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Water quality aspects of dredged material disposal in the Gulf of Mexico near Galveston, Texas
(Texas A&M University., 1982)
No abstract available
Regional assessment study, Houston Ship Channel - Galveston Bay; baseline profile (January 1975)
(Bernard Johnson, Incorporated, 1975)
The regional assessment study of the Houston Ship Channel-Galveston Bay area, sponsored by the National Commission on Water Quality, has as its objective assessment of the impact of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act ...
Toxic discharges into the Houston ship channel during 1988
(Galveston Bay Foundation, 1992)
The Galveston Bay system is the largest estuary along the Texas coast, covering 600 square miles and accounting for over 30 percent of the Texas coastal fish harvest. The land surrounding the bay supports the largest ...
Activity assessment routine social and economic component: user's guide
(Research and Planning Consulants, 1978)
The purpose of the Social and Economic Component of the Activity Assessment Routine (AAR) is to give local and state government officials and community leaders a systematic process for understanding and evaluating the ...
Aquatic disposal field investigations, Galveston, Texas, offshore disposal site. Appendix B: investigation of water quality parameters and physicochemical parameters, final report
(U.S. Army Engineer, Waterways Experiment Station, 1977)
One of the major environmental quality problems facing the Corps of Engineers, the dredging industry, and those responsible for maintenance and operation of harbors and waterways in the U.S. is that of determining the best ...
Attacking Bay Problems.
No abstract available
Shrimp farms: The next threat to Galveston Bay
(Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1999)
Shrimp mariculture has migrated up the Texas coast and now threatens Galveston Bay. This activity poses three major threats to the health of the Galveston Bay ecosystem: (1) degradation of water quality, (2) the potential ...
Establishment of operational guidelines for Texas coastal zone management. Interim report summary.
(University of Texas at Austin, 1973)
The overall goal of this two-year interdisciplinary research project is the development and evaluation of a proposed methodology for effective management of the Texas Coastal Zone. This interim report summarizes the work ...
Department of Army permit application No. 10400 by Board of Trustees, Galveston Wharves and Pelican Terminal Corporation to construct a multipurpose deepwater port and crude oil distribution system at Galveston, Texas. Draft environmental impact statement.
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1979)
The proposed onshore deep-water port project would involve deepening the existing ship channel into Galveston and extending the channel farther into the Gulf of Mexico. Also proposed is the construction of a crude oil ...