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Interim Report of the Senate Committee to Study Texas Beaches 65th Legislature
(Texas Legislature Senate Committee to Study Texas Beaches, 1979-01)
At the heart of this report are the fourteen specific recommendations which the committee adopted unanimously. These suggestions, if implemented, will aid in protecting the state's free public beaches for future generations ...
Law of the Sea: Floating Monopoly Game Phase II
(Texas Coastal and Marine Council, 1975)
This pamphlet attempts to put the conference in perspective, describing the BC (Before Caracas), DC (During Caracas) and AC (After Caracas) aspects of Law of the Sea.
Staff Report and Recommendations on Fisheries, Hurricane-Resistant Building Standards, Natural Hazards, and Disaster Preparedness
(Texas Coastal and Marine Council, 1978)
No abstract available
Public Support for Coastal Zone Management Programs: The Implementation of the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972
(National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration Office of Coastal Zone Management, 1978)
This study identifies and analyzes problems in the management of coastal resources and makes a number of policy recommendations. The Committee also intends to assist policy makers by (1) forming a task force to monitor ...
Elite Attitudes toward Marshlands in South Carolina
(South Carolina Sea Grant, 1977)
The major purpose [of this study] was to go beneath the acrimonious debate in the mass media and on the floor of the legislature to consider systematically the opinions, information levels, and perceptions of decision-making ...
Law of the Sea: Floating Monopoly Game
(Texas Law Institute of Coastal and Marine Resources, 1974-05)
To highlight some of the important issues of the forthcoming conference a symposium co-sponsored by the Texas Coastal and Marine Council and the Texas Juridical Isntitute was held in Houston recently. "What is Texas' stake ...
Improving Energy Efficiency - The Role of Public Policy
(Columbia University, 1978)
The report which follows is the result of the deliberations of 65 Americans from the worlds of business, labor, education, journalism, government, the legal (bench and bar) and other professions. They came from 20 states ...
"Not On My Block You Don't" - Facilities Siting and the Strategic Importance of Compensation
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology Laboratory of Architecture and Planning, 1977-03)
An important failing of current practice in siting locally noxious facilities is the strategic problem which results from failure to pay compensation to neighbors who suffer costs (loss in property values or less measurable ...