Now showing items 1-20 of 52

  • Atlas of water balance computations for 48 Texas coastal zone stations, 1941-1970. 

    University of Texas at Austin. Atmospheric Science Group (University of Texas at Austin, Atmospheric Science Group., 1978)
    No abstract available
  • Coastal Fisheries project report, 1974 

    Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1974)
    This report is a collection of 4 papers covering the projects by the Coastal Fisheries Division of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for the year of 1974.
  • Coastal Hydrographic and Meteorological Study 

    Martinez, A.Rudy (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1968)
    Hydrographic and climatological data collected in the field and taken from publications are presented in this report. Rainfall totals along the Texas coast were 30 percent higher in 1968 than in 1967 with the heaviest ...
  • Coastal Hydrographic and Meteorological Study 

    Martinez, A.Rudy (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1971)
    Hydrographic and meteorlogical data for Texas bays, including Galveston, were collected in the field and taken from publications. Salinity patterns varied along the coast in relation to rainfall distribution, but in general ...
  • Coastal Hydrographic and Meteorological Study 

    Martinez, A.Rudy (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1966)
    Rainfall, river runoff, tide, salinity, water temperature, siltation and habitat modifications were measured in each Texas bay area, including Galveston Bay. This study was characterized by near average salinities, a ...
  • Coastal Hydrographic and Meteorological Study 

    Martinez, Rudy (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1966)
    Hydrographic and climatological data for Texas bays collected in the field and taken from publications are presented in this report. Rainfall was 29 % higher in 1966 than in 1965, with heaviest rainfall occurring in May. ...
  • Coastal Hydrographic and Meteorological Study, 1969-1970 

    Martinez, A.Rudy (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1969-70)
    Hydrographic and meteorlogical data collected in the field and taken from publications are presented in the report. River flow measurements were available for six major rivers entering coastal bay areas in 1969 and three ...
  • Coastal hydrological and meteorological study, 1974 

    Martinez, A.Rudy (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1974)
    Rainfalls totals averaged 31.88% (15.50 inches) lower in 1974 than in 1973, with lowest rainfall occurring in February and April. Salinities varied from the upper to lower coast due to different rainfall distribution, but ...
  • Correlation of rainfall with the Texas catch of white shrimp, Penaeus setiferus (Linnaeus). 

    Hildebrand, H.H.; Gunter, G. (, 1952)
    The young of the white shrimp, Penaeus setiferus (Linnaeus), grow up in estuarine waters, the salinity of which is governed by rainfall. The Texas shrimp fishery was well started by 1927. From that time until 1936, catches ...
  • The culture of black drum (Pogonias cromis) in cages receiving effluent from a power plant. 7. Annu. Meet. World Mariculture Society; San Diego, CA (USA); 25 Jan 1976 

    Holt RS; Straw K Ayles GB; Brett JR (, 1976 197)
    Black drum (P. cromis) were cultured from 17 June 1974, until 15 May 1975, in 0.16 m SUP-3 cylindrical cages in the plant intake water and in heated effluent at stations 1, 2, and 3 located increasing distances from the ...
  • Data on fresh-water inflow April 14 - July 28, 1973, for analog-model study of the Houston Ship Channel, Houston, Texas. 

    Heinrich, C.A.; Ranzau, C.E., Jr. (U.S. Geological Survey., 1974)
    Total freshwater inflow from surface channels and from direct precipitation on water surfaces into the Houston Ship Channel and Galveston Bay were determined for a model study of Houston Ship Channel, Houston, Texas. Daily ...
  • Environmental Geologic Atlas of the Texas Coastal Zone - Galveston-Houston Area 

    University of Texas at Austin Bureau of Economic Geology; Groat, C.G.; Brown, L.F. Jr.; McGowen, J.H.; Fisher, W.L. (University of Texas at Austin, 1972)
    The Coastal Zone, defined from the inner Continental Shelf to about 40 miles inland, includes all estuaries and tidally influenced streams and bounding wetlands. For purposes of presentation, the Zone was divided into seven ...
  • Extreme Precipitation Depths for Texas, excluding the Trans-Pecos Region 

    Lanning-Rush, Jennifer, William H. Asquith and Raymond M. Slade, Jr. (Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services, 1998)
    The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation, conducted a study of extreme precipitation depths for various durations and storm areas for Texas, excluding the Trans-Pecos region. ...
  • Flood plain information, Dickinson Bayou, Dickinson, Texas. 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1968)
    Flooding of Dickinson Bayou, Dickinson, Texas is described in a report of flood plain problems based on records of rainfall, runoff, and historical and present flood heights. Maps, photographs, profiles, and cross sections ...
  • Frequency and areal distribution of tropical storm rainfall in the United States coastal region on the Gulf of Mexico. 

    U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. (, 1968)
    Rainfall within 150 mi of the storm track and 100 mi inside the coastline during the period 24 hr before landfall to 24 hr after are discussed.
  • Hydrologic data for the Salt Bayou estuary near Sabine Pass, Texas, October 1984 to March 1986. 

    Fisher, J.C. (, 1988)
    The Salt Bayou estuary, located in extreme Southeast Texas near Sabine Pass, Texas has been altered by construction of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. The waterway has interrupted the historical saltwater-freshwater ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    Texas Game and Fish Commission. (, 1959)
    Total rainfall for 1958 equaled or exceeded the record mean at most points in the Gulf Coast region. The Lower Valley received the highest rainfall total since 1887. Good rainfall distribution over the coast resulted in ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    Texas Game and Fish Commission. (, 1958)
    Total annual precipitation for 1957 was about or above normal for the Gulf Coast region. Fresh surface water was abundant over all the coast except along the lower half were some shortage did occur late in the year. Good ...
  • Inventory of migrant species. 

    Irby, H.D. (, 1960)
    Total rainfall for 1959 equaled or exceeded the record mean at most points on the Texas Gulf Coast with the exception of the extreme southern tip. There was an early season increase in waterfowl populations and a late ...
  • Inventory of migrant waterfowl. 

    Singleton, J.R. (, 1961)
    Total rainfall for the 1960 spring and summer growing season equaled or exceeded that for the total year of 1959. Food production was good to excellent in most areas of the state. Fall and winter rains resulted in a ...