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    • Collaboration -- Texas style 

      McCarthy R; Hunter W (, 1996)
      The Trinity River flows through the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area and southward until it empties into Trinity Bay and the Gulf of Mexico near Galveston, Texas. The upper portion of the river includes four major forks ...
    • Colloidal and particulate silver in river and estuarine waters of Texas 

      Wen LS; Santschi PH; Gill GA; Paternostro CL; Lehman RD (, 1997 Mar)
      Concentration and phase speciation of Ag in selected Texas rivers and in the Trinity River estuary were measured in order to establish the major factors that control its fate in the aquatic environment from source to sink. ...
    • 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 ...
    • Sediment processes and the Houston Ship Channel 

      Jensen P; Adrian M Malina J Jr (, 1989 198)
      A year-long field and laboratory study of sediment oxygen demand was conducted on the Houston Ship Channel. The primary objective of the work was to better understand the processes controlling the oxygen demand so that ...
    • Silver in river and estuarine waters of Texas: Evidence for complexation to macromolecular organic matter 

      Wen LS; Santschi PH; Gill GA; Paternostro CL; Lehman RD Andren AW; Bober TW (, 1996 199)
      Concentration and phase speciation of Ag in selected Texas rivers and in the Trinity River estuary were measured in order to establish the major factors which control its fate in the aquatic environment from source to sink. ...