSES OF GALVESTON BAY TO FRESHWATER INPUT REDUCTION WHICH WOULD INCREASE FRESHWATER RETENTION TIME, 15% OF HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL EFFLUENT ENTERING CONTINUOUSLY INTO ...
    • Galveston Bay: Test case of an estuary in crisis 

      CARTER LJ (, 1970 Feb 2)
      THE GALVESTON BAY ESTUARY'S ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS IS REPORTED. LONG A MAJOR NURSERY AREA FOR SHELLFISH AND FINFISH, THE BAY'S WATER QUALITY HAS BEEN SEVERELY DEGRADED BY RAPID INDUSTRIAL AND POPULATION GROWTH. A 1914 DECISION ...
    • Optimal water quality management for the Houston ship channel 

      HAYS AJ; GLOYNA EF (, 1972 Feb)
      A NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING MODEL WAS DEVELOPED TO DETERMINE LEAST-COST SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVED DISSOLVED OXYGEN LEVELS IN THE HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL. RESULTS SHOWED THAT NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING CAN BE SUCCESSFULLY APPLIED TO ...
    • Water quality studied on Texas gulf coast 

      HANN RW; SLOWEY JF (, 1972 Dec)
      THE TEXAS GULF COAST IS AN ESTUARINE SYSTEM WHICH HAS UNDERGONE SUBSTANTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL MODIFICATIONS AND WHICH IN PLACES IS SUBJECTED TO EXCESSIVE LEVELS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION. THE STUDY HAS AS ITS FIRST OBJECTIVES ...