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Abundance and Associations of Epibenthic Crustacea in the Western Gulf of Mexico
(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1984-07)
Samples of epibenthic invertebrates collected by trawling in the nortwestern Gulf of Mexico were analyzed for species identification and abundance. Crustacean species were far more common and abundant than the echinoderms ...
Executive summary - ecological effects of the Houston Lighting and Power Company Cedar Bayou generating station on the environments of Trinity Bay and vicinity. Final Report.
(Southwest Research Institute, 1980)
The mission of the present analysis and report is to determine if the discharge of cooling waters from the Cedar Bayou station has had a detrimental impact on the flora and fauna of the receiving waters. All statements ...
Ecology of open - bay bottoms of Texas: a community profile
(U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Research and Development, National Wetlands Research Center, 1987)
Open-bay bottoms represent one of the most extensive habitats in any estuarine system, especially in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico estuaries of Texas. Seven major estuarine systems are found here (Sabine Lake, Galveston ...