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    • Abundance and vertical flux of Pseudo-nitzschia in the northern Gulf of Mexico 

      Dortch Q; Robichaux R; Pool S; Milsted D; Mire G; Rabalais NN; Soniat TM; Fryxell GA; Turner RE; Parsons ML (, 1997 Jan)
      Many species of the ubiquitous pennate diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia have recently been discovered to produce domoic acid, a potent neurotoxin which causes Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning (ASP). Pseudo-nitzschia spp. were ...
    • Diversifying Natural Resources Value Measurements: The Trinity River Study 

      Taylor JG; Douglas AJ (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 1999 Jun)
      Presents the results of a study conducted to establish the economic and social values of the Trinity River in Southern California. Measurement of the river flows, fishery resources and recreation amenities; Increase in ...
    • The Economic Value of Trinity River Water 

      Douglas AJ; Taylor JG (Carfax Publishing Company, 1999 Sep)
      Focuses on the economic value of the Trinity River water in California. Construction of Trinity Dam in 1963; Four installations that produce Trinity River hydropower.ABSTRACT FROM AUTHORThe Trinity River, largest tributary ...
    • Habitat use by western pond turtles in the Trinity River 

      Reese DA; Welsh J (, 1998 Jul)
      Presents a study which examined the habitat associations of western pond turtles in a dammed and undammed tributary of the Trinity River in northwestern California. Methods of the study; Results; Effects of damming; ...
    • Influence of climate change on interannual variation in population attributes of Gulf of Mexico oysters 

      Kim YK; Powell EN (, 1998 Jun)
      Gulf of Mexico oysters were sampled each winter for 8 y (1986 to 1993) as part of the National Status and Trends Mussel Watch Program. Each oyster was analyzed for the prevalence and infection intensity of the oyster ...
    • Paddling for pleasure 

      Schmitz A (Time Inc. Health, 1995 Sep)
      Suggests travel destinations for canoeing. Trinity River, California; Colorado River, Arizona; Wenatchee Lake, Washington; Little Wekiva River; Florida; Rappahannock River, Virginia; Saco River, Maine; San Marcos River, ...
    • River wins, for sedimental reasons 

      Byrnes P (Wilderness Society, 1993 Spri)
      Announces the Forest Service will not appeal the decision by US District Court Judge Lawrence Karlton against a fire timber sale in the South Fork Trinity River in California's Trinity National Forest. Background of the ...
    • Salmon chill with new curtains 

      (American Society of Civil Engineers, 1993 Dec)
      Reports on the California Bureau of Reclamation's program to keep heat pollution out of the Sacramento and Trinity rivers which are important spawning sites for chinook salmon. Water temperature which can have mortal effects ...
    • Sediment-water exchange of Mn, Fe, Ni and Zn in Galveston Bay, Texas 

      Warnken KW; Gill GA; Griffin LL; Santschi PH (, 2001 Mar)
      In-situ benthic flux studies were conducted at three stations in Upper Galveston Bay twice during March 1996 to directly measure release rates of dissolved Mn, Fe, Mi and Zn from the sediments. Results showed reproducible ...
    • Trinity heritage scenic byway 

      (, 1995 Spri)
      Describes the views along the route running through the Trinity River and Clair Engle Lake areas in California. Town of Weaverville; Peaks of the Salmon-Trinity Alps Wilderness; Historic buildings on Rush Creek Road; Trinity ...
    • Trinity River Serologic Survey - Survey of Residents of Communities Along Course of Trinity River Between Houston and Dallas, Texas, for Antibodies to Viruses of St-Louis Encephalitis, Western Equine Encephalitis and California Encephalitis 

      Luby JP; Sanders CV; Johanson WG; Mccubbin JH; Barnett JA; Sanford JP; Sulkin SE (, 1971)
      A serologic survey was performed in six communities along the course of the Trinity River between Houston and Dallas, Texas, both sites of major St. Louis encephalitis (SLE) epidemics. Blood was obtained and interviews ...
    • U.S. Offers California Tribe Water Plan to End Dispute 

      Murphy DE (, 2004 Mar 3)
      Reports on the proposal of federal officials to resolve decades-old dispute involving the Hoopa Valley Indian Tribe over the Trinity River which has been a symbol of irreconcilable water demands of farmers and fishing ...
    • An update of genetic shock identification of Chinook salmon in the Pacific Northwest: test fisheries in California 

      Teel D; Grover A; Palmer-Zwahlen M; Van Doornik D; Viele D; Winans GA (CRC Press LLC, 2001)
      Analyzing the stock composition of mixed-stock fisheries using genetic stock identification (GSI) procedures was developed for chinook salmon in the early 1980s when an incipient baseline was focused in theColumbia River ...
    • An Upstream Battle 

      Slough AE (Time4 Media, 2000 Apr)
      Focuses on the impact of the building boom on the floodplain of the Wood River in Idaho. Declining habitat of the trout population in the Wood River; Problem of the Roaring Fork River outside Aspen, Colorado and Northern ...
    • 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 ...