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Freshwater Inflow to Galveston Bay
(McFarlane & Associates, 1987)
Galveston Bay is the most productive estuary in Texas. The Trinity River provides one-half of the freshwater inflow and nutrients, and a substantial amount of the sediment, which reaches Galveston Bay. The Lake Livingston ...
Evaluation of Certain Toxic Substances in Segment 0804 of the Trinity River
(Trinity River Authority of Texas, 1986-07)
The purpose of this task is to determine the occurrence, nature and significance of toxic subtances, particularly regarding impacts on the biological community, in Segment 0804 of the Trinity River. Above and beyond this ...
Intensive Survey of the Trinity River Segment 0805 July 1983
(Texas Department of Water Resources, 1984-09)
An intensive water quality survey was conducted on the Trinity River (Segment 0805) on July 11-15, 1983. Twenty-six mainstream stations, nine tributary stations, and six dischargers were sampled. Stream width ranged from ...
The Trinity River, Texas: A Case Study of the Limits of Waste-Load Evaluation
(National Symposium on Water Quality, 1989)
The Trinity River flows through the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and the agricultural downstream. The river is dominated by surface run-off. The semiarid North Texas climate changes from seasons of intense convective ...