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Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (Section 216) Sargent Beach, Texas Feasibility Report and Final Environmental Impact Statement
(United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1992-02)
The report presents the findings of a feasibility-level study to determine the degree of Federal interest in maintaining the navigability of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (GIWW) in the vicinity of Sargent Beach, Texas. ...
The potential for biological effects of sediment-sorbed contaminants tested in the National Status and Trends Program.
(U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1990)
No abstract available
Impacts of management decisions.
(Texas Water Development Board and Texas Water Resources Institute, 1991)
Impacts of management decisions can be broadly classified into three categories: economic costs and benefits; societal goals; and risks. Research provides the general framework for economic analysis as well as site-specific ...
Houston-Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas: Bolivar Roads to Mile 10, contaminant assessment
(Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995)
The Contaminant Subcommittee of the Houston-Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas project decided that an evaluation of the contaminant potential of the maintenance material from the Bolivar Roads to Mile 10 reach of the ...
Trans-Texas Water Program: southeast area: draft memorandum: water conservation
(Brown & Root, Inc., 1998)
This memorandum analyzes the viability of implementing a water conservation management technique. It discusses expected conservation, advanced water conservation measures, water supply and availability with advanced ...
Toxic discharges into the Houston ship channel during 1988
(Galveston Bay Foundation, 1992)
The Galveston Bay system is the largest estuary along the Texas coast, covering 600 square miles and accounting for over 30 percent of the Texas coastal fish harvest. The land surrounding the bay supports the largest ...
Always a river. Supplemental environmental education curriculum on the Ohio river and water, grades K-12
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, 1991)
This report is a series of interactive hands-on activities, supported by background information, designed to engage students of all grade levels in investigating the Ohio River and its importance to the states through which ...
Aquaculture: Managing the environmental impacts on Galveston Bay
(Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1993)
Aquaculture is the most rapidly expanding form of agriculture (20%/yr) in the United States (Treece, 1992). Aquaculture in Texas has lagged behind that of other southern states (e.g., Mississippi and Louisiana), but recent ...
Attacking Bay Problems.
No abstract available
Shrimp farms: The next threat to Galveston Bay
(Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1999)
Shrimp mariculture has migrated up the Texas coast and now threatens Galveston Bay. This activity poses three major threats to the health of the Galveston Bay ecosystem: (1) degradation of water quality, (2) the potential ...