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  • Aerial Photographic Survey of Texas Gulf Passes 

    Leary, Terrance R. (Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1959)
    No abstract available.
  • Assessment of Produced Water Impacts in the Galveston Bay System 

    Carr, R.S.; Howard, C.L.; Cain, B.W.; Roach, R.W. (United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 1993)
    This study provides a general assessment of any adverse environmental effects resulting from tidal disposal of produced waters by: 1) documenting any alterations to the benthic macroinvertebrate communities; 2) physically ...
  • Atlas of Estuarine Resources 

    Texas Game and Fish Commission Marine Laboratory (Texas Game and Fish Commission Marine Laboratory, 1961)
    The Texas atlas, compiled by the Coastal Fisheries staff and reproduced with the cooperation of personnel of the Galveston Biological Laboratory of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is presented here.
  • Charting the Course to 2015 

    Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2009)
    Laid out in the pages of this document is what we have identified as the most urgent priorities for implementing our management plan over the next 10 years and for building lasting partnerships necessary to sustain the ...
  • Eighth Biennial State of the Bay Symposium Conference Materials 

    Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2007)
    Packet includes abstracts and bios of poster presentations, participant list, and exhibitor list.
  • Galveston Bay 

    Antrobus, Sally (Texas A&M University Press, 2005)
    This is intended as a celebration of Galveston Bay. Along much of its shore just getting to the edge can be difficult because the waterway is boxed in by a large population center with a major port and an enormous concentration ...
  • Galveston Bay Drive & Discover 

    Galveston Bay Foundation; Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Galveston Bay Foundation, 2005)
    The ways people have used our estuary's habitats have changed significantly over time, and these changes have been inscribed upon and around the Bay. The Drive & Discover Guide documents some of these changes and their ...
  • Galveston Bay Indicators Project 

    Houston Advanced Research Center; Geotechnology Research Institute (Houston Advanced Research Center, 2005-05)
    The purpose of the Galveston Bay Indicators Project is to identify quantitative measures that meet certain criteria and summarize significant portions of the data relevant to the health of Galveston Bay. The information ...
  • Galveston Bay Project Hydraulic Model User's Manual 

    Chen, Richard; Hays, A.J. Jr.; Ward, G.H. Jr.; Hembree, L.A. Jr. (Tracor, Inc., 1974-04)
    The principal objective in writing this detailed user's manual is to provide both the estuarine modeling specialist and non-specialist alike with sufficient information with which to exercise the Galveston Bay Project (GBP) ...
  • Galveston Bay Project Task III-B: Alternative Corrective Measures 

    Bernard Johnson, Incorporated (Bernard Johnson, Incorporated, 1974-09)
    Several alternative corrective measures have been investigated to improve the water quality within the Galveston Bay Study Area. Each of these corrective measures is discussed in detail within the text of this report.
  • A new perspective on nature 

    Cappiello, Dina (Houston Chronicle, 2005-07-15)
  • Point Source Pollution Management in Galvestion Bay 

    Seidlitz, Stacy Kay (University of Texas at Austin, 1992)
    No abstract available. Item not held by GBIC or TAMUG.
  • Preserving Galveston Bay 

    Galveston Bay National Estuary Program; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989)
    No abstract available.
  • Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial State of the Bay Symposium; what is needed to sustain our estuary? 

    Unknown author (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2009-01-12)
    The Galveston Bay Estuary Program, a non-regulatory program administered by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and its partners work together to implement tThe Galveston Bay Plan, a 20-year, science-based plant ...
  • The Quiet Invasion 

    Gonzalez, Lisa; Christoffersen, Bradley (Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2006)
    This field guide is intended to help homeowners, land managers, and gardeners living in the Lower Galveston Bay Watershed (Harris, Galveston and surrounding counties) recognize invasive plants, understand the impacts of ...
  • Soundings 

    Galveston Bay Foundation (Galveston Bay Foundation, 1989)
    This is the newsletter for the Galveston Bay Foundation. Begun in 1989 with volume 1 issue 1 being called Newsletter. Next issues as "Soundings" or "Bay Soundings". Many individual items are cited here in the Bibliography ...
  • "Strawman" Draft - Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan for Galveston Bay 

    Galveston Bay National Estuary Program (Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1992-08)
    This "Strawman" document serves as an initial working outline for the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) for Galveston Bay. Its purpose is to facilitate development and review of problem-solving initiatives ...
  • Supporting Models User's Manual for the Galveston Bay Project 

    Ward, George H.; Taylor, Ron (Tracor, 1974-04)
    The manual is intended to provide the user with sufficient information to understand basically the operation, application, and limitations of the following models: 1) Dynamic water quality model for the Galveston Bay system ...
  • Survey of Salt Water Sports Fishing in Galveston and Trinity Bays - Analysis of Populations of Sports and Commercial Fin-Fish and of Factors Which Affect These Populations in the Coastal Bays of Texas 

    More, W. R. (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1965)
    A partial survey of the sport fishery was conducted in a 412 square mile area of Galveston, East Galveston, and Trinity Bays during the summer and fall of 1963 and the spring of 1964. Fisherman interviews and aerial boat ...
  • TDH Study Shows Fish, Crabs From Most of Galveston Bay Safe to Eat 

    Texas Department of Health (Texas Department of Health, 2001-10-25)
    No abstract available.