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Houston Ship Channel Monitoring Program 1973-78
(Texas Department of Water Resources, 1980-04)
The Houston Ship Channel monthly monitoring program was begun in January, 1972, by the Texas Water Quality Board. In September, 1977, the TWQB merged with two other state water agencies to become the Texas Department of ...
Texas coastal management program: current permitting processes in State and Federal natural resource agencies. Volume 1 and Volume 2
(Texas General Land Office, 1976)
This volume contains the rules of the Texas state agencies most concerned with coastal matters and is intended as a ready reference for those concerned with the existing permitting authority of state agencies. The material ...
Fishery survey of Cedar Lakes and the Brazos and San Bernard River estuaries.
A fishery study of Cedar Lakes and the lower parts of the Brazos and San Bernard Rivers, Brazoria County, Texas, was conducted in February 1973 to January 1975. Samples were collected at 17 stations each month to determine ...
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 ...
Ship channel still filthy, but getting better: EPA finds nickel, copper, arsenic in dangerous levels.
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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 ...
Superfund record of decision: Highland Acid Pit, TX: second remedial action-final
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, 1987)
The Highlands Acid Pit site is located 16 miles east of Houston on a 6-acre peninsula in Harris County, Texas. The site is bordered on the west and the south by the San Jacinto River, on the north by a wooded area, and ...
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 ...
Impingement monitoring studies; deepwater generating station; Houston Lighting & Power Co. Final Report.
(Houston Light and Power Company. Environmental Protection Department., 1980)
To fulfill requirements of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, the impingement of aquatic organisms on the screens of HL&P's P.H. Robinson Generating Station was monitored biweekly from April 11, 1978, through March ...
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 ...