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Recognizing Wetlands in the Gulf of Mexico Region
(Mississippi State University, 1997)
No abstract available.
Galveston Bay: Estuarine and marine habitat change analysis
(Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
Changes in wetland habitats between 1995 and 2002 were analyzed using digital photography in ArcGIS programs. The two time periods were chosen because of the availability of digital photography that was already properly ...
Elite Attitudes toward Marshlands in South Carolina
(South Carolina Sea Grant, 1977)
The major purpose [of this study] was to go beneath the acrimonious debate in the mass media and on the floor of the legislature to consider systematically the opinions, information levels, and perceptions of decision-making ...
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1988-11)
No abstract available.
Regulatory effectiveness study for the Armand Bayou Coastal Preserve
(Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1991)
This report contains a description and evaluation of essential regulatory activities governing Armand Bayou and its watershed. This report will be used in management planning for the preserve, and will also contribute to ...
America' Wetlands: Our Vital Link Between Land and Water
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Office of Weltnads, Oceans and Watersheds, 1995)
Reading this booklet will give you a better understanding of the rich variety of wetlands, their importance, how they are threatened, and what can be done to conserve them for future generations.
Texas Coastal Wetlands Guidebook
(Texas Sea Grant College Program, 2000)
This guidebook begins by introducing the different types of wetlands, how they were formed, and their major characteristics. The authors identify 111 wetland sites that are accessible to the public. For each site, ...
Critical areas map: Oil spill vulnerability index for the Houston Ship Channel/upper Galveston Bay area.
(Espey, Huston, and Associates, Incorporated, n.d.)
These maps include the following color-coded information: wave-cut scarps, sea walls and revetments; non-wetland vegetated habitats; fine-grained sand beaches; manmade structures (dock facilities, marinas, piers, etc.); ...