1997 Annual Report of the Environmental Institute of Houston: The University of Houston Clear Lake and the University of Houston, Houston, Texas
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Waste load evaluation for the Houston Ship Channel system: segment 1001 - San Jacinto River Tidal, Segment 1005 - Lower Houston Ship Channel, Segment 1006 - Upper Houston Ship Channel, Segment 1007 - Houston Ship Channel Turning Basin, Segment 2426 - Tabbs Bay, Segment 2427 - San Jacinto Bay, Segment 2428 - Black Duck Bay, Segment 2429 - Scott Bay, Segment 2430 - Burnett Bay, Segment 2436 - Barbours Cut. Draft. Texas Department of Water Resources, Construction Grants & Water Quality Management Division. (Texas Department of Water Resources, Construction Grants & Water Quality Management Division., 1982)This waste load evaluation was developed pursuant to Section 35.1521-4(a) of Title 40 of the 1981 Code of Federal Regulations. The purpose of this study is to define waste treatment levels that will result in the stream ...
Waste load evaluation for the Houston Ship Channel system. Segment 1001- San Jacinto River Tidal, segment 1005- Houston Ship Channel, segment 1006- Houston Ship Channel, segment 1007- Houston Ship Channel, segment 2426- Tabbs Bay, segment 2427- San Jacinto Bay, segment 2428- Black Duck Bay, segment 2429- Scott Bay, segment 2430- Burnett Bay, segment 2436- Barbours cut. Draft: Subject to revision. Texas Department of Water Resources (Texas Department of Water Resources, 1983)A waste load evaluation has been prepared for the Houston Ship Channel system which is comprised of the San Jacinto River Tidal (Segment 1001), the Lower Houston Ship Channel (Segment 1005), the Upper Houston Ship Channel ...
Intensive survey of the Houston Ship Channel system: segment 1001-San Jacinto River tidal, segment 1005-Houston Ship Channel/San Jacinto River, segment 1006-Houston Ship Channel, segment 1007-Houston Ship Channel/Buffalo Bayou, segment 1013-Buffalo Bayou tidal, segment 1014-Buffalo Bayou above tidal, segment 2421-Upper Galveston Bay, segment 2426-Tabbs Bay, segment 2427-San Jacinto Bay, segment 2428-Black Duck Bay, segment 2429-Scott Bay, segment 2430-Burnett Bay, segment 2436-Barbours Cut, July 9-11, 1984: hydrology, field measurements, water chemistry, sediment chemistry Kirkpatrick, J.S. (Texas Water Commission, 1987)An intensive survey of the Houston Ship Channel (HSC) system, consisting of the San Jacinto River tidal (Segment 1001), the lower HSC and San Jacinto River (Segment 1004), the middle HSC (Segment 1006), lower Buffalo Bayou ...