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    • Trinity-San Jacinto estuary: a study of the influence on freshwater inflows. Draft report. 

      Texas Department of Water Resources (Texas Department of Water Resources, 1979)
      The provision of sufficient freshwater inflow to Texas bays and estuaries is an important factor in sustaining estuarine productivity, and a factor contributing to the near-shore fisheries productivity of the Gulf of Mexico. ...
    • Trinity-San Jacinto Estuary: economic impact of recreational activity and commercial fishing. 

      Fesenmaier, D.R.; Um, S.; Roehl, W.S.; Mills, A.S.; Ozuna, T., Jr.; Jones, L.L.; Guajard, Q. (Texas A&M University, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1987)
      This report conducts the first study reviewing the economic impact from recreational activity and commercial fishing. Indicators are identified and data collected to determine the economic impact. This report is one in a ...
    • Triploid grass carp for aquatic plant control 

      Clugston, J.P.; Shireman, J.V. (, 1987)
      Triploid grass carp are used to control aquatic vegetation when that vegetation is considered to be a nuisance to humans. Grass carp are herbivorous and their triploid chromosome state should render them sterile. ...
    • Trophic interrelationships of selected fishes on the continental shelf of the northern Gulf of Mexico 

      Rogers, Robert Merrill, Jr. (Texas A&M University, 1977)
      The present study surveys the trophic interrelationships of 26 demersal fishes inhabiting the continental shelf of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Volumetric stomach content analyses were carried out on 4,550 specimens. Fishes ...
    • Tropical and temperate stranded seeds and fruits from the Gulf of Mexico. 

      Gunn, C.R.; Dennis, J.V. (, 1973)
      This article discusses the frequent strandings of buoyant tropical seeds and fruits (disseminules) on northern and western Gulf of Mexico beaches, such as Padre Island, Texas; Santa Rosa Island, Florida; northward along ...
    • Tropical cyclones of the North Atlantic Ocean, 1871-1986. 

      Neumann, C.J. (U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Weather Service., 1987)
      This paper presents North Atlantic tropical cyclone tracks and certain basic statistical summaries. A detailed analysis of the tracks was not attempted. This is a departure from Cry (23) who includes a considerable amount ...
    • Tropical inshore plankton systems. 

      Marsh, J.A. (The Conservation Foundation, 1974)
      No abstract available
    • The tropospheric transport of pollutants and other substances to the oceans. 

      Workshop on the Tropospheric Transport of Pollutants to the Ocean, 1975, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (National Academy of Sciences, 1978)
      Marine scientists have becoming increasingly concerned over the possible effects of pollutants in the marine environment. Concern is aroused as much by the lack knowledge about pollutants and their effects in, and over, ...
    • Troubled waters. 

      Barth, L. (, 1991)
      No abstract available
    • The Tunicata of the Gulf of Mexico 

      VanName, Willard G. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
      The systematics and zoogeography of the North and South American Ascidiacea is evaluated. Descriptions and illustrations are provided of the various species comprising this class, including those occurring along the Gulf ...
    • Turning the Tide on Trash. A Learning Guide on Marine Debris 

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1992)
      Turning the Tide on Trash: A Learning Guide on Marine Debris is an interdisciplinary guide designed to provide maximum flexibility in the classroom. The guide can be used as a stand alone teaching tool, or individual ...
    • Turning the tide: America's coasts at a crossroads 

      (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service, 1997)
      NOAA's State of the Coast Project offers information about topics related to the use and preservation of natural resources in our Nation's coastal areas. It is a focal point for exchange of ideas among those responsible ...
    • Turning the tide: saving the Chesapeake Bay. 

      Horton, T. (Center for Resource Economics/Island Press., 1991)
      An excellent health examination for a human is more than a compilation of the body's vital signs; and so must assessing the health of Chesapeake Bay extend to more than examining water quality. The state of the bay is ...
    • Turning to the Sea: American's Ocean Future 

      (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration, Office of Public and Constituent Affairs, 1999)
      A report for the Cabinet to the President recommending a coordinated, disciplined, long-term federal ocean policy.
    • Turtle excluder device regulations in Texas: some commonly asked questions. 

      Texas A&M Sea Grant College Program. (Texas A&M Sea Grant College Program., n. d.)
      A TED is a Turtle Excluder Device. Its purpose is to release sea turtles and other large objects from the trawl while allowing the smaller shrimp to pass through openings in the TED into the cod end of the trawl. Regulations ...
    • Turtles of the United States. 

      Ernst, C.H.; Barbour, R.W. (University of Kentucky., 1972)
      This is an excellent guide to the turtles of the United States including detailed descriptions, distribution maps, identification keys and photographs, many in color.
    • Twin cable-stayed Houston Ship Channel Bridge 

      Svensson HS (, 1999)
      The Houston Ship Channel crossing is the first cable-stayed bridge with two superstructures. Its total deck area of about 32.800 m<sup>2</sup> makes it one of the largest cable-stayed bridges to date. The cable-stayed ...
    • Twin decks hang from Houston's double diamonds 

      Green P (McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 1994 Mar 2)
      Discusses the problems facing Williams Brothers Construction Co., which is constructing a cable-stayed bridge over the Houston Ship Channel. Expected date of project's completion; Description of bridge's engineering; Testing ...
    • Two Invasive Mussels in the Genus Perna in the Gulf of Mexico 

      Hicks, David W., Robert F. McMahon, and Debra A. Ingrao (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 2001)
      The bivalve genus, Perna (Bivalvia: Mytilacea), includes three extant species; P. perna (the brown mussel), P. viridis (the green mussel), and P. canaliculus (the green-lipped mussel) (Siddall 1980). The subtropical, marine, ...