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Status and trends of wetlands and seagrasses (1956-1989) of the Galveston Bay Estuary: a GLS approach.
No abstract available
Reduction - alteration of living resources
(Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1990)
This article is about the reduction and alteration of living resources with an emphasis on habitat, salinity, and water quality and circulation.
The estuarine zone: uses and concerns.
(Texas A&M University, 1971)
An estuary is part of the coastal area known as a bay, tideflat, bayou, lagoon or marshland. The biological characteristics are summarized with the importance to certain species of fishes, marine animals, waterfowl, plants, ...
Preliminary review draft: a comprehensive report to the 63rd Texas legislature on the Coastal Resources Management Program
(Interagency Council on Natural Resources and the Environment, 1972)
Senate Current Resolution No. 38, 61st Legislature, directed the Interagency Council on Natural Resources and the Environment to conduct a comprehensive investigation and analysis of the State's coastal zone. This grew ...
Sedimentation in fluvial-deltaic wetlands and estuarine areas Texas Gulf coast. Literature Synthesis.
(University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, 1990)
Deltaic and associated alluvial areas at the mouths of rivers that discharge into the bay-estuary-lagoon system along the Texas coast are the sites of extensive salt-, brackish-, and fresh-water marshes that are essential ...
Textural and geochemical relationships in benthic sediments in three bay-estuary-lagoon systems in Texas
(Offshore Technology Conference, 1985)
Analyses of hundreds of benthic sediment samples collected as part of an extensive inventory of Texas coastal submerged lands have provided data for textural and geochemical characterization of these stems of Galveston and ...
Estuaries of the United States: Vital statistics of a national resource base
(U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1990)
This report describes briefly the Nation's estuarine resource base. It updates information presented in a number of previous NOAA reports and atlases developed through its National Estuarine Inventory (NEI) program, ...
Die-back of Phragmites australis in European wetlands: an overview of the European Research Programme on Reed Die-back and Progression (1993-1994)
Reed belts have died back in parts of central and eastern Europe during the past decades. European Research Programme on Reed Die-back and Progression (EUREED) is the organization tasked with monitoring and management of ...
Attacking Bay Problems.
No abstract available
Culture studies of Ruppia maritima L. in bicarbonate- and sucrose-based media
Cultures of the estuarine plant Ruppia maritima L. were studied in media where bicarbonate was the source of carbon and contrasted to cultures in media where sucrose was the major source. The purpose of this study was to ...