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Citizen's Guide to Plastics in the Ocean: More Than a Litter Problem (Fourth Edition)
(Center for Marine Conservation, 1994)
This guide is intended to inform you - the concerned citizen, educator, researcher, or policy maker - of the origins and impacts of marine debris, provide detailed information on what is being done to combat the problem, ...
Report on pollution affecting shellfish harvesting in Galveston Bay, Texas
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Water Quality Office, 1971)
This report summarizes presently available information pertaining to the quality of the Galveston Bay system; evaluates that information with respect to applicable standards, statutes, regulations, and criteria, and ...
Optimal water quality management for the Houston Ship Channel.
Savings can be obtained through the application of systems analysis and optimization method to water quality management problems of the Houston Ship Channel. A finite-difference, steady-state mathematical model was employed ...
Sources, sinks, concentrations and sub-lethal effects of light aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons in the Gulf of Mexico.
(Texas A&M University., 1975)
The spatial distribution and sources of light hydrocarbons in the Gulf of Mexico are evaluated from sniffing surveys of over 5,000 miles of cruise tracks aboard the R/V Gyre, R/V Alaminos, and R/V Miss Freeport and from ...
State of Texas oil and hazardous substances spill contingency plan
(Texas Water Commission, 1988)
This report provides guidance for response to oil and hazardous substances spills.
National marine pollution program plan.
(U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration., 1981)
No abstract available
Water quality studied on Texas Gulf Coast.
Water quality problems, as related to the dredging industry, are examined. These problems may be classified into 2 major groups: primary or self-generated pollution, and secondary pollution. Primary pollution includes ...
How we got the dirtiest stream in America.
The two sources of pollution of the Houston (Texas) Ship Channel are city sewage and industrial wastes, in almost equal magnitude. The political and legal aspects of the water pollution of the Houston Ship Channel are evaluated.
Follow-up meeting of the conference in the matter of pollution of the navigable waters of Galveston Bay and its tributaries, December 5, 1972, Houston, Texas.
Contents: Summary of conferences; Shellfish recommendations (Disinfection of waste sources, Centralization of treatment facilities); Galveston Bay waste source survey; Oil and grease removal; Waste load reduction program; ...
Port community information bulletin 6-88
(U.S. Coast Guard, Marine Safety Office, 1989)
This document contains an enclosure titled the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking which is the implementation of Annex V of MARPOL 73/78. This enclosure discusses the prohibition of disposal of any plastic material into the ...