Bay Briefings - Spills, Fills, and Dumping

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Show simple item record Galveston Bay Estuary Program en_US
dc.contributor.editor en_US
dc.contributor.other en_US 2010-02-15T17:41:09Z 2010-02-15T17:41:09Z 2006 en_US
dc.description 1 page; available for download at the link below. en_US
dc.description.abstract Spills related to industry and shipping are often thought to be the most common and the most dangerous to the environment. However, sensitive habitats and wildlife populations can be harmed as much by the improper disposal of trash as by the spilling of oil and other chemicals. In addition to causing environmental harm, spills and illegal dumping affect the human population by contaminating seafood and by destroying the beauty of our bays and bayous. The Galveston Bay Estuary Program supports ongoing activities that reduce solid waste and prevent and respond to spills of hazardous materials. These activities include trash control, natural-resource damage assessments, and spill management. en_US
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dc.publisher Galveston Bay Estuary Program en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries 9548 en_US
dc.relation.uri en_US
dc.subject water and sediment quality; habitat protection; public health; freshwater inflow; species protection; shoreline management; spills, fills, and dumping; seafood consumption advisories en_US
dc.title Bay Briefings - Spills, Fills, and Dumping en_US
dc.type Flyer en_US Houston, TX en_US
dc.series Bay Briefings - Charting the Course to 2015 en_US
dc.vol-issue en_US
dc.geo-code Galveston Bay en_US
dc.location GBIC Circulating Collection en_US
dc.scale en_US
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dc.notes en_US en_US
dc.acquisition-src Galveston Bay Estuary Program en_US
dc.description-other en_US en_US
dc.history 8/25/06 eas en_US en_US

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