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    • Bayport Terminal's Fate to be Decided this Month 

      Seewald N (Chemical Week Associates, 2003 Oct 8)
      Reports on the pending approval of a container and cruise terminal to be built by the Port Authority of Houston in upper Galveston Bay, Texas, by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in October 2003. Capacity of the terminal; ...
    • The beach is back 

      Cartwright G (Emmis Communications Corporation, 1995 Jun)
      Describes Galveston Bay in Texas. Physical description; History; Development of the beach; Preservation efforts in the area
    • Chapter News 

      (National Audubon Society, 2002 Jan)
      Presents updates on the different chapters of the National Audubon Society in the United States as of January 2002. Purchase of the Houston Audubon Center in Texas to several acres of land at the mouth of Galveston Bay; ...
    • Drought Conditions Raise Problems In Gulf Coast Oyster Industry 

      Chew KK (Achill River Corporation, 2000 Sep)
      Discusses the problems caused by drought conditions to the oyster industry in Galveston Bay, Texas. Information on the disease caused by Dermo, a microorganism parasite; Effects of high salinity on oyster production; Details ...
    • History resurfaces 

      Curry A (US News & World Report, 2000 Aug 1)
      Reports on the discovery of the Denbigh in Galveston Bay, Texas. History of the ship, which was designed for speed and used by the confederate army in the United States Civil War; Preservation of artifacts discovered from ...
    • Texas Oyster Industry Hurt As Red Tide Sweeps Coast 

      Milloy RE (, 2000 Oct 2)
      Reports on the spread of red tide in Galveston Bay in Texas. Cause of the red tide; Why migrating fish have been particularly hard hit by the red tide; Comments from David Buzan, a spokesman for the Texas Parks and Wildlife ...
    • Vibrio vulnificus strains vary seasonally in the Galveston Bay estuary 

      (NewsRX, 2003 Sep 3)
      Focuses on the isolation of Vibrio vulnificus at Galveston Bay estuary in Texas. Analysis on the level of the rDNA sequence found at the strains of Vibrio vulnificus; Effects of the viability of the organisms in the natural ...
    • Vibrio vulnificus strains vary seasonally in the Galveston Bay estuary 

      (NewsRx, 2003 Sep 3)
      Reports on the research about the Vibrio vulnificus strains in Galveston Bay estuary in Texas. Identification of two 16S rDNA sequences; Isolation of a higher proportion of 16S rDNA type A strains in June and July; Seasonal ...
    • Vibrio vulnificus strains vary seasonally in the Galveston Bay estuary 

      (NewsRx, 2003 Sep 2)
      Reports that Vibrio vulnificus strains vary seasonally in the Galveston Bay estuary in Texas. Comparitive analysis of 16S rDNA sequences; Detection of V. vulnificus strains during winter months; Impact of the differences ...
    • 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