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    • Analog model of diffusion in bays and estuaries 

      Hite GE (, 1992)
      Modelling the diffusion of chemicals through bays and estuaries from local sources is of increasing importance. An electrical analog model is described that can incorporate the geometry of the system studied and yield ...
    • Degradation of bisphenol A in natural waters 

      Dorn PB; Chou CS; Gentempo JJ (, 1987)
      In establishing chemical environmental safety a hazard assessment using environmental exposure and effects information is required. Environmental degradation information is factored into estimates of exposure. The environmental ...
    • Relationships between sediment hydrocarbon concentration and salt marsh habitat use in Galveston Bay 

      Rozas LP; Minello TJ (, 1999 199)
      We sampled nekton, benthic infauna, and sediments in salt marsh habitats at ten locations in upper Galveston Bay, Texas to examine relationships between habitat use and sediment hydrocarbon concentration. Sample locations ...
    • Trace metal chemistry of Galveston Bay: Water, sediments and biota 

      Morse JW; Presley BJ; Taylor RJ; Benoit G; Santschi P (, 1993)
      Galveston Bay is the second largest estuary in Texas. It receives major urban runoff from the Houston area, its major river drains the Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex, and the area surrounding the Bay is intensely industrialized, ...