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A test of mixing-length theories in a coastal plain estuary.
No abstract available
Annotated bibliography of unpublished estuarine research in the Gulf of Mexico 1925-1959.
(Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission., 1959)
The bibliographic entries include primarily estuarine research reports from 1925-1959 that have not been circulated outside of the originating agency or have had only a limited distribution.
Flowering plants of the waters and shores of the Gulf of Mexico
(U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
The marine and strand flowering plants of the Gulf of Mexico are discussed in terms of the natural communities in which they typically grow. Throughout the Gulf a characteristic strand flora grows on exposed sandy shores ...
Biologic and hydrographic adjustment in a disturbed Gulf Coast estuary
East Bay, an arm of the Galveston Bay system of Texas, was studied during the summers of 1954, 1955, and 1956. The first study was made with the Bay in its natural state, the second investigation followed the excavation ...
Size distribution of fishes in a Texas estuary.
Analyses by histograms size distribution of croakers (Micropogon undulatus) and spot (Leiostomus xanthurus) caught by trawl in summers of 1954 (before Rollover Pass was cut through at upper end), 1955 (with pass open), and ...
Investigation of shoreline-like features in the Galveston Bay region, Texas.
(Texas A&M University, Department of Oceanography, 1956)
No abstract available
An introduction to the zoogeography of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico with reference to the invertebrate fauna.
The estuarine and neritic waters of the northern Gulf of Mexico, especially along the coasts of Texas and Louisiana, are characterized by broad ranges of environmental factors, providing conditions favorable to temperate ...
Sedimentation rates in Texas estuaries and lagoons
(American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1953)
Detailed unpublished soundings of Texas bays made by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey in the last century have been compared with recent surveys. The depth changes appear to show a reasonable relation to river ...